The Precision Guided Missile (PGM) Maintenance Facility at Hill Air Force Base is responsible for testing and maintaining all conventional air-to-air and air-to-ground munitions used on aircraft. The facility was specifically designed to maintain PGM to support, read, and relocate PGM specific Standard Air Munitions Package (STAMP) assets from McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, to Hill Air Force Base, Utah. With the transfer of the STAMP assets to Hill AFB, the 649th MUNS munitions stockpile size will double and be newly assigned PGM weapons systems consisting of rocket-propelled weapons.
The building consists of five (5) distinct maintenance bays with an attached administrative area. The maintenance bays include slab on grade concrete, tilt-up concrete/CMU wall finishes, overhead doors, and support utilities and equipment. Several bays have a two-ton overhead bridge crane, and the administrative area includes offices, SCIF vault, tool room, break room, and support spaces.
This project was completed simultaneously with the unit's STAMP facility design and construction adjacent to the PGM Facility. This project was completed as a Joint Venture agreement with Shofar Communications.