The US Armed Forces Reserve Center Complex in White River Junction, Vermont creates a beautiful example of how to incorporate a large complex into the landscape. With rolling grass fields and a pond the design incorporates the rural character of Vermont. It is comprised of six buildings, including a 51,000 sf Training Building, a 6,000 sf Organizational Maintenance Shop, two Unheated Storage Buildings, a 14,900 sf Unheated Vehicle Storage Building, and a Pump House Building—all to be occupied by the United States Army Reserve and Vermont National Guard.
The buildings and site were designed to meet the criteria established by the US Green Building Council’s Green Building Rating System for New Construction “LEED Silver” level of certification.
The barn design motif of the White River Junction is reminiscent of Vermont’s rural character, while providing the National Guard and Army Reserve with a first rate, sustainable facility with LEED Silver certification. The building has received wide spread acclaim for successfully melding high level architecture and engineering with energy and cost conscious design.
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