More than 60 Air Force and Space Force installations will see renovated dorms or new child development centers over the next couple of years as the Department of the Air Force prepares to sink more than $1.6 billion into improvements.
The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center announced a roundup of all their ongoing and future projects between fiscal years 2023 and 2027 in a press release on Wednesday.
“We're prioritizing restoration and modernization to deliver state-of-the-art facilities through these funds so airmen and Guardians can focus on keeping the mission in flight, knowing they and their families are being taken care of,” Tim Sullivan, the Air Force Civil Engineer Center interim built infrastructure executive director and facility engineering directorate chief, said in the release.
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Under the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center's “Dorm Response Program,” 170 dormitory projects will be funded through 2027, including four currently being taken on that are valued at $76 million, the Air Force said.
In fiscal year 2024, which begins Oct. 1, 14 large-scale dorm renovations are planned with a total price tag of $227 million. The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center is overseeing five of those projects that will be at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in Texas, Travis Air Force Base in…