Final Environmental Assessment: Proposed Fire Crash Rescue Station, Hill Air Force Base, Utah
STREAMLINE CONSULTING LLC FARMINGTON UT
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Hill AFB proposes to accommodate current United States Air Force USAF missions by constructing a new fire crash rescue station to support current and future workloads, while complying with the USAF Fire Station Design Guide, National Fire Protection Association NFPA standards, and Public Entity Risk Institute guidance. The proposed fire crash rescue station and associated parking lot would be located to the north of the existing fire crash rescue station Building 9, comprising between three and four acres. Existing Building 11, approximately 75 percent of Building 9, and a storage shed Building 16 would be demolished and converted to parking to replace most of the parking displaced by the new fire crash rescue station - a net loss of 90 parking spaces would occur.
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