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Military Construction Briefing and Site Tour CPT Jeff Shultz Fort Leonard Wood Resident Office, Kansas City District, USACE. June 2009. Construction Trends FLW Program Summary, FY08-12 Current Projects Questions. Overview Briefing Agenda.

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june 2009

Military Construction Briefing and Site Tour

CPT Jeff Shultz

Fort Leonard Wood Resident Office,

Kansas City District, USACE

June 2009

overview briefing agenda
Construction Trends

FLW Program Summary, FY08-12

Current Projects

Questions

Overview Briefing Agenda
slide3
“Things are not Business as Usual in the Corps of Engineers. We are busier now than in the past 50 years.”

- Colonel Roger Wilson

Kansas City District Commander

milcon trend assessment
MILCON Trend Assessment

Kansas City District

what is important at flw
What is Important at FLW?
  • Supporting the installation’s Master Plan
  • IET Soldier Bed Space (TRAPS Relocatables, TBUP, and Starship Barracks)
  • Facilities for the 4th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
  • Upgrading Ranges to support TRADOC and FORSCOM Units
  • Upgrading Post Infrastructure to support increased facility demands (e.g. sewer, roads, phones)
slide6

Long Term Master Plan for FLW

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  • Segregate FLW into BT, AIT, Permanent Party, and FORSCOM Zones
  • Support Increased Annual Trainee Load
  • Construct Facilities for 4th MEB
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BT / OSUT / AIT

Long Term Transition Plans

TRAPS Relocatables

  • Rolling Pin Barracks Renovation
  • Complete building overhaul, including mechanical systems and interiors.

Starship Barracks Complex

  • Provide immediate bed space for BT and AIT Soldiers to meet Summer Surge Requirements
  • Over the next 10-20 years, replace Rolling Pin barracks and Specker AIT barracks with Starship Complexes
slide12
Basic Combat Training Barracks Complex III
  • 4 BCOF Buildings
  • HQ Building
  • PT Track
  • Site prep for Double Dining Facility
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Double Dining Facility
  • Two-story Building
  • Services 2400 Soldiers (2 Starship Complexes)
  • Small Veteran-owned Business
slide14
Child Development Center
  • Replaces existing Quonset Huts
  • Designed to service two hundred 6-10 year old kids
  • Includes:
    • Large multipurpose room
    • Activity rooms
    • Kitchen
    • Game areas
    • Playground
slide15
Range 7 & 8
  • 2 independent Modified Record Fire Ranges
  • Primarily for BCT use
  • Constructed over the existing ranges
  • Includes all new facilities
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4th MEB
  • New Facilities for a 2000-Soldier Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
  • Includes:
    • 2 Battalion HQ’s
    • Company Ops Facility
    • Maintenance Facility
  • Brigade HQ was not included due to lack of funding
slide17
Prime Power School
  • Future Home of the Prime Power School
  • Includes:
  • - Admin Building
  • - Classrooms
  • - Generator Hardstands & Training Area
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