Warrior in Transition Dining Facility

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Warrior in Transition Dining Facility

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Warrior in Transition Dining Facility

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Warrior in Transition Dining Facility

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Warrior in Transition Dining Facility

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Warrior in Transition Dining Facility

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Warrior in Transition Dining Facility

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Warrior in Transition Dining Facility

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina
Warriors in Transition Dining Facility 2017-05-02T19:52:09+00:00

Project Description

Warrior in Transition Dining Facility
Fort Bragg, North Carolina

This project is an 18,000 SF new dining facility in Fort Bragg, NC. The new 1-story dining facility achieved a LEED Silver rating and is capable of serving 500 soldiers three meals per day/seven days a week. The dining area is 6,000 SF with the kitchen and server area encompassing 12,000 SF. The sub-structure is a spread footing foundation, which will support light gauge metal trusses over the dining area and structural joist and desk over the kitchen area. The exterior facade is a combination of masonry, stucco, and blast-resistant windows and doors.

The interior of the facility includes carry-out area, dry storage, walk-in refrigerators and freezers, salad bars, dessert bars, deli bar, and a dining area. The method of delivery was design-build and was managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The project was design and built utilizing Bentley Microstation BIM. Bentley Microstation is the preferred BIM software of any district offices of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

“First, let me reiterate what a pleasure it was to work with Centerre on the Warrior in Transition-Dining Facility project. I still receive emails folks that worked on this project as we have become more than a Government-Contractor relationship, but friendships. Centerre performed their job under difficult conditions as well. Being one of three General contractors on a tight job site was a challenge, as well as being 1700+ miles from your home office, but, you all pulled it off in fine fashion. Thanks again for the hard work.”

Flint Farley, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District