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Role: Program Management, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering

Consolidated Stealth Operations and Nuclear Alert Facility

Consolidated Stealth Operations and Nuclear Alert Facility

As a sub-consultant to Premier Engineering Consultants, LLC, Yaeger Architecture Inc. was the author of and provided, a 35% level of architectural and interior design of Consolidated Nuclear Air Operations and Support Facilities (CNAOSF) at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri. This project was a task order issued through and AE Services IDIQ with the Kansas City District USACE.

Design work includes the programmatic requirements for the new construction of the 79.190 gross square foot building and all associated site work.  The building shall be a facility that consolidates functions into a single mission-focused building (CNAOSF).  The facility shall, as a minimum, include the following:  the 13th, 393rd, and 110th (ANG) Bomb Squadrons, Mission Planning, Intelligence, Scheduling, Standardization and Evaluation, Weapons, Survivability, Flight Records, Navigation, Operations briefing rooms, Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF), Weather and Airfield Operations, Alert Crew facilities and the affiliated space required to support these groups.  It is intended to be similar to an office type building in the private sector community and will have a 50-year useful life.

Site design for the CNAOSF shall include but are not limited to concrete, private-owned (POV) parking lots, concrete curb and gutters, and roadways to access the POV parking.  The design shall include utilities, electric service, exterior and security lighting, fire protection and alarm systems, trash enclosures, security fencing and gates, water, gas, sewer, storm drainage and any other site improvements necessary for a complete and functional facility.

Construction Cost Estimate:  $32,000,000

Consolidated Stealth Operations and Nuclear Alert Facility - Whiteman AFB

Type:

Military

Client:

USAF HQ AFCEC