Robins Air Force Base Building 125
Warner Robins, Georgia
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District
Building 125 is a large aircraft hangar constructed in the early 1940s consisting of four large docks and high and low bay areas. Each dock is approximately 60,000 sf while the high and low bay areas are each approximately 100,000 sf. This project is divided into multiple options. The current awarded options include the fire riser out buildings, high bay area, and docks one, two, and four.
This design-build project includes, but is not limited to: the repair and replacement of the existing fire suppression system, installation of a new fire alarm and mass notification system, roof replacement, and internal gutter replacement. Temporary barriers are installed to separate the areas under construction from all other occupied areas of the facility.
Also included in this project is the removal of lead-based paint from the existing structural steel. Replacing the Galbestos roof panels and insulated metal panels are 120-foot continuous standing seam metal panels. Insulated metal panels and translucent panels replace the vertical wall Galbestos panels. The high bay area contains an existing modified bituminous roof that is replaced with a single ply roofing system.
These repairs are necessary to support the maintenance of C-5 and C-17 cargo aircraft.