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Armed Forces Reserve Center Under Construction in Lewisville

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Dallas-based Leetex | Hill & Wilkinson was awarded a $14-million contract for the design and construction of an Armed Forces Reserve Center complex in Lewisville. Bids were solicited by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Louisville, Ky. District. The project is funded by the Base Realignment and Closure program.

The complex on a 15-acre site will be a 600-member training facility for five Army Reserve and Texas National Guard units.

The project will include three buildings, but be built using concrete masonry unit construction with a brick veneer and standing seam metal roofs. The scope includes interior finish-out and site improvements. Atlanta-based Rosser International is the architect/MEP engineer and Dallas-based Jaster-Quintanilla is the civil/structural engineer.

Construction will be managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Fort Worth District. The project will be constructed according to LEED-silver certification requirements.

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