Environmental Assessment Base Civil Engineer Complex, Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma
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Base CE functions are required to develop, program, and execute requirements to maintain, repair, operate, and construct base facilities, pavements, and utility systems in support of the base mission and individual organizational customers. Several of the current Base CE facilities were constructed in the 1950s and have deteriorated beyond economical repair. In addition, Base CE functions now occupy 19 facilities located throughout Altus AFB which introduces workforce inefficiency and degrades prompt completion of engineering operations. The proposed action at Altus AFB includes the construction of a new consolidated Base CE Complex consisting of approximately 120,700 square feet sf. Buildings would consist of concrete foundations and floor slabs, steel frames, concrete pre-cast walls, standing seam metal roofs, and supporting utilities. In addition, 10 buildings totaling about 81,100 sf would be demolished. Conversely, the Air Force could select to take no action no-action alternative. The following biophysical resources were identified for study at Altus AFB noise, air quality, earth resources, water resources, hazardous materials, biological resources, cultural resources, and environmental justice.
- Structural Engineering and Building Technology
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Environmental Health and Safety