Construct Space Innovation and Development Center (SID) at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado
Final rept. 2004-2006
CIVIL ENGINEER SQUADRON ( 5OTH) SCHRIEVER AFB CO
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This Final Environmental Assessment EA was prepared in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act NEPA of 1969, as amended. The SIDC Space Innovation and Development Center mission formerly the Space Warfare Center SWC and Space Test and Evaluation Facility STEF currently operates out of five separate facilities, including temporary facilities and a downtown facility. As a result of a mission change at the Joint National Integration Center on Schriever AFB, where the SIDC currently utilizes 75,000 square feet of space, Air Force officials determined that a new facility would be constructed for use by the SIDC. The Proposed Action is to construct a new SIDC outside of the Restricted Area near the corner of Enoch Road and Irwin Avenue. An alternative site location was considered and was assessed in the EA. This EA provides an analysis of potential environmental consequences that could result from construction of the SIDC. The EA is attached and incorporated by reference to the Finding of No Significant Impact FONSI document, which was signed on 29 March 2006.
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