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The Details
Location: Fort Lee, Virginia
Size: 112,268 square feet
Value: $17,187,336
Completion Date: February, 2005
Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build
Owner: Army Corps of Engineers
Architects: Army Corps of Engineers

Aerial Delivery and Field Services Training Center was a two-phased project with a total square footage of 112,268. Phase 1 included the construction of a new running track. Phase II included the demolition of the existing athletic field and miscellaneous site improvements, construction of a 112,268 square foot training two-story, slab on grade, steel frame structure, metal roof, brick veneer building.

The building features 14 classrooms, several offices and a distinctive 80-foot parachute drying tower. The facility has features such as packing lanes for 100 parachutes, a state-of-the-art auditorium and the latest in automated classrooms.

The automated classrooms provide training for up to 25 Aerial Delivery Material Officers Course students and provides a theater training/lecture environment that allows soldiers to interact with instructors and other remote location students.