FY06 MCON P-113, Pacific Warfighting Center, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Island of Oahu, Hawaii
- Client: Department of the Navy
- Contract Amount: $22,832,000
This project constructed a high technological facility for the Pacific Command (PACOM), equipped with the infrastructure and resources needed to properly train and prepare its forces for managing crisis situations throughout the region. The two-story building, extending over 34,300 square feet, also was constructed to facilitate a secure environment for joint/combined force commanders and their staffs to train for scenarios that can be live, virtual, or networked. Located on historic Ford Island, the newly constructed center replaced the previous 7,000-square-foot simulation center that was located on Camp H.M. Smith and housed in a 60-year-old former hospital. Highlights of the facility included a briefing theater, video teleconferencing center, computer room, emergency generator, administration offices, conference and training rooms, and warehousing space.
This project earned an Award of Merit in the 2010 GCA Build Hawaii Awards.