the ceiling/wall interface for future installation of security
monitors. Consider electrical receptacles and data outlets
for future use.
Miscellaneous Spaces. Provide toilets, shower
facilities, lockers, dressing rooms, mechanical room,
electrical room, janitor closet, break room, etc. based on the
size of the facility and the planned activities.
ROADS. Design roads within a fueling facility to
accommodate maintenance activities, operations personnel, and
fuel delivery and/or issues. In addition, evaluate the roads
leading to the facility for their adequacy of width, access,
geometrics, and weight restrictions. Refer to AFMAN 88-7,
Chapter 5 (also known as Corps TM 5-822-5) for design
UTILITIES. In most cases, a fueling facility
requires water (domestic and fire protection), sanitary sewer,
AIRCRAFT REFUELER PARKING
General. Ensure aircraft refueler parking areas
meet the following criteria at a minimum. For additional
design guidance, refer to NAVAIR 00-80T-109 and Army Corps of
Engineers TO 00-25-172.
a) Provide a minimum of 25 feet (7.6 m) between the
centerlines of adjacent refueler trucks when in the parked
position or 10 feet (3 m) minimum of clear space between
parked trucks, whichever is greater.
b) Provide a minimum of 50 feet (15 m) between a
refueler parking area and the following:
Uninhabited building for new projects.
Pump house or filter/separator building.