U.S. Army Ft. Belvoir Emergency Services Center - LEED® Management Services

Client: Zivic & Hurdle Architects Fairfax, VA
Owner: US Army Corps of Engineers
Project Location: Ft. Belvoir, Virginia
Cost: $6.5 million
Completion: 2010

The new 15,000 square foot, three-bay Emergency Services Center facility is located on the old proving ground section of the US Army Ft Belvoir Post, approximately 20 miles south of Washington DC. The project is designed to achieve a LEED® Silver rating. In addition to housing ambulances, bomb detection and fire fighting equipment, the facility features dormitory, dining and training areas for the emergency crews stationed at the ECS.

Environmental Design Features:

• Designed to maximize natural daylight, with black-out shades in the dormitory space.
• Water reduction features including all high-efficiency fixtures
• 90% of stormwater is filtered on-site to prevent undesirable pollutant runoff.
• Optimized HVAC system
• Open courtyard allows for air-drying of equipment.




TL provided “LEED during Construction” services to the contractor, Grunley Construction Inc. and prepared the:

• CDWR Plan
• IAQ Plan
• Materials tracking log and assistance
• Commissioning Coordination

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