LEED Certified (NC v. 2.2) Silver
Architect: cass|sowatsky|chapman + associates
Client: United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Southwestern Division
Design/Build Partner: Harper Construction Co.
Location: Lawton, OK
Total Floor Area: 125,000 SF
Project Budget: $45M (appx.)
- RFP development
- LEED Documentation and registration
- Design/Build Schematic Design and Design Development phases with General Contractor
- Full-Spectrum Construction Documentation package development
- Consultant & USACE coordination
- Record drawings
The $45 million center includes four main buildings, computer classrooms, a 125,000-square-foot training center, and a 48,000-square-foot heated storage facility on the 28-acre tract. One of its unique features is an underground thermal springs heating plant.
The new facility will allow the Reserve and National Guard to better train and perform unit administrative and logistics functions in preparation for wartime missions as well as integrate its missions with the active-duty component. The facility includes classrooms, storage facilities, ample parking and state of the art workout and locker room facilities.
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