Royal Air Base Croughton Clinic CIDM Study

Service:

Facility Condition Assessment

Sector:

Federal
Healthcare

Size:

17,000 SF

Location:

United Kingdom
Royal Air Base Croughton Clinic CIDM Study

This project consists of a study to provide supporting documentation for the Air Force Medical Service (AFMS) to prepare a MILCON Capital Investment package (CIP) for the Medical Clinic. The supporting documentation required for the Capitol Investment Decision Model (CIDM) included the following components: Program for Design; parametric cost estimate and site analysis; DD Form 1391; economic analysis to evaluate three options: Status Quo, Additional/Alteration or Replacement Facility. Project Book to include site analysis of the proposed site and a Medical Facility Infrastructure and Code Analysis of the existing clinic. Building 140 was built in 1959 and is a single story structure of approximately 17,000 square feet. It was originally built as a dormitory, but converted about 16 years ago in 1994 to a clinic.