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KMA begins work on new Air Force base facility

San Diego-based KMA Architecture & Engineering announced construction began in May on a new munitions maintenance facility at Hill Air Force Base in Ogden, Utah.

Completion of the $7.4 million project is expected by June 2010.

KMA was retained by MWH Americas Inc. to design the facility.

The single-story, 25,166-square-foot building will have areas for maintenance, administration, training, storage, emergency backup power supply, equipment bays, equipment wash racks and a paint booth.

The maintenance and training areas will be used to repair and maintain trailers, which transport munitions assets and train wartime core task competencies.

The project includes parking pavement, fencing, security, lighting, site improvements, landscaping and force protection, designed to protect those on base, the facilities and equipment.

The KMA project team is comprised of Don Blair, Jay Guerrero as the electrical engineer and Jim Belmont as the mechanical engineer.

CYS Structural Engineers Inc. is the structural engineer and Stanley Consultants is the civil engineer.

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