The F22A Field Detachment Training Center is a 13,000-square-foot facility supporting the bed-down of the F22 fighter aircraft. Built to LEED specifications, the project elements include a concrete foundation that meets Alaska seismic and frost-heaving requirements, a structural steel frame with insulated metal skin, and a standing seam roof.
The facility includes secure and unsecure offices, classrooms, and two high bay maintenance training areas. PCL’s scope of work included fire suppression/detection, an intrusion detection system, environmental controls, communications, utilities, pavements, parking force protection, site improvements, and contaminated soil remediation. All work complies with the Department of Defense antiterrorism/force requirements per unified facilities criteria. By working closely with the design team, PCL was able to bring the project in three months ahead of schedule.