P3002, DBB, Relocate Hazardous Cargo Pad & EOD Proficiency Range, Joint Base Andrews, MD
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The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Washington has a requirement to procure construction services for an aircraft hazardous cargo pad (approx. 80,550 SF concrete), a 75-foot wide concrete taxiway (approx. 159,005 SF), asphalt taxiway shoulders (approx. 159,075 SF), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Proficiency Range that includes a 1,120 SF area for a detonation bunker and 260 SF concrete protection bunker. The detonation bunker consists of two C-shaped concrete walls approximately 28 thick. There are 91,310 SF of asphalt vehicle access roads to the Hazardous Cargo Pad and the EOD Range parking and protective bunker. The taxiway includes four leaves of 230-foot long box frame roller motorized automated gates that allow closing of the taxiway and provide a secure perimeter. The project will meet both Airfield and Explosive Safety requirements to meet 30,000 pounds of net explosive weight (NEW) and medium load, tie down anchors and grounding points in the pavement. Additionally, this project will meet the criteria/scope specified in Air Force Handbook, Facility Requirements, UFC 3-260-01, Airfield and Heliport Planning and Design, Air Force Corporate Facilities Standard (AFCFS), and the Installation Facilities Standards (IFS). The construction includes the relocation and regrading of 875 feet of South Perimeter Road, and includes advance warning signs and lights, and automated swing gates approaching the taxiway crossing.