Conference and Technology Learning Center, Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies, Fort DeRussy, Oahu, Hawaii
- Client: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Contract Amount: $9,577,000
Construction of a new one-story, 10,000 square foot concrete “Conference and Technology Learning Center” building with concrete floors supported on a concrete pile foundation. Work included excavation, grading, trenching, concrete piles, backfill, dewatering, sub base, base course, concrete pavement, concrete encased ducts, conductors, ground wire, electrical manholes, archaeological monitoring, landscaping, and appurtenances. Also included were sewer, water and drainage lines, and associated manholes. This new single story facility expands the Asia Pacific Center for Security Stuides’ capabilities and consists of six seminar rooms, a student lounge, kitchen and prep areas, restrooms, a large multi-discipline room, and an Information Integration Learning Laboratory to support APCSS’s mission.
The facility includes an expansive lanai area used for dignitary and student functions and an educational garden that includes indigenous plant life. The new wing was designed to utilize innovative mechanical, electrical, telecommunications, and security systems to seamlessly integrate into the existing complex network and expands the institute’s ability to assist in bringing together security related professionals from across the Pacific region.