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2 DATE FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, 4 PROJECT TITLE
5 PROJECT NUMBER
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP
frame building is such that a high wind may cause its collapse. Its collapse may cause injury to personnel working in the area or damage to other facilities.
ESTI:ATED L COST TO CPERIE THE PROPOSED FACILITI....
20153 0: DDITIOXE ?2?
SEL NECESSARI TO C:12? OUT
ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE 22 WITHIN TEE
ESTIVED LIFE-C:CIE COST IO OPERATE 32 MAINTAIN THE
EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH TOIS PROJECT WHICH WILL BE
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OOSOLEILIUtk.
FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION
surge tank pressure distribution system. 11. REQUIREMENT: 4,600 KG ADEQUATE: 1,600 KG SUBSTANDARD: 0 PROJECT: Construct water supply storage and distribution system to alleviate present water shortages. REQUIREMENT: Water storage and pressure must be adequate to provide reserves for firefighting and periods when the water supply is curtailed by the Colorado River Commission (CRC). Also, an adequate supply of quality water must be available to the Lake Mead Base (Area II). CURRENT SITUATION: Nellis AFB water is supplied by CRC (75%) and base wells (25%). Because of electrical power shortages during the peak demand summer months, CRC curtails pumping to Nellis for 5 hours each day. During this period, the base wells cannot meet the demand and provide adequate supply and pressure for domestic use and firefighting despite strict conservation measures. Area II is currently relying on four wells for their water supply. Three of the four wells are contaminated with arsenic. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Existing situation will deteriorate further as CRC curtailment periods lengthen because of Las Vegas area growth. Low water pressure reduces the adequacy of fire protection and increases the chances of an uncontrolled fire. Without adequate quality water distribution to Area II, arsenic contamination is likely to eliminate the only current source of water.
ESTIGTED AT:L COST TO CPERIE TIE 7?:?052 FACILITY
ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COSI TO OPERATE 22 WITHIN TE
ESTD_TE) LIFE-C:CE COST TO 02:24TE 2 MIT IS THE
EOCTDVEST ASSOCIATED WITE TEIS PROJECT WHICH WILL 33
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PACE NO 19:7-01-3/09
7. INVENTORY DATA ($000) .. TOTAL ACREAGE (4,322) b. INVENTORY TOTAL AS OF 30 Sep 81
97,246 C. AUTHORIZATION NOT YET IN INVENTORY
1,420 D AUTHORIZATION REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM
4,880 e AUTHORIZATION INCLUDED IN FOLLOWING PROGRAM
8,310 + PLANNED IN NEXT THREE PROGRAM YEARS
17,779 EMAINING DEFICIENCY
8,041 A GRAND TOTAL
(S0001 START COMPLETE 211-000 Various Aircraft Maintenance 21,160 SF 1,400 Jul 81 Mar 82
Facilities 800-000 Energy Conservation
LS 2,220 Jun 81 Jun 82 (See Page ) Subtotal-Major Construction
3,620 214-425 Vehicle Maintenance Shop (See Page 53)
7,200 SF 400 Jul 81 Mar 82 610-711 Add/ Alter Data Processing
Jul 81 Mar 82
Facility 211-177 Small Aircraft Maintenance 39,960 SF 6,720
Dock 740-884 Add/Alter Child Care Center
500 800-000 Energy Conservation
1,472 Personnel Housing 10. Mission or Major Functions: This base hosts a tactical fighter wing of F-4 aircraft, and an air refueling squadron of KC-135 aircraft. A B-52 Bombardment Squadron will be moving out in FY 82.
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