GA Army National Guard MATES, Fort Stewart, GA

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This project consisted of permanent vertical construction and general site-work.  The project was planned to be constructed in two separate phases, dependent upon the funding of each phase.  Phase 1 site design included a MATES (Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site) facility composed of three separate buildings and housing work bays, storage and administrative offices totaling approximately 64,000 square feet. Phase 1 was designed to accommodate Phase 2 immediately adjacent to and north of the Phase 1 buildings. Grading, drainage and utilities were designed and installed in Phase 1 to accommodate the 30,000 square foot Phase 2 Administrative Building.  The site is located within Fort Stewart on a relatively flat site of approximately 40 acres.  As a subconsultant to Jacobs Engineering, Hussey Gay Bell provided the site/civil design, geotechnical engineering, surveying and construction support services for Phase 1 of the project.

The primary MATES facility includes maintenance bays, shops, storage, administrative offices, break room, locker/shower, and other ancillary support spaces. The site work generally consists of military vehicle parking, POV parking, access aprons, loading dock/ramp access, drives, general storm water control/detention, utility yard, sidewalks, and other miscellaneous site features as appropriate to this type of facility.

Construction delivery method for this project was Design/Bid/Build and the approximate construction cost for Phase 1 is $16,000,000.

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GA Army National Guard MATES
Fort Stewart, GA

Project consists of the design and construction of a Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site or MATES which provides for support activities to store and maintain section or platoon sets of equipment at or near training sites for use by units conducting training or units ordered to Federal or State active duty.