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WEST POINT_

Historic Barracks Rennovation and Modernization About: Pershing Barracks, designed by renowned American architect Richard Morris Hunt and built in 1895, was a unique structure for its day, incorporating steel-framed, brick vault floors and a centralized coal-burning heating system. Atkins comprehensive renovation and modernization plan included repair of the historic granite/limestone masonry exterior, introduction of insulation/windows to meet today’s energy and security requirements, and new sustainable mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. As the building had undergone several renovations over its 120-year lifespan, Atkins designed interior finishes, plaster moldings, and lighting that re-instated the original historical character in accordance with the State Historical Preservation Atkins used high-definition laser scans, thermal imaging, and CCTV during field surveys and incorporated acquired-data into Building Information Modeling. The exhaustive field survey, employing many nondestructive testing techniques, enabled our team to preserve and restore historic elements while developing a high-quality, sustainable design that incorporated state-of-the-art technology.

Location West Point, New York 148,000 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Services Provided • Full architectural and building engineering services • Civil engineering • Interior Design • Sustainability design • Construction Administration


WEST POINT_ MacArthur Long About: Atkins supported the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in the renovation and modernization of five of the historic barracks on its campus. Our work included preserving the interior and exterior historical features of West Point’s buildings, while incorporating 21st century amenities, sustainability, and security that improve the quality of life for our future military leaders. Our team provided full multidisciplinary A-E and construction support services, including building envelope rehabilitation, exterior stone façade repairs, and new antiterrorism/ force protection compliant windows. The design also incorporated new mechanical, electrical, telecom and plumbing systems. As part of the barracks renovation program, Atkins designed a centralized chilled water plant that served all the barracks and contributed to West Point’s net-zero focus on energy reduction and conservation. Utilizing 4D visualization, Atkins also helped West Point understand the construction phasing alternatives and plan for renovation impacts on campus activities, ensuring that the cadets and the academic program were not adversely impacted by construction. The 9-year sequence of barracks renovations was brought into view, facilitating decision-making on construction haul routes, contractor laydown areas and impacts to existing utilities while maintaining pedestrian/vehicular routes and spaces for cadets and staff.

Location West Point, New York

Client U.S. Army Garrison West Point U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Services Provided • Full architectural and building engineering services • Civil engineering • Interior Design • Sustainability design • Construction Administration


WEST POINT_ MacArthur Short About: Atkins supported the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in the renovation and modernization of five of the historic barracks on its campus. Our work included preserving the interior and exterior historical features of West Point’s buildings, while incorporating 21st century amenities, sustainability, and security that improve the quality of life for our future military leaders. Our team provided full multidisciplinary A-E and construction support services, including building envelope rehabilitation, exterior stone façade repairs, and new antiterrorism/force protection compliant windows. The design also incorporated new mechanical, electrical, telecom and plumbing systems. As part of the barracks renovation program, Atkins designed a centralized chilled water plant that served all the barracks and contributed to West Point’s net-zero focus on energy reduction and conservation. Utilizing 4D visualization, Atkins also helped West Point understand the construction phasing alternatives and plan for renovation impacts on campus activities, ensuring that the cadets and the academic program were not adversely impacted by construction. The 9-year sequence of barracks renovations was brought into view, facilitating decision-making on construction haul routes, contractor laydown areas and impacts to existing utilities while maintaining pedestrian/vehicular routes and spaces for cadets and staff.

Location West Point, New York

Client U.S. Army Garrison West Point U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Services Provided • Full architectural and building engineering services • Civil engineering • Interior Design • Sustainability design • Construction Administration


WEST POINT_ Plumb Island About: The U.S. Military Academy at West Point in the renovation and modernization of five of the historic barracks on its campus. Our work included preserving the interior and exterior historical features of West Point’s buildings, while incorporating 21st century amenities, sustainability, and security that improve the quality of life for our future military leaders. Our team provided full multidisciplinary A-E and construction support services, including building envelope rehabilitation, exterior stone façade repairs, and new antiterrorism/force protection compliant windows. The design also incorporated new mechanical, electrical, telecom and plumbing systems. As part of the barracks renovation program, Atkins designed a centralized chilled water plant that served all the barracks and contributed to West Point’s net-zero focus on energy reduction and conservation. Atkins also helped West Point understand the construction phasing alternatives and plan for renovation impacts on campus activities, ensuring that the cadets and the academic program were not adversely impacted by construction. The 9-year sequence of barracks renovations was brought into view, facilitating decisionmaking on construction haul routes, contractor laydown areas and impacts to existing utilities while effectively maintaining pedestrian/vehicular routes and spaces for cadets and staff.

