This project is managed by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) and was contracted by the Air Force Installation Contracting Agency (AFICA). This project represents a joint effort by the United States Air Force and the Royal Saudi Air Force to provide the facilities necessary to support the modernization of the F-15SA aircraft at King Khalid Airbase. The project is a Foreign Military Sales project funded by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The project requires the design and construction of new facilities, renovation of existing facilities, demolition, and infrastructure upgrades. Included in this work is the new King Khalid Training Center, which will provide academic and hands-on training for F-15SA aircraft maintenance within a campus typesetting; a new Avionics / Pod Facility; and a variety of renovations to existing facilities in support of the mission.
The work includes building a two-story academic wing, a one story auditorium, a one story task training wing, a maintenance hangar with two hangar bays, a headquarters/administration facility, four dormitories, a dining facility that seats up to 700 personnel, a multi-purpose room for private dining and/or presentations, a mosque, a student center, a library and utility infrastructures.
Sarabjit Singh, President of Gilbane Federal, commented, “I am pleased that the Air Force has selected Gilbane for this important contract. The Air Force is one of our most valued clients and we look forward to a continued partnership with them worldwide. Our company will continue to uphold high quality performance, dedication to our work, and successful execution of projects for all our clients around the globe.”
The King Khalid Air Base project is the single largest award in the history of Gilbane Federal. The project is contracted under an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) by AFICA.
File Photo: King Khalid Air Base at Khamis Mushayt, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia