Environmental Assessment: Construction and Operation of Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command Campus
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78th Civil Engineer Group, Optimization Branch 78 CEGCEAO has conducted an Environmental Assessment lEA to address the potential effects of construction and operation of a new Headquarters HQ Air Force Reserve Command AFRC Campus at Robins Air Force Base AFB. A new HQ AFRC Campus would consolidate personnel and facilities together into a single geographic location. Existing AFRC facilities at Robins AFB would be vacated for reuse and, in support of this effort, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center WR-ALC would relocate existing operations and units that would better serve base operations by moving to the vacated AFRC spaces. The existing HQ AFRC and select WR-ALC facilities are not adequate for their current or future functional requirements. These facilities have existing space shortfalls due to expanding mission requirements and planned reorganization efforts. AFRC and WR-ALC facilities are currently dispersed across the installation andor located off-base, impeding communications and overall efficiency of operations. AFRC has personnel located in two off-base leased facilities that are not compliant with AntiterrorismForce Protection ATFP Standards found in Unified Facilities Criteria UFC 4-0 l 0-01, DoD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings DoD, 2003, which establishes ATFP requirements for off-base facilities. This directive must be applied to all leased DoD space by 01 October 2009.
- Structural Engineering and Building Technology
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Environmental Health and Safety