District Superintendent Office

RS&H provided multidiscipline architecture and engineering design of a new administration facility for the District Superintendent at Fort Bragg. The facility includes offices, conference rooms, and other support/administration areas, as well as a multimedia training room for continuing education use. The facility also includes historic artifacts and photo documentation of the history of Department of Defense Educational Activity (DoDEA) Schools on Fort Bragg.  

The design and placement of the building is intended to maximize the view and filter daylight on the wooded side of the facility. The building is designed to meet LEED Silver Certification, as well as meet or exceed all executive orders, including a 40 percent energy reduction as established by ASHRAE 90.1. The building includes a number of sustainable and energy reduction features, including photovoltaic parking lot lamps, photovoltaic roof panels, natural day lighting, clerestory windows, building automation systems, and recycled paving and walks. 

Project Information

Location:
Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Client:
USACE for DoDEA