Joint Aviation Facility (JAF II) Phase II

Kabul, Afghanistan

The scope of this subcontract consists of designing two hangars (one for the Air Corps Cantonment Area while the other for the National Maintenance Facility Component complex).
Moreover, the design of a National Maintenance Facility Aviation Component complex to support the Joint Afghan Aviation Program led by the Afghan National Army Air Corps at Kabul International Airport.
The project also, includes a complete master plan as well as all roads, sidewalks for pedestrian traffic, site work, and parking. In addition, the project has to comply with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards for airport tenant facilities.
The scope incorporates aircraft ramp parking space intended for 30 Mi17, 6 Mi35, 5 AN12, 6 AN32, and 2AN26 aircraft adjacent to the North taxiway.

Scope of work


  • Project Area Defense
  • Cost 12,000,000.00
  • SectorsConceptual Design
    Working Drawings
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