Offutt AFB Runway Repair

The runway at Offutt AFB, NE will undergo a full depth replacement requiring temporary relocation of 55 Wing aircraft operations to Lincoln (NE) Airport. CD Wolf serves as on-site interface between the Design/Construction Agent (AFCEC) and Offutt Project Management Office (PMO), providing the full range of cradle-to-grave project management services. In this capacity, we developed and maintain the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS), helped develop and finalize project scope and secure project approval, review designs, facilitate communication with senior leaders, and manage day-to-day project tasks.

Lincoln Airfield Repair

To accommodate the beddown of 55th Wing aircraft during repair of the Offutt runway, Lincoln Airport required repairs to its West Apron and "Goodyear" Hangar. This $29 million project involves mill and asphalt overlay of the apron, renovations to the hangar to make it fully capable of maintaining RC135 aircraft, installation of temporary facilities and various access road and utility connections and upgrades. CD Wolf led development of the Intergovernmental Support Agreement (IGSA) and other key support documents, which allowed creation of a public-public partnership between the US Air Force and Lincoln Airport Authority(LAA). The IGSA, one of the first of its kind to include a major repair project, allows LAA to provide all required facility upgrades and services during the beddown period. CD Wolf also provides construction quality assurance on behalf of AFCEC.

Offutt AFB Building 500 Renovation

With United States Strategic Command's transition from its former headquarters (Building 500) to a new state-of-the-art command and control facility, Building 500 is being renovated to house the 55th Wing, multiple support functions, and various tenant units. The conversion will allow consolidation of several critical mission functions and allow Offutt to reduce its overall building footprint. CD Wolf supports AFCEC, 55 Wing Planning, and the 55 Civil Engineering Squadron efforts through integrated master scheduling, planning charrette facilitation, and renovation concept development/refinement.

Offutt AFB Flood Recovery MILCON

In March 2019, a massive flood event damaged or destroyed most of the facilities on the southeast side of Offutt AFB. The Air Force is currently in the process of executing over $600 million in Military Construction (MILCON) projects to rebuild the mission critical facilities on the base. CD Wolf supports AFCEC in the NexGen Rebuild Program Management Office (PMO) by providing engineering and environmental consulting, design management, integrated master scheduling, and other project management support for all eight MILCON projects.

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