Army Reserve Center Revitalization


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Louisville Department


Completion Date
February 2020

Construction Cost
$9.5 Million

Army Reserve Center Revitalization


This design-build project consisted of the renovation of the existing 35,710 SF Sergeant Charles R. Long Army Reserve Center and construction of a new addition to provide physical readiness activities. Walter P Moore provided engineering and consulting services to upgrade the aging building with new, modern materials and systems that meet current codes.

Civil engineering services included the design of new parking lots, access roads, sidewalks, ADA-compliant parking and ramps, stormwater management systems, sanitary sewer system, waterlines, grading, and landscaping.

Structural engineering services included the replacement of the existing building’s north and south exterior walls, foundations for a new 3,000 SF pre-engineered metal building and connecting corridor, a new cast-in-place concrete replacement pedestrian bridge, and a new two story 1,000 SF vestibule, canopy, and elevator added to the existing building.

Walter P Moore also provided secure design consulting and construction administration for blast and anti-terrorism and force protection (ATFP) design of the new Army Reserve Center including new blast resistant exterior windows and selective wall hardening to comply with project assessments and UFC 4-010-01.