Location West Point, New York

Client U.S. Army Garrison West Point U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Services Provided • Higher education renovation and expansion • Work performed under an IDIQ contract • Classroom and office space • Highly technical renovation and expansion • Coordination of new construction within fabric of current campus • Successful coordination of multiple stakeholders


WEST POINT_

Waste Water Treatment Plant About: Atkins was the managing partner in a joint venture that provided a full-service design for a state-of-the-art waste water treatment plant (WWTP) for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The new WWTP includes primary, secondary, and tertiary wastewater treatment facilities that were designed for a minimum 50-year life and increased the capacity from existing to meet projected future needs in accordance with New York State’s clean water regulations. In addition to full architectural and building engineering services, Atkins is responsible for sustainable design and Net Zero strategies, including the use of bio-gas in the production of plant electricity. Located in a high visibility area along the Hudson River, the WWTP site footprint and architectural character were critical components of the design. To maximize available land area for adjacent playing fields, the planning incorporated plant functions into buildings and structures organized to minimize the plant size and views into the plant. In addition, the architectural character of the structures was designed to be compatible with the prevailing Gothic style of the West Point campus.

Location

Services Provided

West Point, New York 2.2 acres

• Full architectural and engineering services • Civil engineering • Landscape design • Sustainability design

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


SAN ANGELO_ Goodfellow Barracks About: Atkins provided full architectural and engineering services for the design and construction of a new 200-room, multistory student dormitory at Goodfellow Air Force Base near San Angelo, Texas. This $22.8 million project, coupled with future dormitory projects, will eliminate overcrowding and provide students with enhanced living conditions. The 113,882-squdesign, includes a 6,300-squarefoot pavilion/basketball court. The facility has 200 two-person bedroom modules (thereby accommodating 400 students total) and includes an administrative area, laundry, parking, and other site improvements. The design also included a central corridor dormitory that mirrors the design of neighboring Building 3139, military training leader offices, new troop walks, pavilions, and an energy-efficient chiller plant that provides air-conditioning service to all local facilities. Designed to achieve a LEED Silver rating, the new dormitory was officially opened in the summer of 2011. Atkins faced numerous administrative challenges on this fast-track, design-build project, beginning with the extremely aggressive design and construction schedule. Additionally, during design, the owner requested several modifications to the required multiple-phase design deliverables. In response, Atkins facilitated ongoing coordination and communication between the contractor, owner, and design team. Atkins’ efforts resulted in each phase of the design package/deliverable being submitted within the designated time frame, including appropriate client review and approval periods, to maintain the schedule.

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Services Provided

San Angelo, Texas 113,882 SF

• Full architectural design • Construction management • Engineering

Client Mortenson Company


FORT HOOD_

Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing (UEPH) Community Building About: Atkins was on the design-build team to provide the required engineering, architectural and interior design, and construction of a three-story unaccompanied enlisted personnel housing (UEPH) community building. The project, with an estimated construction cost of $34 million, provided optimum floor plan relationships in a residential environment. The modular design, which offers minimal materials waste, minimal material exposure to inclement weather, and minimal site disturbance, is a functional and aesthetically pleasing barracks facility that qualifies for LEED Silver certification. Each dwelling unit contains two bedrooms with a walk-in closet and shared common area with a full-service kitchen, dining space, and bathroom.

Location

Services Provided

Killeen, Texas 174,400 SF

• Interior design • Sustainable design (LEED)

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Fort Worth District


WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE_ Company Operations Facility About:

Services Provided

Location

The Company Operations Facility at the White Sands Missile Range supports troop deployment and provides administrative and readiness modules for six engineering battalion companies. Atkins provided all engineering services for this project. Programmed spaces included: three small, two medium, and one large operation module; six command and 24 platoon office administration spaces; readiness areas; men’s and women’s showers and locker rooms; a covered hardstand of approximately 12,700 sf; secured/unsecured storage; and six secured vaults. Design and construction achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification, and the project was executed under a highly compressed schedule — Atkins provided three design packages over three months within a total D-B fast-track schedule of 16 months.

