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Unmanned Aerial Systems Maintenance Hangar

Fort Hood, TX

Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Architect: RS&H
LEED Silver®

This Design-Build, 220,000 SF, pre-engineered metal maintenance hangar, with structural steel frame and concrete pier foundation, features a massive crane with 275’ bridge, 230’ travel and 28’ hook height. The scope of work included a 429,000 SF parking apron, wash pad and taxiway, 5 miles of 16-inch domestic water line and a 500,000-gallon elevated water tank with pump station. Security features include an entrance control point, anti-terrorism/force protection measures and building information and intrusion detection systems.

2014 ENR Texas and Louisiana Best Airports/Transit Project
The Satterfield & Pontikes team set up an onsite Building Information Modeling (BIM) virtual studio site to assist in coordination and clash detection for the complex mechanical, electrical and plumbing components and systems.
This LEED Silver project features high-efficiency building envelope, HVAC, lighting/electrical, and solar domestic hot water/plumbing systems