FLW - Training Barracks Upgrade


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Kansas City Department


Completion Date
August 2011

Construction Cost
$19 Million

FLW - Training Barracks Upgrade

Fort Leonard Wood

Walter P Moore provided civil engineering for the design-build renovation project that was funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). The work included the reconfiguration and complete renovation of three three-story barrack buildings, a dining hall facility, and a Battalion Headquarters building. The project also included site and utility upgrades at each of these locations and a three-story addition to each of the existing barrack buildings. Building renovations were completed to meet seismic and progressive collapse codes and the current needs of the Department of Army.

The site and utility improvements included replacement of existing utility service lines for water, storm, and sanitary sewer; new fire suppression lines; necessary utility relocations for the building additions; new telecommunication lines; replacement and relocation of concrete sidewalks necessary to bring the sites into compliance with the American Disabilities Act; and replacement of the existing fire hydrants surrounding each of the buildings.