Project: OANG Joint Forces Renovations
Owner: Ohio Army National Guard
Project Manager: Hamid Mukhtar, PhD, PE
Scope: This project consists of adding a new, underground, secured Facility for the Joint Command Center for Ohio Army National Guard.
Architectural: ADA Compliance, Space Programming, Floor Covering/Tile, and Security Doors & Windows. All force protection requirements were met on this Facility. Specific requirements for the facility are classified and cannot be revealed due to the nature of the Facility. Force protection requirements are met according to UFC 4-010. These requirements include security doors and blast proof protections for the entire facility.
Structural/Roofing: Design of structural support system to accommodate roof top unit loads as well as 390 PSF of soil load. 40’+ flexicore roof slabs, spread and strip foundations, reinforced concrete shear walls.
LEED / Sustainable Design: This facility was required to follow LEED NC guidelines, although the facility was not required to be certified a LEED Silver compliance level was required. In order to take advantage of sitting it was determined to lower the facility to match existing basement floor level and install a sod roof.
Mechanical: New Dedicated Outside-air Air Handling Unit, Variable Refrigerant flow heat pump system. All HVAC equipment specified was energy efficient.
Electrical: New electric service, lighting, power panels, and backup power generation. New light fixtures specified were energy efficient.