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BRAC Program Description

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LeMay Engineering & Consulting, Inc. was responsible for Program, Design, and Construction Management associated with the BRAC 05 CE Program Management for the 176th Wing relocation from Kulis Air National Guard to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER), Alaska.  This program consisted of 22 projects, and three LeMay Engineering & Consulting engineers were responsible for 18 projects providing Program / Project Management, Design Documentation, and Quality Assurance. The team consisted of six people—one Air Guard Colonel, two Air Guard captains, and three LeMay Engineering & Consulting, Inc. engineers.  Projects included constructing new buildings, altering buildings, and adding all utilities (water, sewer, storm drain, gas, power, fuel, and communications) and infrastructure (i.e., roads, parking lots, sidewalks, etc.) to support all new and altered facilities located within the 176th Wing Area of Operations.  This small team of highly-talented engineers successfully planned and executed this $160 million program seven months ahead of schedule and five million dollars under the construction budget. The 176th Wing (1,200 people and aircraft) began moving to their appropriately-sized and configured facilities at their new home on JBER in February 2011.  Additionally, the new Medical Building and the Wing’s Operations and Training Facility were awarded LEED Gold designations.  We then provided construction administration and project management for the demolition of 25 buildings and removal of the utilities at these 25 sites at the former Kulis Air National Guard Base; this scope included providing construction management/administration for the demolition of 25 buildings; monitoring asbestos abatement, lead removal, hazardous waste removal including light ballasts, drum oils, and leftover cleaning supplies, and soil testing under the footprints of the building; and utility removal (electrical service, water and wastewater, and communications systems) at each building site.  During demolition, trichloroethylene (TCE) and petroleum (DRO, GRO, RRO) contamination was discovered within the footprints of three buildings, and we managed the contaminated site cleanups.