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Military Department

Joint Force Readiness Center: Replacement

30000591

The Washington Army National Guard (WAARNG) and Washington Air National Guard (WAANG) headquarters functions, along with supporting state and federal finance and human resource are housed in multiple outdated facilities that are structurally and functionally failing. This project funds a predesign for a new Washington National Guard Joint Forces Headquarters at Camp Murray, WA, which will consolidate the WAARNG, WAANG and the Washington Military Department headquarters functions into a unified working environment.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 300,000 20,070,000 20,370,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 20,370,000

Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (TUAS)

30000596

The WAARNG received the Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicles/Systems in 2004 despite a lack of facilities to store the aerial vehicles and associated equipment. For the past 16 years, the unit has been using a makeshift storage facility or hangar that is non-mission capable resulting in constant assembly, disassembly and reassembly of the vehicle and all other related equipment. This project includes design and construction of a Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems hangar at the Yakima Training Center.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 14,800,000 0 14,800,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 14,800,000

Snohomish Readiness Center

30000930

The Snohomish armory lack's all the features and attributes of a readiness center such as classrooms, distance learning centers, locker rooms, physical fitness area, kitchen, weapons, and protective masks storage, enclosed areas to support training with simulation and operator-level maintenance shop for assigned equipment. This project funds renovations to the facility's kitchen, restrooms, showers, administration offices for fulltime personnel, platoon rooms for drilling population and storage areas to meet operational needs and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 4,750,000 0 4,750,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 3,562,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 1,188,000

Anacortes Readiness Center Major Renovation

40000004

The Anacortes Readiness Center is one of the smallest facilities in the Washington National Guard inventory. It has no female restrooms, showers or locker rooms; lacks office space and classrooms for training purposes; has an inadequate supply room for necessary equipment; and is not Americans with Disabilities Act compliant. This project will design and construct an ADA-compliant facility, which will add 4,000 SF of new space; renovate offices, classrooms, the kitchen, and supply and storage areas; and create a new locker room, restrooms and showers for female members.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 75,000 0 7,102,000 0 7,177,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 3,551,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 3,626,000

Field Maintenance Shop Addition-Sedro Woolley FMS

40000104

The existing Field Maintenance Shop at the Montesano Readiness Center is not equipped to support the recently acquired Stryker vehicles. The shop needs to be upgraded with an overhead crane to conduct proper maintenance and repairs on Stryker vehicles. Other areas also need improvements. This project will consist of the alteration to the Montesano Field Maintenance Shop and construction of an addition to support Stryker vehicle maintenance and repair requirements and the transformation of the unit to a Stryker Brigade.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 1,376,000 0 1,376,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 1,376,000

Minor Works Program 21-23 Biennium

40000185

Minor works programmatic funding is provided to modernize or enhance Washington Military Department facilities in order to support its state and federal missions.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 17,478,000 0 17,478,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 13,113,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 4,365,000

Minor Works Preservation 2021-23 Biennium

40000188

Minor works preservation funding is provided to repair, preserve and extend the life of state and federally supported Military Department facilities.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 12,323,000 0 12,323,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 8,727,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 3,596,000

Camp Murray Bldg. 20 Roof Top Unit Upgrade

40000189

The existing roof top unit uses inefficient technology to heat and cool Building 20, which houses the State Emergency Operations Center. Also, the existing filtration is substandard. This project funds predesign for a new system that will better protect employees in the SEOC from viruses and allergens by improving air filtration and reduce operating costs through more efficient heating and cooling technology.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 313,000 1,200,000 1,513,000
Funds: State Building Construction Account - State 1,513,000

Camp Murray Bldg 47 and 48 Barracks Replacement

40000190

The training barracks, buildings 47 and 48 on Camp Murray, were built in 1940 with a combined footprint of 2,920 SF and a capacity to support 16 beds total. At 80-years-old, the buildings are past their useful life and no longer compliant with the Washington National Guard training facility standards. This project will demolish the existing barracks, then design and construct 4,000 SF of upgraded barracks that will meet modern requirements and provide 24 bed barracks.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 2,147,000 0 2,147,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 2,147,000

Camp Murray Bldg 65 Barracks Replacement

40000191

Building 65 was built in 1940 with a capacity to support six personnel and requires a rebuild or replacement to bring it up to modern standards. This project will demolish the current barracks, then design and construct a replacement officer training barracks that meets the requirements and mission of the WAARNG and supports the transient personnel that travel for longer than 100 miles. The new facility is planned with a capacity of 12 beds.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 2,236,000 0 2,236,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 2,236,000

Ephrata Field Maintenance Shop Addition

40000193

The Ephrata Field Maintenance Shop is not equipped for modern maintenance work on the large eight-wheeled armored Stryker vehicles. This project will design and construct an addition of 2,050 SF, upgrade the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning and lighting, and install all features required for the Ephrata FMS to provide maintenance and repairs for the Stryker vehicles assigned within the region. The proposed addition is for one work bay of two vehicles depth and installation of a 7 ½ ton bridge crane.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 1,194,000 0 1,194,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 1,194,000

JBLM Non Organizational (POV) Parking Expansion

40000196

The Washington Army National Guard Aviation Readiness Center hosts training for soldiers and regional training events. There is a regular parking shortage at the facility. Personnel and guests must often park several blocks away and walk along busy side streets with no sidewalks creating safety concerns. This project will construct a 6,000 square yard non-organizational or personally owned vehicle parking lot, which will add about 70 parking spots to support the assigned units and guests that come to the location. It also adds 145 linear yards of sidewalk to improve pedestrian safety and access to the building.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 1,245,000 0 1,245,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 1,245,000

YTC Dining Facility: Transient Training

40000197

The 205th Regiment Regional Training Institute at the Yakima Training Center is an Army Training Doctrine accredited school in the Total Army School System that provides military occupational specialty training and develops the future leaders of the Washington Army National Guard. The Institute does not have a dedicated dining facility and is located beyond proximity to commercial dining services. Funding is provided for the design of a dedicated dining facility, which will be in accordance with Training and Doctrine Command requirements of an estimated 63,000 SF. Construction is planned to follow in state fiscal year 2024.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
0 0 0 486,000 5,000,000 5,486,000
Funds: General Fund - Federal 5,486,000