Joint Forces Headquarters Indiana, Stout Field Building 7 Renovation Phase I, II, & III
This project was a $25 million expansion and alteration of the Indiana National Guard's headquarters at Stout Field in Indianapolis. The project included 86,000 sft of new space and 80,000 sft of renovated space in Building Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 9. Building No. 9 is a World War II-era hanger that was deemed a historic structure, and the renovation preserved the historic character of the building. American Structurepoint was the surveyor and civil engineer on this project, which included a 70-acre site with a complex network of utilities and logistical challenges. The site design incorporated a new drainage system to replace the existing failing system and also brought the site into compliance with the City's current stormwater codes for water quality and quantity.
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