The Fort Lee AIT Barracks project is a Soldiers’ Basic Combat Training facility for over 1,200 Army personnel. The complex is a cohesive development, providing both housing and affiliated functions for soldiers in the AIT program. In addition to housing, the facility includes an outdoor jogging track, physical training pits, and access drivers and parking areas that meet USACE requirements. The project’s 5-story brick buildings meet DoD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings and obtained LEED® Gold certification from the US Green Building Council. The Fort Lee project is part of the Northeast Region Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC).
The project was awarded LEED® Gold certification. The project contains multiple bio-retention ponds, uses porous asphalt pavement, provides daylight views for 90 percent of occupied spaces, divides 50 percent of construction waste and uses low-VOC emitting materials and local materials.