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Federal architecture

portfolio

Designed by our architects,


Tyndall Air Force Base Fitness
Center is the first Air Force
project to achieve LEED
Platinum certification.
The facility uses 40 percent
less energy than other
buildings of similar size.

Introduction

Atkins core values

Atkins professional services

Belief in the virtues of integrity, hard work,


and loyalty
Relentless in the pursuit of quality
and excellence
Honor our promises and contracts
Belief in open, honest, and respectful
communications
Actively support our professions
Personally invest in our communities

Atkins provides clients with a broad spectrum of professional services. We offer the
expertise to address the most complex challenges, and we pride ourselves on our ability
to work collaboratively with clients to reach effective solutions.

Diverse resources for comprehensive service


The Atkins portfolio encompasses a wide range of projects for federal clients. In addition
to our technical diversity, we offer in-house graphics and support capabilities that rival
those of many large advertising agencies and graphics companies. Atkins vast in-house
resources allow us to maintain strong project control, assist with planning and sound
decision-making, and develop creative solutions.

Atkins is a multidisciplined architectural, engineering,


planning, and construction management company. Our mission
is to provide professional services to our clients through
excellence and innovation. Established in 1938, our company
has 17,500 dedicated professionals and support staff with
offices nationwide and overseas. Atkins is consistently ranked
by Engineering News-Record among the top architecture,
engineering, planning, sciences, and construction management
companies nationwide.

Introduction | Federal architecture portfolio | 1

Atkins federal client list


Army and Air Force Exchange Service
Bureau of Land Management
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Defense Commissary Agency
Department of Homeland Security
Department of Veterans Affairs
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Federal Highway Administration
General Services Administration
National Guard Bureau
National Park Service
U.S. Air Force
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Department of Agriculture
U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command
U.S. Postal Service

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In-house services
available to federal clients
ADA compliance
Architecture
Asset management
Bid analysis
Building information modeling (BIM)
Campus planning
Civil engineering
Claims management
Construction administration
Construction management
Cost estimating
Cultural resources
Electrical engineering
Environmental planning
Environmental restoration
Fire protection and life safety
Floodplain mitigation
GIS
Hazardous waste
assessment/mitigation
Landscape architecture
Master planning
Mechanical engineering
Plumbing
Program management
Programming
Right-of-way
Risk management
Scheduling
Security consulting
Structural engineering
Sustainable design
Traffic engineering
Watershed management
Web page hosting

Award-winning design
1 2011 Air Mobility Command Design Award, Consolidated
Air Traffic Control Tower and Radar Approach Control Facility,
Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota
2 2011 Building of America Award project and Featured Gold
Medal Winner, Energy Demonstration Fitness Center,
Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida
3 2011 Excellence in Construction Award, Associated Builders &
Contractors South Texas Chapter, Armed Forces Reserve
Center, San Marcos, Texas
4 2009 Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment
Merit Award for Concept Design, Tyndall AFB Fitness Center
Design, Florida
5 2008 Fire Industry Equipment Research Organization Merit
Award for Design, Tampa International Airport Aircraft
Rescue and Firefighting Facility, Florida
6 2008 The American Institute of Architects, Diversity
Recognition Program, PBS&JDiverse Practice Award Winner,
Offices Nationwide
7 2007 Private Finance Initiative/PublicPrivate Partnership of
the Year Award, Colchester Garrison, United Kingdom
8 2006 Associated Builders and Contractors Eagle Award for
Design Excellence, Williamson County Central Appraisal
District (Office Building), Texas
9 2005 Fairfax County Exceptional Design Merit Award Winner,
Cub Run Recreation Center, Fairfax County, Virginia
10 2005 National Excellence in Construction Merit Award,
Associated Builders and Contractors, Lackland Air Force Base
Dormitories, Texas

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Atkins North America office network>

Alabama
Vestavia Hills
Arizona
Lake Havasu City
Phoenix
Prescott
California
Carlsbad
Los Angeles
Orange
Roseville
Sacramento
San Bernardino
San Diego
San Francisco
Colorado
Colorado Springs
Denver
Florida
Bartow
Chipley
DeLand
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Myers
Jacksonville
Melbourne
Miami
Orlando
Panama City
Pensacola
Sarasota
Tallahassee

Tampa
(corporate headquarters)
West Palm Beach

Nevada
Henderson (Las Vegas)
Reno

Georgia
Atlanta
Canton
Marietta
Norcross

New Jersey
Edison

Kentucky
Florence
(Cincinnati area)
Louisiana
Metairie
Maryland
Calverton
Minnesota
Mendota Heights
Mississippi
Jackson
Montana
Billings
Bozeman
Helena
Missoula

North Carolina
Charlotte
Lenoir
Raleigh
Oklahoma
Norman
Oregon
Portland
Pennsylvania
Coraopolis
(Pittsburgh area)
Harrisburg
Puerto Rico
San Juan
Tennessee
Nashville

