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#153 OF ADDITIO.L-1 PERSOEL NECESSARI TO CIRI CUT
ESIT: 11:-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE 2) AINTAIN THE
ESTIMATED LIFE-CICLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIS TE
s 90 Dec 82
F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL BE
PREVIOUS EDITIONIS OBSOLETE IN THZ USA.
PAGE NO $u.s. G.P.O. 1977-741-130/1213 2. DATE
FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete footings and floor slab, masonry walls, steel joists with gravel built-up roof, utilities and necessary support. Includes activity and dining/multipurpose rooms, entry/ reception, bookkeeping, food service, laundry, administration, storage, maintenance, and playground areas.
Air Conditioning - 30 Tons 11. REQUIREMENT : 22,200 SF ADEQUATE: 11,700 SF SUBSTANDARD: 0 PROJECT: Construct an addition to the existing child care center to provide enough space for adequate child care. REQUIREMENT: An adequate child care center is required to support the base child care program. This program accommodates working mothers and other family circumstances requiring assistance in child care. The child care center provides for children to 12 years old and it must provide a clean, comfortable environment where children can be left on an hourly, daily or drop-in basis as required to accommodate duty hours of the working parents. CURRENT SITUATION: The capacity of the existing Child Care Center is limited by size and fire regulations to 221 children. The spaces are allotted on a monthly (65%) and hourly (35%) basis. The center currently has a waiting list of 579 children and babies for monthly care. Because of the large work load, the center is normally filled to its maximum capacity by 8:30 am. Parents in need of child care after that time must wait from 1/2 to 1 hour for a space. If more than one child is involved, often the parent cannot obtain a space for both children at the same time. Because of the limited space and disruptions caused by drop-ins, no pre-school is available for four year olds. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Dependents will not have an adequate child care center. DD
ADD TO CHILD CARE CENTER
10337 ADDITIONAL: Nonappropriated Tunds are not available for the proposed facility; the proposed center does not duplicate any adequate programs on base or in the local community; and charges to users will substantially cover the operations of the facility.
DD 40 13910
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE IN THE USAF.
ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST TO OPERATE THE 7:0:05:00-17.
39.6 ( (9000)
BEZ OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESS: IO CORTE CSI
ESTINATED 1113-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE LYS
ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE = T5
30 100 Aug 82
EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECI VEICE III 33
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE IN THE USA.
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FY 103_ MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM Air Force 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
5. AREA CONSTA
COST INDEX BOLLING AIR FORCE BASE,
MILITARY AIRLIFT DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
1.00 6 PERSONNEL
START 670-282 Administration Facility 45,000 SF 4,200 Oct 81 Jun 82 Subtotal-Major Construction
4,200 Future Projects: (a) Included in Following Program (FY 84): None
(b) Typical Planned Next Three Years: 130-841 Security Police Canine
1,080 SF 358 Kennel 10. Mission or Major Functions: Supports the Air Force Band, Office of Scientific Research, Air Force Intelligence Service, Air Force Office of Special Investigation and HQ United States Air Force.
DD, ORA 1390
PREVIOUS EDITION IS
SOLETE IN THE USAF.