Environmental Assessment (EA): Proposed Aircraft Power Systems Repair Transformation Facility, Hill Air Force Base, Utah
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Construct an Aircraft Power Systems Repair Transformation Facility at Hill Air Force Base AFB, Utah. Hill AFB proposes to accommodate current United States Air Force USAF missions by constructing a new aircraft power systems repair transformation facility power systems facility in which to perform a greater number and variety of component level repairs of aircraft auxiliary drive engine and gearbox components. The proposed power systems facility and associated parking lot would be located in the vicinity of Building 245, comprising approximately 3.4 acres. A portion of the existing parking lot to the south of Building 245 could be removed. Building 244 could be demolished. Sixteen trees would likely be removed. The following criteria were used to assemble alternatives. The facility that accommodates the commodities maintenance groups 309 CMXG modification, repair, and maintenance functions should 1. Have sufficient space to house all of the necessary equipment and workers. 2. Be located in close proximity to Building 238 to allow efficient completion of workload. 3. Incorporate all currently-required technologies. 4. Provide security measures for the various weapon system programs. 5. Be protective of facilities, human health, and the environment.
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