The Kuwait Air Force Flight Training Center- (KAF) project involves the design and construction of a central simulator facility and seven ancillary buildings.
A C-130 simulator and a new Flying Training facility were created as part of the project. FTC construction is of the highest standard. The KAF-FTC has two story of halls that can house a total of 4WSTs. The overall floor area is 4,140 square meters. In addition to the typical utilities, roads, parking, and service buildings located outside of a building (Total Area 200m x 200m). In the absence of a comprehensive plan for the area, the building had to provide its own power generators, fuel storage tanks, water for household use and fire protection, sewage storage tanks, submersible pumps, and storage structures.
AGCO was responsible for all design work. Analyzing the Design, reworking the UFGS Specifications, doing the Design computations, and drawing out the Design were all part of this process. The building itself stands at a height of 3 meters on each of its two stories, with a 12-meter gap between its two side bays. Steel is used for the main structure, which is then coated with precast concrete panels designed for this project. In addition to the two main high bay portions, there are a total of 62 separate rooms, each with its own specialized interior finish.