Georgia ANG B-1B Bomber Beddown

  • Georgia ANG B-1B Bomber Beddown, Robins AFB, GA

For the Georgia Air National Guard (ANG), GRW prepared the site master plan, and final plans and specifications for the development of a new, $27.5 million base for the 116th Wing's transition from F-15 Fighters to B-1B Bombers and their corresponding move from Dobbins ARB to Robins AFB, GA.

The long range planning of this new ANG installation can accommodate 16 B-1B Bombers and the associated facilities necessary to support mission requirements. GRW was responsible for the siting of all new facilities and obtaining approval from all involved agencies.

The entire process, from planning through design to the start of construction, was completed in only 10 months.

Work included:

  • Parking Lots
  • Roads
  • 72,500 SY of Concrete Apron and 3800 LF of Taxiway
  • Static Display
  • Guardhouses
  • Security Fencing/Access Control
  • Parking Lot/Site Lighting
  • Airfield Lighting
  • Communications Outside Plant
  • Power Distribution
  • Base-wide EMCS (Energy Management Control System)
  • AFFF (Aqueous Film Forming Foam) Pond
  • ASR (Air Surveillance Radar) Tower
  • B-1B CASS (Consolidated Aircraft Support Systems) Building, CASS Tunnel, & 6 CASS Pits on the Taxiway
  • B-1B HGPU (Hydraulic Ground Power Unit) Shelter
  • B-1B Start Air Building
  • Elevated Water Tank
  • Hot Cargo Pad and Hot Cargo Bunkers (igloos)
  • POL OPS Building
  • POL Pump Shelter
  • POL Ground Storage Tanks
  • 6 Position Fuel Hydrant System
  • Bulk Fuel Loading/Unloading
  • Munitions Administration Building