The campus consisted of eight separate buildings totaling 1.6 million square feet, built concurrently with a 34.5kV underground site distribution system. Connected through a series of bridges, this complex included a three-story research center, which contained an Anechoic Chamber, two five-story operations buildings, a four-story Command and Control facility which contained a C4I Command Center, as well as mission training and maintenance facilities. Developed by reducing their footprint as much as possible, this space maximized green space, vistas, and daylight as much as possible to minimize site disturbance. This project is currently the largest and most technically complex of the BRAC projects built in the State of Maryland and has won two awards from the Associated General Contractors of Metropolitan Washington.
Designed in accordance with UFC 4-010-01, our scope of work for the C4ISR buildings included standardization of equipment and equipment configurations which aided the government in reducing long-term operation and maintenance costs. The buildings contained SCIF spaces, required access control and were constructed to ATFP and LEED requirements.