After being cut from the original base relocation project for budget reasons, the new Base Civil Engineering Maintenance and Training Facility for the 164th Airlift Wing received funding in late 2009. This 20,000-square-foot facility houses staff offices, workshop space and a shop yard. The BCE design has been awarded USGBC’s LEED Gold, along with meeting additional energy efficiency criteria mandated by the Department of Defense.
In conjunction with the team of CH2M Hill and our associate designers, EOCR and DMJM H&N, The Crump Firm was also selected by the Air National Guard to provide comprehensive planning and design services to construct a new airbase for the Tennessee Air National Guard. The Crump Firm was assigned the lead role in managing the overall design of the building projects to a 40 percent level as well as the actual design of seven of the facilities, including industrial and administration buildings.
The Crump Firm, Inc. also coordinated the efforts of a multi-discipline team of engineering consultants from all over the country. In addition to management and building design, The Crump Firm, Inc. was involved in the initial user needs assessments and facility programming, as well as cost estimating and design guidelines and specifications for all 11 of the facilities.
- 20,000 sq ft
- Architecture Interiors Planning
- Airport & Governmental Sustainable Design
- Energy Efficient - Dept. of Defense
- Awarded USGBC's LEED Gold