The Project :Building 661 was gutted, renovated and repurposed to house the US Army’s Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC); led by a four-star General, a number of one- and two-star Generals and their military and civilian staffs. Edgewater’s scope for this 3-story 100,938 SF building included upgraded office suites for the Generals and staff, a formal greeting area for guests, several high tech conference rooms with capabilities for secure teleconferences, large team collaborating work areas, and SIPR work areas on each floor with centralized computer and security control. The perimeter of the entire building was outfitted with blast resistant curtains.
The Challenge :This renovation was the final project at Fort Eustis to accommodate a major command headquarter move under the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Act. The completion date was rigid with no margin for error due to BRAC regulations and a fixed deadline for command members to move from Fort Monroe.
Value Added :Project was fast-tracked and completed on time to meet a stringent fixed deadline.
Construction Value :$ 7,400,000
Location: Fort Eustis, VA