Army Reserve Center
Role :Architect of Record
Client :U.S. Navy
Total SF :58,400
Awards :2003 Category Winner/Institutional $10-$25 Million; Guam Contractors' Association
As the Architect for this design/build project, RIM Architects designed a new Army Reserve Center to replace the existing Reserve facilities, grouping all the Army Reserve functions into one site.
There are five buildings with two minor accessory structures. The buildings are for administration, training, storage and maintenance activities. The site allows for troop training and resource storage, and includes all their vehicles and unit equipment. There are parade grounds, an open training area, as well as a retention basin that can be used for training on their larger equipment.