• Architecture • Civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering • Construction administration • Construction documents • Design-build planning and programming • Interior design • Revit BIM technology • Security design (AT/FP) • Site grading design • Sustainable design • Value engineering

White Sands, New Mexico 54,700 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Fort Worth District


FORT BENNING_

Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities About: As part of the IL Fleming/Engineering Design Technologies joint venture team, Atkins provided design and construction support services for the development of an Armed Forces Chaplaincy Center at Fort Jackson. This design-build project (part of the Base Realignment and Closure [BRAC] program) involved a $10.5 million, two-story facility of 50,353 sf that complements the existing U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School at Fort Jackson. Together, the facilities enable state-of-the-art chaplaincy training for military personnel, while providing an appropriate venue for spiritual and religious activities. The new facility consolidates educational and training facilities for the Inter-Service Training Facility (ISTF), Naval Chaplain School (NCS), and Air Force Chaplain Service Institute (AFCSI), while maintaining a distinctive identity for each service.

Services Provided

Location

• Architectural design • CADD • Construction documents • Construction oversight • Electrical engineering • Fire protection design • Full-time superintendent services • Interior design • Landscape architecture • Mechanical engineering • Security design (AT/FP) • Site/civil design • Sustainable design • Underground utility relocation

Fort Benning, Georgia 157,400 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


FORT JACKSON_

Armed Forces Chaplaincy Center About: As part of the IL Fleming/Engineering Design Technologies joint venture team, Atkins provided design and construction support services for the development of an Armed Forces Chaplaincy Center at Fort Jackson. This design-build project (part of the Base Realignment and Closure [BRAC] program) involved a $10.5 million, two-story facility of 50,353 sf that complements the existing U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School at Fort Jackson. Together, the facilities enable state-of-the-art chaplaincy training for military personnel, while providing an appropriate venue for spiritual and religious activities. The new facility consolidates educational and training facilities for the Inter-Service Training Facility (ISTF), Naval Chaplain School (NCS), and Air Force Chaplain Service Institute (AFCSI), while maintaining a distinctive identity for each service.

Services Provided

Location

• Architectural design • CADD • Construction documents • Construction oversight • Electrical engineering • Fire protection design • Full-time superintendent services • Interior design • Landscape architecture • Mechanical engineering • Security design (AT/FP) • Site/civil design • Sustainable design • Underground utility relocation

Fort Jackson, South Carolina 50,352 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Savannah District


COMSTOCK BORDER PATROL COMPLEX_

Dept. of Housing and Residential Life About: Designed by Atkins, this facility features a 50,000-square-foot border patrol station, a 3,500-square-foot checkpoint facility, an 11,800-square-foot vehicle/ facility maintenance building, a short-stay kennel, a state-of-the-art indoor firing range, carwash, fueling station, and a helicopter landing pad. The station is capable of accommodating up to 250 agents, while also featuring upgraded training, surveillance, security, and operational facilities. The new indoor firing range, for example, is the only such USBP training facility in South Texas, providing greater flexibility and ability to train and certify USBP agents. “The new Comstock station is a key component in the border-protection strategy of the Department of Homeland Security,” said Greg Wilk, Atkins federal business unit division manager. “It significantly expands the USBP’s capabilities in the Del Rio sector, and the facility itself is vital to accommodating thegrowth of the USBP agent force, which has doubled since 2004.”

Location

Client

Comstock, Texas 65,300 SF

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Forth Worth District

Services Provided • Architecture • BIM • Interior and structural design • Site/civil, structural, plumbing, and mechanical engineering • Site/facility electrical and telecommunications systems

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• HVAC • Energy conservation • Fire protection • Sustainable design • Construction and demolition waste management

• Security (antiterrorism/ force protection) design • Environmental engineering • Landscape architecture • Permitting


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FORT RILEY_

Warrior in Transition Complex About: The objective for the Warrior in Transition Complex was to design and construct facilities for the military that were consistent with the design and construction practices used for civilian sector projects that perform similar functions to the military projects. The Army required that these buildings have a 25-year useful design life before being subject to a possible reuse or renovation requirement. WT complexes are required by the Army to encompass living, training, social interaction, and administrative/command operations. The facility was designed to allow injured or temporarily disabled soldiers to live, eat, train, and work together. WTUAS are comprised of administration, command operations, special functions, storage, and support areas. The interior design team will provide comprehensive interior design and structural interior design documentation of fixtures, fi nishes and equipment (FF&E) in all spaces and include color boards depicting the proposed texture and color palate. Specifically, our interior designers will coordinate with the users to defi ne the requirements for furniture, equipment, and storage in order to provide easily maintained and durable materials. The overall interior design as an identity unique to the facility while supporting the LEEDÂŽ goals, sustainability, safety, and durability.

