Tag Archives: Green Buildings

FTW373A Warm Storage Hangar

This 56,000 SF helicopter hangar is located at the historic LADD Army Airfield on Fort Wainwright Army Base. The Warm Storage Hangar is a clear-span, high-bay open structure designed to provide heated storage for seven Blackhawk helicopters. The building features a high-performance envelope for the arctic environment that includes R-60 walls and R-90 roof insulation

F-35 ADAL Field Training Facility

The F-35 Field Training facility renovation and addition will support maintenance training requirements for the F-35A bed down at Eielson Air Force Base. The renovation of Building 4280 includes a 24,000 SF addition to the existing facility. The 4,000 SF renovation allows space for instructor-led training, self-paced study via interactive work stations, and mock-ups of

F-35 Flight Simulator Facility

The F-35 Flight Simulator Facility contains six Lockheed Martin simulator pods. These pods will be the primary pilot training center for F-35A aircraft on Eielson Air Force Base. The 32,000 SF training facility is expected to be fully operational in 2019. The flight simulators are supported by an extensive computer network that is capable of

Alaska Airlines Hangar

Alaska Airlines is taking proactive steps to meet the evolving infrastructure needs of its hangar facilities for airside operations at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. With the planned inclusion of new Boeing 737-max aircraft to its fleet mix, larger models, as well as future considerations for wide body aircraft, the new 110,000 SF 2-bay hangar

RurAL CAP Safe Harbor Village

Safe Harbor Inn, once housed in the former Ramada Inn, is a rental development that provides supportive housing for low-income or special needs individuals and families. The success of Safe Harbor Inn’s program has created the need for additional space, which will be gained by replacing the How-How Restaurant with additional living units.  This revitalization project

FTW369B Company Operations Facility

This design-build project created a 13,100 sf facility designed for a single Army company that operates as a 100-person unit. The project was delivered as a Fast Track Design-Build project and is similar to an office/warehouse type facility. Design features included numerous functional improvements to the government prototype plan and extensive translucent clerestory glazing that

F-22 7-Bay Aircraft Weather Shelter – Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson

This 45,170 sf structure was part of the base expansion to support the F-22 squadrons stationed at JBER. The hangar was intended for aircraft parking, fueling, and light maintenance. This project was delivered as a Fast Track Design Build. This structure was designed as a seven aircraft hangar facility with a common core area that

Susitna Valley Jr/Sr High School

After fire destroyed the school in 2007 our planning team immediately engaged the community in a process that honored the independent spirit of Talkeetna, a community grounded in Alaska’s wild landscape. The welcoming entry links the library, multipurpose room, stage and music rooms, creating an open, flexible environment from the moment students, teachers and visitors

Mountain View Library

Recycle, Reuse, Reimagine! It began its life as a branch library then was converted to offices and now a Library again – but what a transformation. The dark inward focused structure is enlivened by new clerestory lighting and a complete makeover of the interiors. Much more than just a library, additions created community gathering spaces

Machetanz Elementary School

Machetanz was the first school constructed with a new prototype plan developed by MCG in partnership with the Mat-Su Borough School District in 2008. The best of current learning research was used while anticipating future trends in technology and education. The schools learning signature “A center for creating community” extends beyond the physical walls of

Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (TEMF) – JBER

MCG designed and managed a 57,000 sf MILCON new heavy equipment repair facility. The facility features fourteen repair bays, a drive-through maintenance bay, an employee locker room, secure storage areas, and a bench repair area with static dissipative work surfaces. Administrative offices, training rooms, a large conference room and a break room were included on

F-22 LO CC Hangar – Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson

This hangar was Phase 2 for a 21,000 sf F-22 Corrosion Control/Maintenance Hangar. Two paint booth hangar bays were added to the facility, doubling the corrosion control capacity for the F-22 aircraft on Elmendorf AFB. Sophisticated envelope and air control systems provide a pressurized environment for maintaining and painting these mission critical aircraft. The project