• Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs)
  • Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs)
  • Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs)
  • Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs)
  • Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs)
  • Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs)
  • Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs)
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    Fort Bliss, Texas

    The RMH Group designed highly sustainable mechanical and electrical systems for 12 new Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs) comprised of six “small” TEMFs (18,000 SF each) and six “medium” TEMFs (35,290 SF each). Together, these TEMFs are capable of servicing approximately 3,300 vehicles. Each TEMF is comprised of high-bay maintenance and repair stations, administrative and operations space, and storage space. To support the TEMFs, 46 ancillary buildings designated to store additional gear and equipment, unmanned aerial vehicles, and fuel and other hazardous materials were also constructed on the project sites. They include:
    • 10 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) hangars
    • 12 petroleum, oil, and lubricant (POL) storage buildings
    • 12 HAZMAT storage buildings
    • 12 equipment storage buildings
    RMH’s mechanical/electrical design included heat and air conditioning from packaged rooftop units for each TEMF, ventilation via indirect-fired make-up air unit with variable-volume controls, make-up and exhaust air system utilizing heat recovery units, site lighting featuring multi-level lighting control and automatic occupancy sensors, interior power, and electrical distribution system separating loads to minimize nuisance tripping and single points of failure. Both TEMF complexes are certified LEED-NC Silver and were executed using design-build delivery.
 

Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Fort Bliss, Texas

The RMH Group designed highly sustainable mechanical and electrical systems for 12 new Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMFs) comprised of six “small” TEMFs (18,000 SF each) and six “medium” TEMFs (35,290 SF each). Together, these TEMFs are capable of servicing approximately 3,300 vehicles. Each TEMF is comprised of high-bay maintenance and repair stations, administrative and operations space, and storage space.

To support the TEMFs, 46 ancillary buildings designated to store additional gear and equipment, unmanned aerial vehicles, and fuel and other hazardous materials were also constructed on the project sites. They include:

  • 10 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) hangars
  • 12 petroleum, oil, and lubricant (POL) storage buildings
  • 12 HAZMAT storage buildings
  • 12 equipment storage buildings

RMH’s mechanical/electrical design included heat and air conditioning from packaged rooftop units for each TEMF, ventilation via indirect-fired make-up air unit with variable-volume controls, make-up and exhaust air system utilizing heat recovery units, site lighting featuring multi-level lighting control and automatic occupancy sensors, interior power, and electrical distribution system separating loads to minimize nuisance tripping and single points of failure.

Both TEMF complexes are certified LEED-NC Silver and were executed using design-build delivery.

Certifications

Certified LEED-NC Silver