Maumee, OH – CMS Corporation announced today it has been awarded an $11.6M task order to repair fuel tanks at Gowen Field Air National Guard Base, ID and Hill Air Force Base, UT. This task order was awarded under the Air Force Regional Engineering & Construction (RE&C) West Region contract.
Work under this task order includes cleaning, repairing, and returning to service two 10,000-BBL Jet-A fuel tanks at Gowen Field ANG (Boise Air Terminal). Both tanks are 42.5 ft in diameter by 40 ft high. Additionally, CMS will repair 8 Jet-A storage tanks at Hill AFB, ranging in capacity from 7,164 BBL to 55,000 BBL. The two largest tanks (55,000 BBL each) are 93 ft in diameter by 52 ft 3 inches high.
CMS will clean and vapor-free tanks at each site prior to making repairs. Repairs will vary from tank to tank, but may include the following: internal and external tank coating; repair/replace tank bottoms, pipe supports, shell manways, gauges, stilling wells, valves, high and low-level alarms, piping, nozzles, roof vents and inspection hatches, scaffold supports, telltales, and tank grounding cables; remove/install internal access ladders, circumferential stairways, crossover stairs, platforms and containment stairs; install new internal floating roofs; electrical repairs; and repair containments.
“We are honored to be entrusted with this $11.6 million task order to repair fuel tanks at Gowen Field Air National Guard Base and Hill Air Force Base,” stated CMS Chairman and CEO, Ernest Enrique, PE. “This award underscores our commitment to excellence in Air Force fuels work, and our dedication to supporting the vital missions of our nation’s military. We look forward to delivering top-notch solutions for our client.”