This supplements the IFS and should be used as a companion document and provide additional detail in the implementation of the Landscape Master Plan. Besides this Introduction, the plan includes additional sections, each organized to provide the appropriate level and scale of guidance.
Created for the architects and engineers who are designing the Installation of the Future, these performance standards contribute to Tyndall AFB’s mission readiness and to becoming a sustainable, resilient, SMART-ready base.
The performance standards have been applied in plans and designs that are driving the rebuild activities.
Adopted performance standards focus on reducing costs, optimizing operations, and enhancing stability
Tyndall AFB’s resiliency to multiple natural and manmade threats is framed in the U.S. Air Force’s doctrine known as the “5 Rs” of Resiliency. The five defining elements of resiliency are Robustness, Redundancy, Resourcefulness, Response, and Recovery.
Tyndall AFB’s Installation of the Future is designed, constructed, and operated with sustainable features as unifying priorities for all horizontal and vertical efforts. The rebuild projects incorporate criteria from a variety of proven strategies and best practices.
Tyndall AFB’s SMART building technologies will collect, display, record, analyze, and disseminate information to provide centralized visibility and communication for the monitored building and utility subsystems.
Extent to which a system can absorb an impact or prevent the impact from spreading to other parts of the system.
Extent to which a system has a diversity of methods in which it can continue to provide the required level of service.
Extent to which a system can adapt when impacted during a risk event and the speed with which it adapts.
Extent to which a system can enable installation activities to return to mission effectiveness.