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FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

4. PROJECT TITLE

LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, ARKANSAS

CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY 5. PROGRAM ELEMENT 6. CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER 8. PROJECT COST (S000)

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10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION
A new pre-engineered metal building complete, special fire suppression
system, utilities and necessary support built on an existing reinforced
foundation with floor slab. Includes corrosion control treatment, admin-
istrative and mechanical space.
11. REQUIREMENT : 23,800 SF ADEQUATE: 0

SUBSTANDARD: 0
PROJECT: Construction of a new covered corrosion control facility on an
existing aircraft washrack pad to allow indoor cleaning and preventive
maintenance of aircraft.
REQUIREMENT: Corrosion control is an essential part of the Air Force
aircraft maintenance program. 'It provides for early detection and correc-
tion of corrosion problems before they can assume major proportions. A
properly configured facility is required to enable all-weather, year round
and daily accomplishment of this vital function on assigned C-130 and
KC-135 aircraft. The facility must be well ventilated to assure the
safety and health personnel engaged in this hazardous work which
involves the use of toxic inflammable chemicals and paints.
CURRENT SITUATION: There are no corrosion control facilities on base.
This important function is being performed on an open wash rack and/or
parking ramp. The uncontrolled environment results in adverse effects.
The wind blows chemicals to undesired areas of the aircraft and dries them
þefore they can be completely rinsed off. Foreign particles (dust,
grease, oil, etc.) increases air flow drag, promotes corrosion, changes
palance and slows dissipation of heat from engines.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: This function will continue on the open ramp sub-
pect to adverse impact by weather conditions.

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ESTIVATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE WITHIN TEB
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740-674 Gymnasium

29,850 SF 3,700 Sep 79 May 82 Subtotal-Major Construction

3,700 610-286 Alter Telecommunications

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510 Oct 81 Feb 82 Center (See Page 64), 442-257 OSH-Hazardous Materiál

5,000 SF 510 Apr 81 Feb 82 Storage Facility (See Page 63) 610-711 Alter Data Processing

9,900 SF 850 Nov 81 Jun 82 Facility (See Page 64) Subtotal-Minor Construction (Specified)

1,870 Total

5,570 9. Future Projects: (a) Included in Following Program (FY 84): 211-193 Sound Suppressor Support

1,100 Facility 510-411 Air Force clinic

33,000 SF 7,800 721-312 Alter Unaccompanied En

476 PN 4,400 listed Personnel Housing 740-618 officers Open Mess

27,800 SF 3,626 Total

16,926 (b) Typical Planned Next Three Years: 111-111 Extend Runway

2,000 LF 6,209 10. Mission or Major Functions: Support of two Military Airlift Wings, one active and one reserve associate, a TAC Fighter Interceptor Squadron, the 5th Air Division Headquarters and a Semi-automatic Ground Environment |(SAGE) Direction Center.

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10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION
Reinforced concrete footings and floor slab, ma sonry walls, structural
steel frame and roof system with gravel built-up roof and solar-heated
domestic hot water and heat. Utilities and necessary support. Includes
gymnasium, handball courts, exercise and locker rooms, latrines, admin-
istrative, mechanical and storage space.

REQUIREMENT: 50,250 ADEQUATE: 20,400 SF SUBSTANDARD: 0 PROJECT: Construction of a new base gymnasium. REQUIREMENT : Adequate gymnasium facilities for both male and female personnel assigned to McChord AFB. Two existing gymnasiums were constructed in 1942 and 1943. Metal exterior siding installed in 1963 has been the only alteration. Any addition to the present structures is impractical because of cost, age, and internal configuration. Base military population, which now exceeds 5,000 personnel is the overriding factor supporting the need for an additional gymnasium. CURRENT SITUATION: The size and configuration of the existing two gyms severely limit their capability to support a diversified physical conditioning and sports program. Judo, wrestling and boxing cannot be conducted due to limitations of space. Athletic activities available to female military personnel are greatly restricted because limited latrine/locker room facilities prevent concurrent use. Demand for the two unofficial sized handball/racquet courts is so great that reservations must be made three days in advance. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Overcrowded shower/locker rooms, curtailment of competitive sports programs, lack of separate women's shower/dressing rooms will continue as significant deficiencies.

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