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GARR Site Support for AMARG TAMS and Bead Blast Facility

This project included defining the site preparation and utilities to support the installation of a pre-engineered panelized metal relocatable building (PPMRB), referred to as a Temporary Aircraft Maintenance Structure (TAMS) at Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG), as well as an Aircraft-sized Blast Booth of similar construction to house the blast equipment and recovery system. The project's scope included the development of a Gap Analysis Requirement Report to identify all site infrastructure improvements required to install and operate the TAMS and Blast facility. The project facilities will be agile and flexible to accommodate fighter aircraft. Nicklaus evaluated and detailed pertinent items on a per-facility basis and provided separate reports for each TAMS and Blast Facility, including layouts, site civil engineering schematics, drawings, and specifications. The report included recommendations on the most economical means and methods to support proposed facility layouts while considering possible expansion of the facilities and the surrounding areas.

Project Type: Federal

Client: Davis Monthan Air Force Base

Role: Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geotechnical Engineering


  • Civil Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Geotechnical Engineering

Funding: $231,525

Location: Davis Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