Construction Services, LLC

Replace Dining Facility (DFAC)- Camp Atterbury

Scope of Work:

The project consisted of a 23,000 SF design-build dining facility for military personnel similar to those found on a college campus or in the private sector including receiving, storage, preparation, serving, dining, dishwashing areas and all required equipment and facilities. The facility is capable of feeding 800 solders within 90 minutes, three times a day, and seven-days a week. The dining area seats 384 and the kitchen staff for a single shift could be as high as 50. The project includes full design services including all the food service equipment. Providing and installing the food service equipment is also included in the contract. The project includes all associated sitework, utilities and site improvements, a 106-spaces parking area and a service entrance for regular deliveries via a planned receiving area and loading dock.


Subcontracted Work:
BCS subcontracted with local contractors for the structural steel, masonry, roofing, kitchen equipment, glass and glazing, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical.

Self-Performed Work:
BCS was the General Contractor / Design Builder while self-performed project management, general supervision, temporary partitions / weather protection, excavation and carpentry work.

USGBC LEED:
The building is designed and constructed to LEED Silver standards with a 50 year building replacement life.

Performance Evaluation by Owner:

 BCS received an Outstanding CCASS evaluation.

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Owner: Department of Veteran Affairs
Location: ​Camp Atterbury, Edinburg, Indiana
Architect: ​Brigadier Construction Services-Design/Build
Start Date: September 25, 2009
Completion Date: August 29, 2011
Contract Amount: $9,397,972




Design-Build