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This $20 million U.S. Army Corps of Engineers military construction project entailed the construction of a new base command center and range operations control facility for the Army National Training Center.

The project provided office, administrative and multi-purpose training facilities, as well as storage; and it included four acres of parking with landscaping and site development. The 69,100 Square Foot facility is a two-story, steel-framed and reinforced masonry structure with concrete footings, slab and decks

Command and Control Facility, Fort Irwin, CA

Design-Bid-Build:

Command and Control Facility, Fort Irwin, CA

Architect:

USACE Sacramento

Owner:

US Army Corps of Engineers

Type of Construction:

New

Contract Value:

$19.9 million

CCASS Evaluation:

Outstanding

Awards:

US Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Division Military Construction Contactor of the Year Award.

“Cox takes the time to go over all items that are required from the smallest items to the largest. Their quality control team is always checking the project making sure that all work is per the contract requirement.”

Phyllis Holley, USACE, Construction Representative