Location Fort Riley, Kansas 148,000 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District

Services Provided • Interior Design


TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE _ Fitness Center About: Atkins worked closely with Tyndall AFB and USACE Mobile District for design of a new 71,336 SF fitness center. Atkins provided full architectural design services including programming and was successful in meeting tight site constraints, maximizing square footages and bringing the project in under budget. The project was the first to Air Force project to receive LEED Platinum Certification.

Location Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida 71,336 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Mobile District

Services Provided • Architecture • BIM • Civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering • Construction administration • Cost estimating • Design charrettes • HVAC design • Interior design • New facility design • Security design (AT/FP) • Sustainable design (LEED)

Awards Merit Award for Concept Design, Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment, 2009 Building of America Gold Medal Winner, 2011 USACE Chief of Engineers Award of Excellence, Design Category, 2012


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HICKAM MUNITIONS_

F-22 Upgrade Munitions Complex

About: Atkins provided full A-E design services for construction of a Total Force Integration F-22 upgrade munitions complex at Hickam Air Force Base (AFB) in Honolulu, Hawaii. This work was performed as a task order under a $62 million, 5-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with the National Guard Bureau for A-E services. Development of this LEED Silver, $22.2 million, 132,800-square-foot, multi-facility F-22 munitions complex encompassed the creation of multiple buildings: earth-covered storage igloos, earth-covered munitions maintenance shop and inspection facility, aboveground multi-cubical magazine bays, munitions inert storage, munitions administration building, trailer maintenance and storage, and ram pads. Work included plans and specifications related to site infrastructure, architecture, utilities, pavements, fire suppression, communications, intrusion detection system, security systems, and explosive siting. Plans created by Atkins for this task order, once approved by the Department of Defense Explosive Safety Board (DDESB), will serve as the standard for all future Air National Guard munitions facility construction worldwide. Also, at the time of completion, this project was the only munitions complex to receive a LEED Silver certification. The project has an anticipated water savings of more than 56% through the use of low-flow fixtures, which qualified for LEED exemplary performance. Energy savings are estimated to be a 19.9% improvement per EPAct 2005, with an overall 21.2% of energy cost savings.

Location Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii 132,800 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District

Services Provided • Architecture • Cost estimating • Fire protection design • Interior design • Landscape architecture • MEP engineering • Scheduling • Security design (AT/FP) • Site/civil engineering • Structural engineering • Sustainable design (LEED)

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FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE_ Fitness Center About: Located in a 1943 converted warehouse, the existing fitness center facility at Fairchild Air Force Base houses an aquatic center and the Air Force’s water survival training school. When structural failure resulted in a large portion of the facility becoming unusable, Atkins assisted with this emergency repair project by providing a conceptual design to replace the existing physical fitness and aquatic center facility; maintaining and/or improving facility functions and operations while supporting the training school in its mission. The charrette goal was to gather the information necessary to develop a solution that would meet the needs of the user groups, satisfy the requirements of the DD Form 1391 from a functional area and cost perspective, and prepare for the preparation of a design-build request for proposals package to expedite delivery of the replacement physical fitness center facility. The final charrette report documented findings based on collected data and provided recommendations that were presented at an outbriefing.

Services Provided • Architecture • Building analysis • Charrettes • Conceptual design • Data collection and analysis • New facility design • RFP development • Security design (AT/FP) • Utility coordination

Location West Point, New York 8,060 SM SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Huntsville Engineering and Support Center


ST. JOHN’S COUNTY_

Fire Rescue Administration Building About:

Services Provided

The St. John’s County Fire Rescue Administration facility stands as an example Air Force Base houses an aquatic center and the Air Force’s water survival training school. When structural failure resulted in a large portion of the facility becoming unusable, Atkins assisted with this emergency repair project by providing a conceptual design to replace the existing physical fitness and aquatic center facility; maintaining and/or improving facility functions and operations while supporting the training school in its mission.

