Replacement Fuel Tanks and Jet Fuel Storage Facilities, Naval Air Station Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL
Owner United States Navy
General Contractor Bell
Schedule Duration 08/1998 to 05/2001
Architect / Engineer Enterprise Engineering
Contract Value $20.2MM

Project Overview

Depot Replacement Fuel Tanks

Bell installed three 11,130 cubic meter above-ground steel storĀ­age tanks, three concrete and earthen dikes with geomembrane liners for secondary containment, two oil/water separators, a steel framed pump shed, a fill stand/off-load slab, fuel piping, supporting utilities and the demolition of four above ground steel storĀ­age tanks, pumps and associated piping.

Jet Fuel Storage Tanks

This project involved the construction of a new fuel storage facility, the closure of an existing facility, and related work.

The new facility consists of three 2,400-cubic-meter above-ground jet fuel storage tanks, a 223-square-meter Administrative / Laboratory / Vehicle Maintenance building, three Tank Receipt stations, two Tank Truck Issue stations, two Aircraft Direct Refueling stations, and all supporting utilities associated with the new complex.