35th Street Barracks Complex - Fort Campbell, KY
The project involved preparation of a Design/Build RFP package for the construction of a new 83,448 sf, 228-person barracks, 14,000 sf battalion headquarters with classrooms, and two company operations facilities totaling 30,144 sf with an 8,412 sf administration area.
The project included connecting to the energy monitoring and control systems (EMCS); HVAC systems, fire-alarm detection and reporting systems; roofing design, automatic building sprinklers; installing intrusion-detection systems; utilities; lighting, paving, walks, curbs and gutters; parking; access roads; storm drainage; information systems; and landscaping and site improvements. The barracks projects have been coordinated with the installation of a physical security plan, including all required physical security measures. Project designs employ the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) software. Sustainable principles are integrated into the development, design, and construction of each facility, and are designed to comply with LEED® Silver Certification requirements. Resistance to progressive collapse, laminated glass in windows and doors, a mass-notification system, and appropriate standoff distances provided Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) measures.
Other design elements included site investigation; civil site engineering; architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering; landscape architecture; and interior design. The RFP was prepared using the Military Transformation Wizard.
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