• Facility houses administration, operations, logistics, fire prevention, training, emergency management service billing, and back-up support for radio communications to an Emergency Operations Center • Interior finishes met performance standards to function well and be easy to maintain and respond to environmental concerns through application of the LEED certification program • This design provides a comfortable work environment that is classic, timeless and reflects the interests of the building occupants

The charrette goal was to gather the information necessary to develop a solution that would meet the needs of the user groups, satisfy the requirements of the DD Form 1391 from a functional area and cost perspective, and prepare for the preparation of a design-build request for proposals package to expedite delivery of the replacement physical fitness center facility. The final charrette report documented findings based on collected data and provided recommendations that were presented at an outbriefing.

Location St. John’s County, Florida 30, 638 SM SF

Client St. John’s County Fire Dept.


HOLLOWMAN AIR FORCE BASE_ Child Developement Center

About: The existing facility at Fairchild Air Force Base houses an aquatic center and the Air Force’s water survival training school. When structural failure resulted in a large portion of the facility becoming unusable, Atkins assisted with this emergency repair project by providing a conceptual design to replace the existing physical fitness and aquatic center facility; maintaining and/or improving facility functions and operations, supporting the training school in its mission. The charrette goal was to gather the information necessary to develop a solution that would meet the needs of the user groups, satisfy the requirements of the DD Form 1391 from a functional area and cost perspective, and prepare for the preparation of a design-build request for proposals package to expedite delivery of the replacement physical fitness center facility. The final charrette report documented findings based on collected data and provided recommendations that were presented at an outbriefing.

Services Provided • A-E services for addition, renovation, and HVAC improvements • Use of BIM technology • Fast-track design

Location Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico 12,088 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


YUMA PROVING GROUND_

Free Fall Simulator for Special Operations Forces About: The facility at Yuma Proving Ground houses an aquatic center and the Air Force’s water survival training school. When structural failure resulted in a large portion of the facility becoming unusable, Atkins assisted with this emergency repair project by providing a conceptual design to replace the existing physical fitness and aquatic center facility; maintaining and/or improving facility functions and operations, supporting the training school in its mission. The goal was to gather the information necessary to develop a solution that would meet the needs of the user groups, satisfy the requirements of the DD Form 1391 from a functional area and cost perspective, and prepare for the preparation of a design-build request for proposals package to expedite delivery of the replacement physical fitness center facility final charrette report documented findings based on collected data and provided recommendations that were presented.

Services Provided

Location

•Conducted planning charette • DD Form 1391 preparation • Developed design-build request for proposals package using Transformation Model RFP process • Provided 30 percent conceptual design • LEED Silver • Value engineering analysis

Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona 6,000 SF

Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


COLCHESTER_

Garrison at Colchester, UK About: Located in a Colchester, United Kingdom, the existing Garrison facility houses an aquatic center and the Air Force’s water survival training school. When structural failure resulted in a large portion of the facility becoming unusable, Atkins assisted with this emergency repair project by providing a conceptual design to replace the existing physical fitness and aquatic center facility; maintaining and/or improving facility functions and operations while supporting the training school in its mission. The charrette goal was to gather the information necessary to develop a solution that would meet the needs of the user groups, satisfy the requirements of the DD Form 1391 from a functional area and cost perspective, and prepare for the preparation of a design-build request for proposals package to expedite delivery of the replacement physical fitness center facility. The final charrette report documented findings based on collected data and provided recommendations that were presented at an outbriefing.

Services Provided • Scope included full A-E services, master planning, programming, site design, interiors, and construction administration • One of the largest Defence Private Finance Initiative projects in the United Kingdom and the first new garrison in over 100 years • Developed an effective green transportation scheme • Delivered five months ahead of schedule

