AFRC Construction

Construction along Robins Parkway which began in early January is for a temporary modular facility that Air Force Reserve Command will use to house many of its personnel who currently work in off-base facilities, according to Lt. Col. Leslie Pratt, AFRC public affairs director. There will be 400 personnel who will occupy the 90,000-square-foot-facility when construction is completed in April. The temporary facility is the first step the command is taking to consolidate AFRC directorates under one roof. A 343,000-square-foot headquarters complex is also being constructed in two phases on Robins Parkway, which will consolidate AFRC personnel currently spread out in eight facilities both at Robins and off base. U. S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp

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