The Army Corps of Engineers employed Baskervill, along with CCI and Clough Harbor & Associates, to design and construct Fort Eustis’ new TEMF facility. The project included a vehicle maintenance shop, organizational vehicle parking, an oil storage building and deployment equipment storage, and is equipped with intrusion detection systems (IDS).
This is Fort Eustis’ first design/build project and was developed to meet the government’s mandate that all new buildings must meet a minimum standard of LEED Silver. Sustainable design elements include daylighting strategies, a dual burn combustion system and employed an Integrative Design Process, where all members of the design/build team, along with the client, regularly met to discuss all aspects of the project to maximize efficiency and minimize changes.
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