Creech AFB – Wing Headquarters

This project was part of the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers program to build up the mission capabilities of the 432d Wing. The 432d Wing is charged with remotely flying the MQ-1 Predator and the MQ-9 Reaper aircraft on worldwide missions. These aerial systems give combat commanders real time information on their targets. The new high-tech facility has 22,000 square feet of space. This building doubles the size of the original unit.

This was a design/build project. The construction consisted of a pre-engineered building, with no angles, rectangular in form with reinforced foundation and floor slab, structural steel frame, metal exterior walls, standing seam metal roof, fire detection/protection system to include storage tank, special security enhancements, utilities, site improvements, landscaping, roads/parking, communications support electrical infrastructure upgrade and all other necessary support.

At the end of construction a unique feature was added to the lobby area, it was the MQ-1 Predator suspended to the ceiling. Construction on this building started on December 2009 and completed in October 2010.

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