Proposed Final Environmental Assessment (EA): Proposed Armament Overhaul and Test Facility, 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 an armament overhaul and test facility on Hill AFB. The proposed action includes all work necessary to construct the armament overhaul and test facility at Hill AFB. The proposed action would construct a facility large enough to house all of the required facilities for overhaul, repair, and testing for 20 millimeter mm and 30 mm guns for various aircraft systems, as well as small arms. The new facility would be constructed of reinforced concrete footings, foundation, and floor slab steel frame andor masonry bearing walls an insulated metal roof and a 20-foot high earthen berm on all sides of the gun range. The structure would house a boiler a chemical storage room phosphate plating tanks a temper etching chemical process parts cleaning and degreasing equipment a welding station a tempering oven non-destructive inspection NDI equipment a glass bead media blaster mill and lathe equipment an annealing process with cooling water a reverse osmosis unit a dry lube area a bearing repack area a hydraulic system operating at 3,000 pounds per square inch psi pressure and 60 gallons per minute gpm flow waste accumulation points secondary containment for hazardous liquids an ammunition and arms storage room and a bullet trap system.
- Structural Engineering and Building Technology
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Environmental Health and Safety