Lockheed Martin Remote Mobile Radar Systems

Lockheed Martin was contracted by the United States Air Force to install AN/TPS-77 radar systems on Hill 3265 within the Pacific Alaska Range Complex (PARC I) to provide air surveillance in support of training exercises originating from Eielson Air Force Base in Fairbanks, Alaska. In support of that effort, C&S was retained by Lockheed Martin to provide engineering and consulting services associated with the site selection, design and construction of the facilities. Facility components consisted of a radome structure, an equipment shelter, a diesel generator for prime power, a diesel fuel storage system, appropriate site grounding, and site access.

Services provided by C&S included participation in the site evaluations and selection processes, preparation of geotechnical and topographic survey statements of work for third party contractors, development of conceptual site layout drawings, coordination and oversight of the geotechnical field investigations, coordination and oversight of the topographic surveys, preparation of statements of work for a third party design/build firm retained by Lockheed Martin, and quality control oversight and review of the design/build firm’s design package.

Construction administration services provided by C&S included participation in client/contractor consultations, participation in job progress meetings, and site inspections.

PARC II on Taylor Mountain included on-site full-time inspection and coordination of construction contractors.

Aggregate fees for C&S’s services were approximately $250,000.