Squadron Operation Mobility Center     
Details

This project consists of the design and construction of a 69,438 SF, three (3) story facility for two (2) Operational Squadrons to support E-3 combat crew activities. The facility supports the operations of two (2) Airborne Air Control Squadrons, which are broken into two distinct functional areas: the Command Section, which includes the Commander and support staff, and the Operations Section, which directs, plans, schedules, and monitors the squadron flight operations. The Group Life Support area is responsible for the maintenance and storage of personal flight equipment used by a flight and mission crew of approximately 1,600 members. The Base Mobility Center is responsible for processing both personnel and equipment during exercises and real-world deployment. Primary areas in the Squadron Operations Mobility Center include:

  • Flight Operations 

  • Air Passenger Terminal

  • Mission Planning Area

  • Briefing Rooms

  • Administrative / Work Centers

  • Life Support Functions

  • Base Mobility Functions

  • Training Rooms

  • Warehousing

  • Storage Areas

Features include:

  • Drilled Piers

  • Pre-Cast Concrete Panels

  • Window Architectural Accents 

  • Rib Pattern on Front Facade 

  • Exterior Insulation, Finish System (EIFS)

  • Canopies at Each Entry

  • Seismic Bracing

  • Pallet Build-Up

  • Paraline Ceiling System

  • Theater Seating

  • Elevator

  • Loading Dock

LOCATION 

Tinker AFB, Oklahoma

CONTRACT VALUE 

$9,647,798.00 

SIZE

69,438 SF

CLIENT

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 

MARKETS

Government 
Aviation

Design-Build

Training

ROLE 

Design-Builder

Site improvements consisted of site demolition, grading, site utilities, electrical and communications services, parking / paving, walks, curbs, gutters, landscaping, and other miscellaneous site improvements.