An Army Reserve Center will be constructed in Waldorf, Maryland, to be used for training and day-to-day activities for approximately 600 Army Reservists. The Army Reserve is consolidating three existing facilities in Maryland: Annapolis, Riverdale, and Upper Marlboro.
The new facilities will include an ARC training building, organizational maintenance shop, an unheated storage building and a recruitment and retention office. Supporting facilities include land clearing, paving, fencing, general site improvements, and extension of utilities to serve the project. Accessibility for the disabled will be provided and anti-terrorism/force protection and physical security measures will be incorporated into the design.
The contract was recently awarded for $20.8 million. The design-build contractor is Sheffield-Korte, Lawton, Oklahoma.
The Corps expects to break ground in the spring of 2016 with completion slated for the fall of 2017.