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Martinsburg, West Virginia (LEED Certified Silver)
The National Maritime Center build-to-suit project located in Martinsburg, West Virginia is a procurement for the Department of Homeland Security U.S. Coast Guard. The facility is three-stories containing 60,000 sq. ft. and is located on a site of approximately 5 acres. It has been designed to accommodate the security, communications and data/Intel coordination critical to the Department of Homeland Security’s mission.
The facility provides a secure work environment for approximately 250-300 employees engaged in the important national security mission coordinating and providing support services from the National Maritime office. The work groups in this office location include Commanding Officer and Deputy Director, Guidance & QA, Training and Assessment, Logistics and Support, Mariner Services and Building Support Areas.
Martinsburg was selected as a location for this project due to its proximity to Washington, DC and national command and control facilities. The National Maritime Center employee operation and staff were relocated from various facilities within the District of Columbia. Martinsburg was selected not only for its proximity, high quality of infrastructure, data and communications facilities and transportation access, but also because it is not located in the District providing the agency with a more secure geography.
♦ Site Acquisition, Design, Construction, Financing and Management
♦ Three Story Class “A” Facility
♦ 60,000 Sq. Ft.
♦ 280 Parking Spaces
♦ Precast Concrete
♦ LEED Silver Certified Building
♦ Completed December 2007