Hangar 43 Renovations, Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX2018-12-03T08:48:05+00:00

Project Description

Hangar 43 Renovations, Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX

To better meet their mission, the Corpus Christi Army Depot ROICC needed existing Hangar 43 to be renovated and modernized. The existing facility was comprised of a large, 82,000-SF, ground-level hangar bay with two-story, 13,000-SF administration spaces attached at each end. Utilizing CADD technology, RS&H integrated sustainable designs for a new operationally efficient layout and provided new open office spaces, breakrooms, and ADA/ABA-compliant men’s and women’s restrooms. Additional renovations included new elevators, communication closets and tankless water heaters.

Throughout the project, RS&H worked closely with the Contractor partner, the USACE Fort Worth District, the Corpus Christi Army Depot ROICC office, and the building users to help keep the project on schedule and within budget.

Project Details

Description Defense
Hangars & Airfields
Architecture
Additions/Renovations
Design-Build
Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Structural Engineering
HVAC/Mechanical Engineering
Interior Design
Location Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX
Owner USACE Fort Worth District
Size 108,000 Square Feet
Delivery Method Design-Build
Construction Value $9.8M

Contact

Richard C. Hammett, AIA, LEED AP
Defense
904-256-2399
Richard.Hammett@rsandh.com