Clayco Awarded $16 Million Project For U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers
Livonia, MI (March 17, 2010)
Clayco Inc. has been named designer-builder for a new $16 million U.S. Army Reserve Center in Willow Grove, Penn. The facility is the builder’s first project for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
“We are proud to have been selected to design and build this facility which will play an important role in training our Armed Forces,” said Scott Higgins, Clayco’s Director of Government Construction and Design. “This project will bring together functionality and quality for the Army, and we understand the critical need for value, schedule, and safety in producing successful results.”
Design and construction of the training facility will feature a 73,000-square-foot office building which is being built to achieve LEED Silver Certification with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). The project also includes a 16,000-square-foot maintenance and storage garage.
Joining Clayco on the project, Forum Studio will serve as the architect. Construction of the U.S. Army Reserve Center is currently underway.
Clayco Inc. is a full-service real estate development, design and construction firm with annual revenues of $755 million, specializing in “the art and science of building.” With offices in St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Washington D.C., and Minneapolis, Clayco provides design-build project delivery on a nationwide basis for the corporate, financial, industrial, institutional, government and residential markets.