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Miscellaneous Military Project Case Study in Hawaii

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Project Overview

Project Title:BATTLE AREA COMPLEX & TACTICAL VEHICLE WASH FACILITY
Estimated Value:$32,155,000
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Project Location

State:Hawaii
County:Hawaii
Address:Pohakuloa Training Area

Project Type

Building Category:Miscellaneous Military
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Military - Miscellaneous This project includes a new Battle Area Complex (BAX) to be constructed over existing training areas at the Pohakuloa Training Area (PTA) on the island of Hawaii. The BAX will support gunnery qualifications and weapons systems employed by the Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT) and the Legacy Brigade of the 25th Infantry Division (Light). The BAX will support mounted and dismounted infantry platoon tactical live fire operations either independently of, or simultaneously with supporting tactical vehicles. The targets on the range are fully automated and the event specific targets scenario is computer driven and scored from the Range Operations Center. FY06 PN57414 Tactical Vehicle Wash Facility (TVWF) Construction project includes multiple wash sections. The primary facility will consist of the preparation area and wash stations. The wash stations will utilize a high-pressure wash system and will recycle water to minimize wastewater disposal. The water to be treated will include oil and grease removal, grit removal, and organic control. A structure will be provided to house the mechanical secondary treatment units and the control panels necessary for the facility