Harmon Drive Widening and Gate

Improving the security and training capabilities for Randolph AFB.

For this multi-phase project, FSB initially provided complete construction documents to widen and reconstruct one of the base’s main thoroughfares — Harmon Drive. The roadway stretches for a full half mile, extending from the main gate and ending with a turning circle next to historic Building 100. Known as the “Taj Mahal” to base personnel, the building was constructed in 1931 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Work on the site included upgrades and replacements to utilities along Harmon Drive, including storm water, sanitary sewer, communication duct bank, signaled crosswalks and an irrigation system, among others.

Phase II incorporated the final segment of roadway improvements at the main entry gate to the base. FSB designed and implemented the latest Department of Defense-mandated antiterrorism/force protection guidelines, plus modified the entry gate and guardhouse. Landscaping and completion of all utility systems wrapped up the project.

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Randolph Air Force Base, TX


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District | U.S. Air Force



mile of new entrance roadway
construction date of historic building 100
compliance with AT/FP standards