Marine Corps Reserve Center
Warner Robins, Georgia
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District
4,256 (Building 2065)
31,235 (Building 2066)
20,077 (Building 2067)
43,000 (New Hangar)
The Marine Corps Reserve Center (MCRC) project relocated Marine Corps Reserve units from the Naval Air Station in Atlanta, Georgia, to Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins, Georgia. The project scope included construction of a 40,375 sf, multi-story, Type I hangar, renovations and upgrades to existing hangars 2066 and 2067, and renovations to Building 2065. This new Type I hangar features a foam fire suppression system and two seven-ton overhead bridge cranes. This hangar houses the ground support, maintenance, and storage of eight AH-1J Sea Cobra helicopters. Support and administrative spaces are located on the first and second levels of the hangar, along with new parking.
Renovation of existing hangars 2065, 2066 and 2067 also were part of this project and serve as maintenance shops for equipment and supply storage. Building 2065 received minor renovations for ground support. Hangar 2066 was retrofitted to include administrative areas as well as a flight simulator and mobile armory. Hangar 2067 was renovated and is used as an equipment and parts storage area. Both hangars have upgrades, which include security and identification systems.
This project is LEED Certified.
Awards & Recognition
- 2011 First Place, AGC Build Georgia Awards
- 2011 First Place, AGC Sustainable Projects
- 2011 Sustained and Superior Safety Award, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers