Buckley AFB Youth Center

This $4.5 million plan and spec project is a 21,000 s.f., metal frame, brick and stucco facade structure with a standing metal seam roof, casework, storefront, HVAC system, steel studs with drywall, sprinkler system, low voltage systems, various floorings and wall coverings, and a gymnasium.

This project was an Air Force, contract performed on a military base for construction of a 21,000 s.f. office-type, recreation building. The building is a masonry structure with steel truss, standing seam metal roof system and a wooden, EPDM roof on the gym. It included a slab foundation, fire sprinkler system, standard plumbing and electrical systems, an electric HVAC system, casework, storefront, landscaping, paving, low voltage systems, stained concrete, vinyl tile, ceramic tile, sealed concrete, carpet, painted, textured  and fabric covered walls. It featured a waiting/entry area, offices, meeting rooms/exercise/recreation rooms, a full-court gym, a reception area, a video room, electrical room, fire sprinkler room, and utility/storage areas. It also included an outside basketball court.