Accession Number:

ADA610640

Title:

Environmental Assessment for Selected Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Projects

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

FIGHTER WING (1ST) LANGLEY AFB VA

Report Date:

2009-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

242.0

Abstract:

1st Fighter Wing 1 FW, located at Langley AFB, proposes to construct, renovate, or demolish several facilities located on Langley AFB, the Landings at Langley Housing Area, and at the Big Bethel Reservoir. Buildings to be constructed would include a new Fuels System Maintenance Hangar, a replacement for Hangar 753, an Airman Family Readiness Center, a replacement Security Forces Operations Center, two additional dorms, a Fuels Automated System Complex, an expansion and storage shed for the Low-Observable Composite Repair Facility LOCRF, a replacement Landings at Langley Child Development Center, a conference centerbait shop, an recreational vehicle RV parking area, and a ropes course. Buildings to be added to or renovated include the Landings at Langley Chapel. In total, 371,968 square feet SF would be constructed. Twenty-two buildings, totaling 263,225 SF would be demolished in conjunction with the new construction. Implementation of the Proposed Action would ensure that properly sized and configured facilities exist to support the critically important mission at Langley AFB. Alternative One would be the same as the Proposed Action except that the Security Forces Operations Center, the Airman Family Readiness Center, and the Fuels System Maintenance Hangar would be sited at different locations. In addition, Hangar 753 would undergo interior exterior renovations instead of demolition and re-construction. Implementation of Alternative One would require demolition of 28 buildings total of 268,453 SF. Under Alternative Two, all actions would be the same as under the Proposed Action except that the Security Forces Operations Center and the Family Readiness Center would be sited at different locations and Hangar 753 would undergo interior renovations only. A total of 22 buildings would be demolished total of 198,344 SF.

Subject Categories:

  • Civil Engineering

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE