Military Depot Investigative Agencies Collocate

Location: Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia

Client: Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)

Size: 8,000 square feet

Equipment & Construction Costs:
$1.2 million

Background:
This design-build project consisted of collocating two investigative agencies into one building on the Quantico Marine Corps Base. The foodservice facilities needed to be updated and expanded to efficiently accommodate incoming faculty and visitors alike.

Scope of work/distinctive feaures:

  • The serving area was programmed and designed to include national brands Papa Johns, Dunkin' Donuts, Subway, as well as grill service, hot entrees, soup and salad concepts, and grab-and-go.
  • The back-of-house area included the construction of a prep kitchen, refrigerated dry storage, dry storage, and dish wash/scullery.
  • ENERGY STAR certified equipment was specified in all mandated categories (Holding cabinets, ice makers, fryers, dish machines, and salad door refrigerators) to allow for LEED-EB certification.
  • A pulper extractor system was integrated to recycle or reuse water and reduce solid waste leftover.

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