Hydrant Fueling System & Apron Expansion - McChord Field, WA

Pond provided comprehensive architecture and engineering services to complete a new Type III Hydrant system which included upgrade of existing system for expansion of C-17 ramp and parking apron. Design included aboveground storage tanks, pumps, manual and automated control valves, filter separators, pumphouse and controls, generator building, fuel pits, fill stand, Petroleum, Oil & Lubricant (POL) facility, related site utilities, site planning, aircraft parking apron and demolition of existing system. Design complied with all applicable Department of Defense (DoD) and commercial petroleum standards and environmental statutes.

Airfield Pavements & Roads

  • 35,000 SY PCC Pavement Replaced
  • 2,500 SY Asphalt Shoulder
  • New 10,000 SY ACC Taxiway
  • New Aircraft Ground Equipment (AGE) & Refueler Roadway
  • Airfield Lighting
  • Addition to Existing Parking Apron

New Type III Hydrant Fueling System

  • 19 Hydrant Fueling Pits
  • Two New 10,000 BBL Aboveground JP-8 Fuel Storage Tanks
  • 2,400 GPM Pump House
  • Truck Loading & Commercial Off-loading Stands
  • Demolition of 27 Pits, Associated Piping Abandoned

Site Civil

  • All Site Utilities
  • Heavy-duty Asphalt Pavements
  • Concrete Spill Containment for JP-8 Tanks
  • Concrete Containment Areas for Loading & Offloading and Truck Parking
  • Site Grading & Drainage

DoD Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP)

  • AT/FP Compliant

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