Army Test and Evaluation Command

Role: Construction Management - Electrical
Project Type: Public, Government, BRAC
Location: Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
Completion: July 2011

Army Test Evaluation Command (ATEC) is a $50 million dollar building at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. It consists of LEED-Gold construction, the central atrium, ceremonial entry, 10-foot ceilings, café, library, and central conference and training areas. The ATEC headquarters will include 141,453 gross square feet of administrative, meeting and training space on three levels. The building will support 610 personnel relocated from the Crystal City/Pentagon area as part of the Department of Defense’s Base Realignment and Closure Act of 2005 (BRAC).

The ATEC headquarters will be comprised of two efficient and flexible administrative wings joined by a central atrium and ceremonial entry. The ceremonial entry will be a three story glass enclosed space that will be ideal for welcoming congressional delegations, foreign dignitaries, and VIP’s that regularly visit the commands for testing and demonstrations.

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