US Strategic Command Replacement Facility
US Army Corps of Engineers
Kiewit Phelps Joint Venture
The new 1,100,000 square-foot facility replaces the 55-year-old structure that houses the command responsible for the nation’s nuclear arsenal, global strike and deterrence, military satellites, information warfare, missile defense, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and combating weapons of mass destruction.
This project involved a total facility overhaul of an underground command center at Offutt Air Force Base. The project included dismantling and reconstructing the mechanical and electrical systems, and a total architectural makeover.
The Command Center is operational on the 2nd level, which required coordination to switch out and relocate all major mechanical and electrical systems without interruption to the real-time potential crisis center.