MILITARY


MARINE CORPS SUPPORT FACILITY (MARRESFOR)
New Orleans, LA


MEP/FP and Civil Engineering Services were provided to the US Marine Corps for the renovation of the Marine Corps (Marresfor) Support Facility. The renovation of the Marine Corps (Marresfor) Support Facility included 200,000 SF of a 500,000 SF facility. The renovations spanned 4 of the 6 floors in the building encompassing a new central chilled water and electrical plant. In addition, complete design of air handling systems, incorporating IAQ standards, and electrical distribution of the 200,000 SF area was provided.


NAVAL AIR STATION NEW ORLEANS (NASNO)
New Orleans, LA


MEP/FP and Civil Engineering Services were provided. This project totally gutted an existing F-15 hangar and added support space. The hangar is designed to perform maintenance on six F-15’s at the same time. All electrical and HVAC systems were demolished and replaced. An AFFF fire suppression system was added. The main hangar doors were refurbished. The two-story addition included offices, support spaces, and a four position F-18 fighter hangar. Estimated construction cost is $6.5 million.


ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE
Warner Robins, GA


MEP/FP Engineering Services were provided for the Aircraft Painting Facility. The Aircraft Painting Facility includes temperature/humidity controls ventilating at 550,000-CFM, a water wall filtration system with centrifugal spark proof fans, high-pressure steam absorption chilled water generator, controls including computerized monitoring system and overall facility expansion.

Services were also provided for the C-141 Corrosion Control Facility. The facility created a controlled environment for the painting of C-141 aircrafts. Design included temperature/humidity controls, ventilation at a rate of 550,000-cfm to maintain proper velocity to allow paint overspray to be carried to filter system, exhaust and filter system, refrigeration through a high-pressure steam absorption chilled water generator, control system to the base computerized monitory system.


FORT BRAGG
Fort Bragg, NC


MEP/FP Engineering Services were provided for various facilities at Fort Bragg. The Aviation Support Facility includes four helicopter hot-point refueling control station and aprons, 600 feet of taxiways and 12,000 SF of apron area, a 260,000 gallon fuel storage farm, pumped dispensing facility for jet fuel and AVGAS, two 4,000 SF support buildings, hydrant fueling system, and site grading/drainage. The Fort Bragg Vehicle Maintenance Shop is a 38,000 SF, 20 acre facility that includes site development, utilities, 4 lane highway, fuel storage, vehicle hardstand, crypto vault and security installation.


COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY (CACTF)
Camp Shelby – Camp Shelby, MS


MEP/FP Engineering and Technology Infrastructure Design Services were provided. The Combined Arms Collective Training Facility is an operational and training facility for OPA target systems. This training facility included a Range Operations facility, training shell buildings and After Action Review Facility. The facility is spread over a 60 acres site and is comprised of over 29 buildings. CACTF is designed to support heavy and light infantry, armor, artillery, and aviation positioning and maneuver.


MILITARY OPERATIONS ON URBAN TERRAIN (MOUT) FACILITY
Camp Shelby – Camp Shelby, MS


MEP/FP Engineering and Technology Infrastructure Design Services were provided. The Military Operations on Urban Terrain Facility is an operational and training facility for OPA target systems. This training facility included a Range Operations facility, training shell buildings and After Action Review Facility. The facility is spread over a 60 acres site and is comprised of over 29 buildings. MOUT is designed to support heavy and light infantry, armor, artillery, and aviation positioning and maneuver.


HUNTER ARMY AIR FIELD
Savannah, GA


MP/FP Engineering Services were provided for the Tactical Equipment Shop and Facilities buildings at Hunter Army Air Field. The Tactical Equipment Shop and Facilities buildings at Hunter Army Air Field is a 10,347 SF facility including 4 large bays with overhead exhaust, storage and dispensing of automotive fuel, an 8,000-gallon diesel fuel storage tank, a 2,000-gallon leaded gasoline fuel storage tank, a waste oil dumping station, wash racks, outdoor service and oil hoses, maintenance pads through an oil water separator, utilities, communications, paving and fencing.


POPE AIR FORCE BASE
Fayetteville, NC


MEP/FP Engineering Services were provided. Our scope at Pope Air Force Base included: a new hydrant fueling system. The design included two 10,000 BBL operating tanks, 6,000 feet of 18″ steel fuel piping, three 1,200 GPM pumps, pump shelter, and operations building including a system of automatic and emergency controls, surge protection, cathodic protection, estimating, and electrical designs.


BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE
Shreveport, LA


MEP/FP and Civil Engineering Services were provided. Our scope at Barksdale Air Force Base included: two 62,000 SF 2-position B-52 Fuel Cell hangars with support spaces for storage, repair, dispatch and offices and locker rooms, construction cost of $6.8 million each. Scope of work also included maintenance shops and administrative areas.


TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE
Fairfield, CA


MEP/FP Engineering Services were provided for the KC-10 Fuel Cell Maintenance Hangar at Travis Air Force Base. The KC-10 Fuel Cell Maintenance Hangar includes a 42,000 SF hangar, maintenance shops, 10,000 SF of dash 21 storage and a 120,000 SF concrete apron.


JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION
Jacksonville, FL


MEP/FP and Civil Engineering Services were provided. Our scope at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station included: the P-3 Maintenance Hangar with 5 aircraft bays and 12 acres of apron paving to accommodate parking for 9 P-3 aircrafts, and pavement rehabilitation of the existing runway and taxiway systems including airfield lighting.


SELFRIDGE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE
Detroit, MI


MEP/FP and Civil Engineering Services were provided for the Fuel Maintenance Systems Hagar at Selfridge Air National Guard Base. The Fuel Maintenance Systems Hangar includes 25,000 SF for KC-135 tanker, repair for fuel cells, aircraft washing, AFFF systems, ground storage tank, fire pump house, and 7,000 square yards of apron concrete paving.


EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE/HULBERT FIELD
Valparaiso, FL


MP/FP Engineering Services were provided for the Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (TEMF) buildings at Elgin Air Force Base. The Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (TEMF) buildings at Elgin Air Force Base scope included providing high temperature heating, compressed air and carbon monoxide exhaust for the motor vehicle maintenance facility. Site responsibilities included sanitary sewer, waste fuel storage, diesel and gasoline dispensing systems, oil water separator and underground, high temperature hot water distribution.


MARINE CORPS AIR STATION (MCAS)
Beaufort, SC


MEP/FP and Civil Engineering Services were provided to the US Marine Corps for the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS). The Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) includes: four 6-position FA fighter hangars. Construction costs totaled $11.1 million. Scope included engine shops, administrative areas, maintenance shops, apron additions, 400 Hertz, flight simulator, and non-destructive testing facility.


HOMESTEAD AIR FORCE BASE
Homestead, FL


MEP/FP and Civil Engineering Services were provided to the US Air Force for the renovations to Homestead Air Force Base. The renovations to Homestead Air Force Base included a 18,200 SF hangar, with: a fire protection system, 5 tons of AC, maintenance bays for 2 MH-60 helicopters, office support space for 40 personnel, shop space, training area, administration, storage and rest rooms and design of paving to connect the hangar with the flight line.


193RD INFANTRY BRIGADE
Fort Clayton, Panama


Energy Study and Energy Engineering Analysis Services were provided. TEC participated in a program for 148 buildings (3,729,000 SF) for this military group in Panama. The program produced a total of 47 study areas, of which 20 were not recommended for further consideration. Thirteen energy conservation opportunities reduced energy by 14% at a cost of $3,200,000. Eleven areas indicated an average simple payback of 0.7 years.