Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Employs Three-Prong Strategy

December 2011

The Wright-Patterson Air Force Base outside of Dayton, Ohio is currently pursuing a rigid three-prong project to update and enhance its facilities. Through the project, WPAFB is undergoing enhanced commissioning on two of its facilities (the Advanced Power and Thermal Research Lab, and Information Technology Complex) and a pre-certification for its Building 840 Bio-Safety Lab Level 3.

"Through these building projects, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is ensuring its facilities are operating in top-notch condition," says Mark Hayden, commissioning group manager at Four Seasons Environmental, Inc.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
Enhanced commissioning will not only help Wright-Patterson ensure its brand-new Advanced Power and Thermal Research Lab and the renovated Information Technology Complex are built to the design standards set forth in the building specifications, but it will also look for ways in which the buildings can conserve energy.

Additionally, the pre-certification of Building 840 will help prepare for the CDC certification before occupancy.

"It is exciting to be able to help make such an impact on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base," says Mark. "The work they’ll be doing in all three buildings is important, and to be part of the process is a real honor."

To learn more about the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, please visit www.wpafb.af.mil.