Jacobs wins two US Air Force design awards
The Air Force Reserve Command – Consolidated Mission Complex Phase One at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia – won the merit award for facility design. The jury recognized the project for the team’s incorporation of strong exterior elevation through vertical and horizontal design elements, conveying a testament to American heritage. They also noted the impressive two-story lobby, featuring an innovative design and showcasing Air Force Reserve Command history and heritage artifacts. Sustainable designs combine heritage and durability, including optimizing energy performance through natural lighting, exterior and interior shading devices, water reduction fixtures, and adjusting mechanical systems to reduce energy consumption. ‘air.
The Joint Distributed Ground Station Operations Center at Beale Air Force Base, California received the Citation Award for facility design. The jury commended the team for its column-less operations floor design which allowed for the space flexibility needed to keep pace with the operational mission. They also noted the use of sustainable techniques, such as the use of electrochromatic glass to achieve a 12% increase in energy efficiency above the industry standard. Other methods supported low impact site development, water and energy efficiency, use of recycled and recyclable materials, indoor air quality and occupant comfort – all features that helped the facility achieve significant energy use and LEED Silver certification unique to this type of building.
“These projects and this recognition illustrate our commitment to the unique design excellence necessary for these facilities to support their critical global missions around the clock while improving the quality of life and reducing stress for service members around the world,” said Jacobs Federal & Retired USAF Senior Vice President of Environmental Solutions and Major General Tim Byer. “By leveraging cost control, energy efficiency, functionality, resiliency and durability, we create designs built to last that support the Air Force mission for years to come.”
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