Building 1600, situated on Scott Air Force Base in Illinois, is a three-story structure covering approximately 314,000 square feet. It serves as the administrative command and control headquarters for the Air Mobility Command (AMC).
The project involves a complete renovation of the AMC Headquarters facility. This includes the replacement of all major systems—mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and communications. The primary goal was to bring the facility up to current codes and standards.
The scope of work includes substantial demolition, modernization of architectural and structural elements, improvements to life safety features, upgrades to power and lighting, enhancements to emergency and alarm systems, plumbing updates, HVAC improvements, telecommunications system upgrades, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (ATFP) measures, seismic strengthening, server rack installations, and improvements to floors, walls, ceilings, restrooms, and furnishings.
Once completed, the renovated facility will provide an improved working environment, greater efficiency, and the capability to accommodate current and future technologies, thereby extending its service life.