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FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
ESTIMATED ANAL COST TO OPERATE THE P20?05ED FCSITY.
NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARI TO CIR? CUT
C. ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE LI MALTAVE
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F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL 33
FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
Reinforced concrete foundation and floor slab, masonry walls, steel roof with built-up roofing, utilities and necessary support. Includes areas for mission preparation/debriefing and mission support.
Air Conditioning - 40 Tons II. REQUIREMENT: 47,600 SF ADEQUATE: 23,700 SF SUBSTANDARD: 18,400 SF PROJECT: Construct a F-15 Squadron Flight Operations facility. REQUIREMENT: Each flying squadron must develop, maintain, and provide current operational and training materials for flight missions planning, briefings covering flight mission profiles, in-flight meteorological data, target information and reference materials for use by assigned aircrews. A facility of proper configuration and adequate size is needed to effectively manage these vital functions and to provide proper and secure accommodations for associated administrative activities and the care and issue of flying equipment. CURRENT SITUATION: The 1st Tactical Fighter Wing is composed of three F-15 squadrons, only one of which is housed in a facility designed for squadron operations. The other two are both located in substandard converted hangar space. These facilities are not functional because of the narrow configuration of the lean-to. These facilities are located adjacent to the aircraft apron without proper sound attenuation. The lean-to's cannot be configured to provide adequate squadron operation facilities. The functional interface required for an efficient operation is hampered by the poor design of the existing facilities and the interruptions caused by the lack of an adequate work environment. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Continued operation in the existing inadequate Facilities which reduces the effectiveness of the combat crews.
NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT
ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO CPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE
ESTIVATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN TEE
F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITE THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL BE
10. DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete footings, foundations and floor slabs, ma sonry walls, structural steel frame and roof system with gravel built-up roof. Solar heated domestic hot water, utilities and necessary support. Includes bays for lubrication, inspection, general repair and replacement of major assemblies; painting, welding, upholstery, testing, cleaning and minor parts fabricat ion. Also includes material and maintenance control and analysis; dispatcher; tool, parts, and locker rooms; classrooms, administrative and mechanical areas; and open storage.
16 Tons 11.
REQUIREMENT: 35,800 SF ADEQUATE: OSF SUBSTANDARD : 48,830 SF PROJECT: Construct vehicle maintenance and administration to replace substandard facilities. REQUIREMENT: Adequate and properly equipped shop facilities are required to effectively and economically adjust, maintain and/or repair 75 different types of motor vehicles and special equipment. CURRENT SITUATION: Maintenance shops presently in use were constructed in the 1920s and 30s as warehouses. The layout necessitated by the design and location of the buildings prevents efficient workflow. An estimated 10-15% of the present direct time is lost due to the present arrangements. Traffic in the building is congested due to the lack of a drive-through capability and the tight corners which must be negotiated. The ventilation in the shop is inadequate to cope with exhaust fumes and heat during the summer months. The vehicle administration function is located in a deteriorated wooden structure approximately two miles from the maintenance buildings with the ready line storage area one block from the
FY 19 83 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA = AIR FORCE
3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, VIRGINIA
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NEHICLE MAINTENANCE COMPLEX
Administrative building. Control of vehicles and good utilization of
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