麻豆社 Awarded Zone 1 F-35 Flightline Facilities at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida

Friday May 13, 2022

The United State Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Mobile District awarded the 麻豆社 Southeast District the $531 Million Zone 1 F-35 Flightline Facilities project at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.

In October 2018, Hurricane Michael swept through the Florida Panhandle and left many areas devastated, including Tyndall Air Force Base. In a matter of hours, the storm escalated from Category 2 to Category 5. After the storm passed, the base reported that over 400 buildings were destroyed or damaged beyond repair. As a part of the effort to rebuild the base, the USACE released the Zone 1 F-35 Flightline Facilities project in the summer of 2021 with an award made in the Spring of 2022. This was one of many procurements to help rebuild the base.

This design-bid-build project is for the construction of eleven facilities for the Zone 1 F-35 Flightline. The team will provide all utilities, site improvements, pavements, detection/protection features, security enhancements and other supporting work necessary for each facility.

The facilities are as follows:

  1. F-35 Parking Apron
  2. OPS / Aircraft Maintenance Unit Hangar #1
  3. OPS / Aircraft Maintenance Unit Hangar #2
  4. OPS / Aircraft Maintenance Unit Hangar #3
  5. Flight Simulator Facility
  6. Weapons Load Training Hangar
  7. Aircraft MX Fuel Cell Hangar
  8. F-35 Maintenance Squadron Complex (MXS)
  9. Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS)
  10. Auxiliary Ground Equipment (AGE)
  11. Corrosion Control Facility
  12. Operation Group / Maintenance Group HQ

The project kicks off in May 2022 and is scheduled to complete by January 2026.