Construction underway at Molesworth to advance European security initiatives

The project, the latest as part of the EIC initiative, represents a significant step toward enhancing intelligence capabilities by revolutionizing analysis operations in Europe.



By U.S. European Command Public Affairs United States European Command RAF MOLESWORTH, England Apr 12, 2024
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A groundbreaking ceremony for the European Infrastructure Consolidation project’s new Joint Intelligence Analysis Complex building was held at RAF Molesworth, England, on April 12, 2024.

The project, the latest as part of the EIC initiative, represents a significant step toward enhancing intelligence capabilities by revolutionizing analysis operations in Europe. The ceremony serves as a tangible U.S. commitment to European security by curating facilities that meet the needs of a modern force now and in the future. “

The JIAC project will consolidate approximately 1,700 personnel into a modern facility, replacing outdated infrastructure and improving operational efficiency – main tenants of the EIC program designed to help maintain a persistent and capable presence in Europe. In this way U.S. forces are best positioned to advance European security initiatives and respond to crisis alongside Allies and partners.

“Leveraging Alliances is an urgent necessity in our current global environment,” said Suzanne White, deputy director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. “The JIAC will be a model of integration, enhancing our relationships with Allies and partners to deter aggression in any domain, in any region, at any time.”

The construction contract is quickly progressing from design to full early implementation. Construction is scheduled to begin during 2024 and is expected to be complete in four years.

The Department of Defense designed the project with a two-stage procurement strategy. This empowered stakeholder agencies to provide feedback and streamline scheduling requirements. The estimated project cost is $556.5M.

For more information visit: https://www.501csw.usafe.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/3739704/groundbreaking-ceremony-marks-milestone-for-eic-project-in-europe/ 

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