Ft. Meade Army Reserve Center

Fort Meade, MD


Client

US Army Corps of Engineers

Architect

Mason & Hanger

Facility

Army Reserve Center

Financing

FedGov

Project Scope
  • 233,421 gsf
  • 23.70 acres
  • Structural Steel
  • Brick
  • Central VAV

Ft. Meade Army Reserve Center

The Ft. Meade U.S. Army Reserve Center is an 1800-member, 214,600 sq. ft. training facility for Army reservists. The center consists of the two-story Training Building, the Unit Storage Building, the Organizational Maintenance Shop (OMS) Building, the Unheated Storage Building, and associated parking and infrastructure. The center consolidates training facilities for 17 units of reservists on the Ft. Meade military base in Maryland.

The facility was designed by Mason & Hanger of Lexington, Kentucky for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District, with a heavily reinforced concrete foundation system, structural steel frame, blastproof masonry enclosures, manufactured stone and brick exteriors, cast stone, and a standing seam metal roof system.

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