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This new construction design-build project was executed by a joint venture between Grunley Tompkins-Turner Government Services and Kinsley Construction. This research and technology campus was a five-phased project built on 80 acres sur- rounded by woodlands and wetlands. The new C4ISR campus consists of nine new buildings totaling 1.5 million square feet Building A - A 242000 square foot three-story laboratory building Building B - A 250000 square foot five-story GMS Tower Buildings C and D - Two five-story Headquarters buildings totaling 488000 square foot Building E - An 18000 square foot in-ground auditorium featuring a green roof and curtainwall system Building F - A 360000 square foot five-story C2CNT building Building G - A two-story 70000 square foot Mission Training Facility Buildings H and J - Two metal buildings totaling 63000 square foot These buildings include administrative spaces conference rooms SCIF rooms classrooms a media center a wellness center a visual and performing arts area and a security office. The project also included an extensive site and utility package i.e. roads utilities parking and landscaping. The project earned LEED NC 2.2 Certified status. The design maximized green space vistas and daylighting and minimized site disturbances. The buildings intercon- nect with each other through connecting bridges. In order to provide natural shade and maximize energy efficiency green screens with ivy growth and sunshades were installed on the exterior faces of four of the buildings. ABERDEEN C4ISR CENTER OF EXCELLENCE Aberdeen MD PROJECT AWARDS Associated General Contractors of Metro Washington BIM Merit Award 2011 Best Joint Venture Award 2011 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers- Philadelphia District Safety award for amassing more than 500000 man-hours without a single lost-time accident 2009 OWNER U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Philadelphia District DATE OF AWARD October 2007 COMPLETION DATE September 2010 CONTRACT AMOUNT 511M ARCHITECT Skidmore Owings Merrill LLP