P R O J E C T S
The Physiological Training Facility is a new stand alone facility developed to support the Air Force’s on-going mission to maintain the high level of physical performance for those assigned to high-altitude flight and associated missions and is in direct response to the objectives of new mission specific facilities in the Fairchild AFB community. This fast-track design-build Physiological Training Facility is located on a 1.9 acre site and consists of a 1-story, 9,957 SF administrative and training building accommodating approximately 22 personnel who are responsible for maintaining the high level of physical performance for those assigned to high-altitude flight and associated missions. As a key subcontractor, Burr Construction, Inc. coordinated and moved a Hypobaric Chamber located on Fairchild AFB in Spokane Washington. The existing outdated Physiological Laboratory was being demolished and relocated to a new facility currently under construction. The new facility consists of the Hypobaric Chamber, associated recovery medical facilities, night vision training, H.A.L.O (High Altitude Low Opening) equipment and maintenance support, administration and classroom facilities.
$6,516,527 - Completed November 2010
O U T S T A N D I N G
Final CCASS Evaluation