US Navy Miramar Golf Course Clubhouse

San Diego, California

The MCAS Miramar Memorial Golf Course Clubhouse & SNCO Club is a Design/Build project that included a new clubhouse, catering pavilion, and outdoor dining terraces. The new 16,000 SF clubhouse and pro-shop is LEED™ Gold certified.

The design concept ties into the base-wide theme as well as creates a unique British West Indies style. The sustainable features and Anti-Terrorism Force Protection attributes of the building are incorporated into the resort atmosphere of the design. 

The Golf Clubhouse complex includes the following core spaces:

  • The Main Clubhouse with the Lounge, and two dining rooms that open to covered outdoor dining terraces; also administration areas and service areas for Clubhouse Staff. 
  •  A separate private club for Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (SNCO) with a bar area, restrooms and access to the covered outdoor dining terraces.
  • Catering Pavilion with restrooms and catering kitchen for serving large outdoor groups.  

US Navy P-245 Simulator Facility 

NAS Whidbey Island, Washington 

As part of a design-build contract, AKS has developed a construction drawing package for a new 9,235 SF standalone flight simulator training facility. This project expands training activities presently taking place within another building on NASWI. The new facility contains two Tactical Operation Flight Trainers (TOFTs), Briefing/Debriefing rooms, Instructor Operator Stations, Administrative offices, Computer Room, Storage and Repair room, Restrooms, Break room, Mechanical and Electrical rooms, Computer Security Room, and an NMCI room.

Building has CMU walls and standing seam metal roofing over metal bar joists and has a color scheme that matches nearby buildings. The building is situated on the site and constructed to meet Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (ATFP) requirements. The interior of the building is separated into two different zones for security requirements. The separation wall has an STC rating of 50 as well as a portion of the exterior wall assembly. Roughly half of the  building has a depressed slab to accommodate raised access flooring.

P-60 Marine Corps Reserve Center

JBLM Yakima Training Center, Yakima, Washington

The new Marine Corps Reserve Center for B Company 4th Battalion is a  LEED™ Gold Certified design-build project. Project includes several buildings in addition to the Training Center: Combat Vehicle Maintenance Facility, a fueling area and storage buildings.

Buildings have CMU walls and standing-seam metal roofing to match the color scheme of the nearby Armed Forces Reserve Center. The Training Facility includes a drill hall, office space, secure classrooms, storage space, weapons storage area, and locker and shower rooms. New Combat Vehicle Maintenance Facility includes service bays with a bridge crane, storage space, office space, and restrooms.

The LEED™ Plan for the facility includes photovoltaic panels, light colored site paving and walks, and a water retention/filtration feature for storm water.