Ohio ARNG Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center and Field Maintenance Shop Complex

  • Ohio ARNG Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center and Field Maintenance Shop, Springfield, OH

  • Ohio ARNG Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center and Field Maintenance Shop, Springfield, OH

GRW provided full-discipline A/E services for planning, design and construction of a new $14 million LEED Silver certified 85,865 SF Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) and Field Maintenance Shop (FMS) for the OH Army National Guard (ARNG) and the U.S. Army Reserves in Springfield, Ohio.

Noteworthy sustainable features of the AFRC/FMS complex include:

  • Geothermal system for heating and cooling of the facilities
  • Low flow toilets, urinals, faucets and showerheads equating to a 44% reduction in water consumption - saving an estimated  93,270 gallons of water each year
  • Energy savings strategies/equpiment such as occupancy sensor-controlled interior lights, and T5 low mercury, high-efficiency fluorescent lamps and electronic ballasts are estimated to save 501,000 BTUs of energy each year
  • Construction Waste Management Plan resulted in recycle of 74% of the construction waste (296.6 tons)
  • Building constructed with 39% recycled materials (measured by weight and calculated as a percentage of total material cost)
  • Full cutoff luminaires for site lighting to eliminate light trespass
  • Energy submetering connected to building management system (DDC)