Afghan National Army Facilities

12th June 2010  |    |  0 Comments

APS has designed four facilities for use by the Afghan National Army (ANA). The $180 million fast track, design-build program was completed for the Combined Security Transition Command, Afghanistan (CSTC-A).

Each 4,000 person garrison complex includes all self sustaining facilities located within a one square kilometer secure perimeter.

As the Designer of Record, APS was responsible for all disciplines on the project. In addition, APS engineers and project managers deployed to the projects for extended periods to provide onsite support to the foreign national construction companies. The projects were designed and built to US building code standards.  The total under roof area of the APS designed facilities was over 4,000,000 square feet.

As a primary member of this Design-Build program, APS was responsible for all design packages including:

  • Site Development and Force Protection Design
  • Two 10 megawatt power stations
  • 8,000 Meters of underground Medium Voltage Electrical Distribution
  • 10,000 Meters of Fiber Optic communications cable
  • Water and wastewater systems
  • Living quarters for 8,000 troops
  • Five Stand-Alone Dining facilities
  • Operational and vehicle maintenance facilities
  • Two Emergency Battlefield Care Medical Clinics
  • Weapons, ammunition and general equipment storage

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