Repair Aircraft Maintenance Unit at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

Repair Aircraft Maintenance Unit (AMU), Facility 5251, United States Army Corps of Engineers, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, AZ: Prime Contractor $ 15,348,018

This project consists of the renovation of Aircraft Maintenance Unit (AMU) Facility 5251 that will renovate and sustain the aircraft hangar for the 924th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron (AMS). It is located at Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona in Maricopa County. The AMU facility is approximately 48,640 square feet and consists of 4 hangar bays and 5 administrative spaces. Sustainment will include flooring, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, fire suppression/detection, and painting as well as any necessary work to bring the facility into compliance with current standards. Renovation work will include relocating walls, including restrooms, adding additional electrical/communication systems for computer area, HVAC, adding signage throughout the facility, replacing insulation panels, etc. Temporary Facilities for Year One, and Minor Construction and Utilities for Temporary Facilities Year One for the 924th AMS will also be included.

The final award accepted all of the following options: Exterior Canopy, New Solar Tubes, Existing Hangar Door Repair, Door Awnings, Paint Exterior Metal Wall Panels, Renovation of Admin Area A, Hangar Floor Coating, Mezzanine at Area C, Lightning Protection System, Furniture in Area A, Furniture in Area B, Furniture in Areas C-E, Temporary Facilities for Year Two, and Minor Construction and Utilities for Temporary Facilities Year Two.