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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District

Air Force Technical Applications Center

Optimizing a mission

The Air Force Technical Applications Center's mission is to enhance national security by empowering scientists to detect nuclear activity across the globe – underground, underwater, in the atmosphere, or in space – ensuring countries adhere to their nuclear treaties. These state-of-the-art facilities are crucial to this mission.

Flad developed design-build bridging documents to replace an outdated building with a 276,000-square-foot, LEED Silver certified command and control facility. The project includes a 38,000-square-foot radiochemistry lab with suites for sample characterization, radiochemistry operations/analysis, alpha/beta/gamma counting, and mass spectrometry. The facility also includes an 8,700-square-foot data center.

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LocationPatrick Air Force Base, Florida

CertificationLEED Silver

RecognitionDesign-Build Institute of America: Civic Buildings, National Award of Merit

Project TypeScience & Technology