Montana Air National Guard (MANG) Mission-Critical Facilities

CTA Architects Engineers has designed many mission-critical facilities for the Montana Air National Guard at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls, Montana. Select projects include:

The project scope included alterations and upgrades to Building 68 required to accommodate the mission-critical functions of the facility. The remodel facilitated 37,000 sq. ft. for administrative, warehouse, vehicle operations, support operations, and communications functions.

The project scope consisted of a 9,800 sq. ft. remodel and upgrade of medical training space and a 2,200 sq. ft. new addition. Existing building exterior anti-terrorism force protection performance was improved and new anti-terrorism force protection standards were added throughout.

The project scope included a 70,000 sq. ft. alteration and a tail dock addition to Building 25 to accommodate C130 aircraft maintenance, shop, and administration functions. The complex also included a new 33,000 sq. ft. fuel cell hangar maintenance shop addition immediately adjacent to Building 25. The buildings were brought up to anti-terrorism force protection compliance and followed LEED sustainable design requirements.

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