Marine Corps Reserve Center and Vehicle Maintenance Facility
Location: Wright-Patt AFB, Dayton, OH
Size: 31,000 SF
Highlights: Project is LEED Silver Certified. We received an “Outstanding Performance Rating” for our work on this job.
This was a Design/Build project to build a new training center for the U. S. Marine Corps, with input from the Navy, Air Force and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The facility includes classrooms, a gymnasium, locker rooms, administrative offices, and dining facilities. It also includes a warehouse style storage for supplies including air-conditioned storage for MREs, equipment lockers, platoon spaces, Class 5 armory, SIPR/Secure rooms, vehicle maintenance facility with a fluids and lube system, emissions exhaust, and space for communication radio maintenance, telecommunications systems, extensive site work for personal vehicles and Marine vehicle parking. The project was designed and constructed in accordance with DCID 6/9 and ASHRAE 90.1 with energy reduction of 40% or greater. The facility has a standing seam metal roof, precast concrete exterior, burnished block masonry and gypsum board interior, access flooring for a firearms training system. This project required multi-engineering disciplines including architectural, mechanical, structural, civil and electrical work. This project is LEED Silver Certified. We received an “Outstanding Performance Rating” for our work on this job.
“Thanks again for the greatest project I have ever had the pleasure of being involved in. That’s because of you folks. ”
Tom F. Stevens, NAVFAC MW PWD Central
“We all agree this project went amazingly well given all the parties involved.”
Richard A. Markwell, Area Engineer, Louisville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers