Security Forces Headquarters - MacDill Air Force Base, FL

The Pond team provided full architecture and engineering design services for a Design-Build RFP for this Security Forces Headquarters facility and ancillary storage building under a JV contract with USACE Louisville District. The new facility  consolidates the base’s active duty and reserve security forces functions, which previously operated in multiple locations. The one-story building functions as a cornerstone for the architectural character in this area of the base. Architectural elements include brick with precast concrete accents, cast stone wainscoting and standing seam metal roofing. The project includes the latest in Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) design requirements, the preparation of SID/CID packages, as well as the requirement for LEED® certification.

The facility includes office/administration space, command suites, training areas, classrooms, interview rooms, holding cells, detention space, a guardmount room, a control center, armories and locker rooms.

Scope of services also included:

  • Design-Build RFP Package
  • Programming / Space Planning
  • On-Site Charrettes
  • Interior Design (CID/SID)

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