Tag Archives: Design/Build

Warm Storage Hanger

FTW373A Warm Storage Hangar

This 56,000 SF helicopter hangar is located at the historic LADD Army Airfield on Fort Wainwright Army Base. The Warm Storage Hangar is a clear-span, high-bay open structure designed to provide heated storage for seven Blackhawk helicopters. The building features a high-performance envelope for the arctic environment that includes R-60 walls and R-90 roof insulation


FTW369B Company Operations Facility

This design-build project created a 13,100 sf facility designed for a single Army company that operates as a 100-person unit. The project was delivered as a Fast Track Design-Build project and is similar to an office/warehouse type facility. Design features included numerous functional improvements to the government prototype plan and extensive translucent clerestory glazing that


F-22 7-Bay Aircraft Weather Shelter – Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson

This 45,170 sf structure was part of the base expansion to support the F-22 squadrons stationed at JBER. The hangar was intended for aircraft parking, fueling, and light maintenance. This project was delivered as a Fast Track Design Build. This structure was designed as a seven aircraft hangar facility with a common core area that


Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (TEMF) – JBER

MCG designed and managed a 57,000 sf MILCON new heavy equipment repair facility. The facility features fourteen repair bays, a drive-through maintenance bay, an employee locker room, secure storage areas, and a bench repair area with static dissipative work surfaces. Administrative offices, training rooms, a large conference room and a break room were included on


F-22 LO CC Hangar – Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson

This hangar was Phase 2 for a 21,000 sf F-22 Corrosion Control/Maintenance Hangar. Two paint booth hangar bays were added to the facility, doubling the corrosion control capacity for the F-22 aircraft on Elmendorf AFB. Sophisticated envelope and air control systems provide a pressurized environment for maintaining and painting these mission critical aircraft. The project


Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Fitness Center

As part of its commitment to providing quality facilities for its airmen and women, the U.S. Air Force contracted MCG to build a new fitness center at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson to integrate new physical training areas and connect to the existing fitness center complex. The new facility creates a contemporary “fitness club” environment that improves