Location Colchester, United Kingdom


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GRAND FORKS AIR FORCE BASE_

Air Traffic Control Tower + Radar Approach Control Facility About: Atkins designed a 17,876-square-foot air traffic control tower (ATCT) and collocated radar and approach control (RAPCON) facility at Grand Forks Air Force Base. The base provides aerial refueling, airlift, and aeromedical evacuation support to U.S. and worldwide allied forces that use the KC-135R Stratotanker. To meet future needs at the base, the new facility coordinates flights from the tower in and out of the base, and from instrument flight rule operations in and around the base and Grand Forks International Airport. The scope of work for this $12.5 million contract included demolition of existing facilities and construction of a new ATCT and RAPCON. Constructed of similar materials and collocated for operational efficiencies, the new structures meet U.S. Air Force and Federal Aviation Administration standards for safety, efficiency, and uncompromised control of flying traffic. The RAPCON is a two-story, 11,686-squarefoot building that houses administrative 175* and operational functions, along with radar approach control equipment, a traffic controller simulator, electrical and communications rooms, and a training area. A separate structure, the 6,190-square-foot ATCT connects to the RAPCON on both levels and has a hexagon-shaped cab level to provide required views. During design, value engineering efforts resulted in betterments, or changes to the established requirements, to either reduce costs or improve the final construction. Atkins provided 60, 90, and 100 percent construction documents, which included plans, technical specifications, and design analysis reports. Construction and construction management were performed by Peter R. Brown Construction (a subsidiary of Atkins), partnered with Community Contractors of Grand Forks. 155* All construction activities were conducted on an active military airfield, requiring maintenance of site security.

Services Provided

Location

88* • Full architectural and building engineering services • Civil engineering • Interior Design • Sustainability design • Construction Administration

Grand Forks Air Base, North177* Dakota 17,876 SF

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SAN MARCOS_

Armed Forces Reserve Center About: Atkins provided full architectural design-build services for this new, $25 million Armed Forces Reserve Center located on a 15-acre site. The center includes a 62,648-square-foot training building that houses both Army Reserve and Texas National Guard functions, a 29,700-square-foot heated storage building, a 25,717-square-foot organizational maintenance shop, and a 722-square-foot unheated storage building. The site also includes parking spaces for 172 privately owned vehicles and 13,700 square yards for military equipment parking. Site improvements include domestic water, wastewater, fire water, and natural gas services; grading and landscaping; erosion controls; paving, walks, and curbs; stormwater detention; communications; electric; HVAC; CATV; security mass notification systems; fire protection; security fencing; and landscaping. All facilities and improvements are designed to meet Department of Defense minimum antiterrorism/force protection standards. The project is being constructed to attain a LEED Silver designation.

Location San Marcos, Texas 118,787 SF

Client Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc.

Services Provided • Architectural design • Structural design • Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing • Civil engineering • Interior design • Furnishings, fixtures, and equipment • Site improvements • LEED certification preparation


VALUE ENGINEERING + 1391 CHARRETTES_ Atkins regularly conducts or participates in independent Value Engineering Charrettes. The time invested in a value engineering workshop produces impressive results. Held during the initial planning stages, the time spent on the workshop has little impact on the final project schedule and redesign costs. The independent team brings a fresh perspective to the project based on their professional construction experience. Clients who defined the initial criteria for value in the information phase experience increased satisfaction with the finished product at a reduced overall project cost. In the end, the project generally has fewer changes and delays throughout the construction process and greater functionality and value for the end client. Although value engineering began as a cost-saving measure, it is becoming a valued project management technique that addresses all aspects of the building lifecycle from the initial construction through the sustainability of sourced materials and utility efficiency of the final project. The project team can bring positive environmental and social impact solutions to the table including methods for reducing the carbon footprint of transportation, building, and operation as well as suggestions that positively affect the safety and wellness of the surrounding community.

Utilize modified bitumen for a portion of the building

Proposed Modified Bitumen Concept


OUR TEAM_

More than 3 years:

Martin Pease

Shad Shafie

Dale Austin

Steve Moller

Lauren Alexander

Matt Leiner

Andrew Perez

Ted Tran

Bill Ljungquist

Bruce Hoelscher

John Alford

John Ilter

David Heideman

Pete Trevin

Joanna Switzer

Omar Myers

John Johnson

Don Koppy

Justin Thielman

Kellie Ramos

Mark Forma

Richard Mathews

Mark Cuddy


Up to 3 years:

Jay Fleming

Ksenia Nation

Alberto Secondi

Waseem Abdelfattah

Kimberly Petras

Julio Carrillo

Aaron Young

Kristi Merdler

Tristan Snyder

Chris Powitzky

Don Eckols

Efrain Velez

Yao Yu

Peter Schmidt

Mike Solomon

Hong Zhu

Kasian Tomyn

Craig Siress

Eugene Cai

Paul DiCicco

Thank you for considering our federal architecture team for your next project. For insight into all of our federal services, please visit www.atkinsglobal.com/ northamerica or contact us directly at 1.972.588.3223 to speak with one of our professionals.

Dan Felice

Osamah Nafea

www.atkinsglobal.com/northamerica

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Second version of Fed. Arch. Port.

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