National Guard Readiness Center

National Guard Readiness Center

A Modern Armory in Spokane: Engineering a new National Guard readiness center for the first time since 1908

DCI Engineers provided structural design services for the National Guard Readiness Center in Spokane, Washington, which is a training and mobilization site for over 330 Washington Guardsmen. The National Guard uses the facility as a communications backup to their main center at Camp Murray.  The building is also part of the Regional Emergency Management Systems for the Spokane Fire, Police, and other Public Safety agencies.

Project Highlights

  • The project was designed to meet Department of Defense Antiterrorism Standards and National Guard Standards.
  • Contains 68,8000-sf of office, classroom, training, and administrative space.
  • Constructed of steel framing and CMU bearing walls.

Awards/News

Federal Government Silver “Spirit” Sustainability Rating

Location: 
Spokane, Washington
Square Feet: 
68,000-SF
Stories: 
2
Primary Material: 
Concrete
Steel
Type: 
Structural
Sector: 
Government & Municipal

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