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NUBBER OF ADDITIONAL PEPSONNEL NEC555.127 TO 2:227 CT
ESITSIED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AVATE
100 Jul 82
F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITE THIS PROJECT WEICE IL SE
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FY 19.83 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete footings and floor slab, metal panel walls, structural steel frame and roof system with gravel built-up roof. Utilities and necessary support. Includes firefighting vehicle stalls, technical services, fire extinguisher maintenance, general purpose/squadrons, sleeping quarters, kitchen, communications, administration, mechanical and storage areas. IT. REQUIREMENT: 18,415 SF ADEQUATE: 3,870 SF SUBSTANDARD: 8,850 SF PROJECT: Add to and alter crash fire station. REQUIREMENT: Indoor parking is required for major crash/structural fire Fighting vehicles to protect equipment from weather, reduce maintenance and insure emergency response. Adequate space must be provided to train both fire fighting personnel and base personnel responsible for fire prevention procedures. Crash Station is manned 24 hours per day, and adequate living and administrative areas are required. CURRENT SITUATION: The present flightline Crash Station is inadequate for
housing equipment. Some vehicles must be parked outside and continually be exposed to the weather. This location has an average of 230 days per year with rain or snowfall resulting in increased corrosion, electrical problems hard starting and consequent slower response. Adequate Classroom area to maintain fire fighting and lifesaving skill of personnel
is not provided. Storage space for clothing, equipment, and supplies is not provided. Existing administrative and living areas are inadequate to support assigned personnel. This project will provide five new vehicle stalls, and adequate training, administrative and storage areas. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Vehicles will continue to deteriorate and increase maintenance costs and vehicle down times. Delays in response could result in loss of life, aircraft and Real Property.
FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
RAF UPPER HEYFORD UNITED KINGDOM
5. PROJECT NUMBER
ADD TO AND ALTER FIRE STATION
ADDITIONAL: This work is in excess of NATO infrastructure criteria and therefore is ineligible for NATO funding.
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F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATD WITH THIS PROJECT WEICS IL
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FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete footings and floor slab, masonry walls, steel joists with built-up roof, utilities and necessary support. Includes activity and dining/multipurpose rooms. Also entry/reception, bookkeeping, food service, laundry, administration, storage, maintenance, and playground areas. 11. REQUIREMENT: 10,500 SF ADEQUATE: 0 SF SUBSTANDARD: 5,060 SF PROJECT: Construct a child care center to replace an unsuitable substandard facility. REQUIREMENT : A child care center is required to provide care to dependents of assigned military personnel. CURRENT SITUATION: The existing child care center is a converted warehouse that was constructed some 41 years ago. The construction is totally unsuitable for the purpose for which it is being used. The floor area is inadequate for the number of children who's parents desire to use the facility and contains numerous fire and safety deficiencies.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Parents desiring to leave their children for care will continue to use a substandard, inadequately sized facility. Because of its current size, some parents will be denied use of the facility. ADDITIONAL: Nonappropriated funds 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 operation of the facility.