Burns & McDonnell developed installation development plans (IDPs) for eight bases as part of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) IDP Program. Using the new UFC 2-100-01 for Installation Master Planning, we assessed facility conditions and developed a plan for growth at each base. We facilitated a broad-based collaborative process to define each installation’s planning vision, goals and objectives. This included establishing an installation planning framework that delineates actual and potential area development plans (ADPs); incorporating sustainable development indicators (SDIs); and developing a practical capital investment strategy for IDP implementation. Analysis also considered the capabilities of existing infrastructure and facilities to meet existing and projected mission needs. Alternative courses of action (COAs) provide guidance to ensure each base is being developed with the correct capacity to maintain its mission, while allowing flexibility for future mission growth or conversion. Bases included: Kirtland AFB, New Mexico; Holloman AFB, New Mexico; Cannon AFB, New Mexico; Hill AFB, Utah; Little Rock AFB, Arkansas; Eglin AFB, Florida; Vance AFB, Oklahoma; and Vandenberg AFB, California.