Texas
Austin
Beaumont
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Tyler
Woodlands
Virginia
Alexandria
Chantilly
Newport News
Richmond
Washington
Kirkland
Lynnwood
Seattle

Seattle

Lynnwood
Kirkland

Missoula
Portland
Helena
Bozeman

Billings
Mendota
Heights
Madison

Roseville

San Francisco

Edison

Reno
Salt Lake City

Sacramento

Coraopolis, PA (Pittsburgh area)

Beltsville
Chantilly
Alexandria

Denver
Florence, KY
(Cincinnati area)

Colorado Springs

Richmond

Newport News

Henderson

Los Angeles

San Bernardino
Orange

Lake Havasu City


Prescott

San Diego

Norman

Phoenix

Fort Worth

Charlotte
Canton
Marietta

Austin
San Antonio

Tyler

Jackson

Metairie
The Woodlands (New Orleans)
Houston

Columbia

Norcross
Atlanta

Vestavia
Hills

Dallas

Chipley

Atkinsofficelocations

Raleigh

Lenoir

Nashville

El Paso

Wisconsin
Madison

Camp Hill (Harrisburg area)

Omaha

Beaumont

Pensacola

Jacksonville

Tallahassee
Panama City
Beach

Ocoee

Tampa
Sarasota
Fort Myers

DeLand
Orlando
Melbourne

Bartow
West Palm Beach
Fort Lauderdale
Miami

San Juan

Nebraska
Omaha

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Planning

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center


Replacement, Germany

Serving todays needs, shaping tomorrows world


Planning is at the heart of every project we undertake. Whether its the redevelopment
of brownfields, designing master-planned communities, or developing community
sustainability plans, Atkins carefully considers the past, present, and future. We
understand the value of developing plans that integrate science, technology, and
engineering to prepare today for a better tomorrow. We believe that every idea and every
innovation is attainablewith proper planning.

U.S. Army Warrior in Transition Program, Area Development Plans, Nationwide

6 | Federal architecture portfolio | Planning

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Design

Regional Training Institute and Defense Supply Center, Ohio Army National Guard, Columbus, Ohio

Providing innovative solutions


and exceptional design
Atkins understands federal clients. Our established practice in
the planning and design of federal building projects reflects our
comprehensive understanding of clients evolving organizational and
operational goals.
Our network of professionals includes experienced project managers
and talented architects who bring together the requisite skills to meet
practical needs and address schedule and budget constraints, while still
providing creative solutions and exceptional design.

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Sustainable design

Fitness Center
Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida

U.S. Postal Service South Congress Station, Austin, Texas

72,750 square feet


LEED Platinum
Cardiovascular circuit and
free-weight areas
Large group exercise area
Racquetball and
basketball courts

BIM
Energy modeling
Awards
2011 Building of America
Gold Medal Award
2009 U.S. Air Force
Merit Award for
Concept Design

Committed to the implementation of


sustainable design principles
Atkins supports the efforts of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
program. This nationally recognized effort aims to provide energyefficient designs for both renovation and new construction projects
while maintaining recognition of the importance of our environment
and its impact on quality of life. Committed to green building and
sustainable architecture, Atkins has a team of LEED accredited
professionals who are practiced in the science of preserving our
environment and minimizing energy consumption.
Our sustainable building design group is a national practice that
provides a dedicated project management team to guide clients
through the processes of building for USGBC LEED certification, energy
modeling, and building commissioning.
The sustainable building design group is made up of individuals
with relevant experience and a focused commitment to sustainable
urban development and energy-efficient building practices that protect
the environment.

10 | Federal architecture portfolio | Sustainable design

Medical Education Training Campus,


Medical Instructional Facility Building 5
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
47,300 square feet
LEED Silver
New site design
Scope included architecture; interior design;
mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil, and
structural engineering; and fire protection
Compliance with antiterrorism/force
protection (AT/FP) guidelines
BIM

Sustainable design | Federal architecture portfolio | 11

Design-build

Despite the complexity of the


131,000-square-foot Building 2791
renovation, which involved hazardous
materials abatement and numerous
regulatory code requirements, Atkins
helped to achieve a move-in date
one month ahead of schedule for this
project at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Atkins completed all design documents for the award-winning renovation of Building 2791 at Fort Sam Houston in just six weeks.

Streamlining the design


and construction process
Atkins has developed a robust capability to support the federal
governments design-build program. We are a sought-out service
provider because of our understanding of the federal requirements
in project delivery, our capability to meet the LEED requirements
for federal projects, and our ability to provide cost-effective design
solutions. The design-build process demands a flexible, creative,
and responsive team of resources. Atkins has the right experience,
processes, and procedures to provide low-risk solutions to our
construction clients, while serving the needs of our federal clients.

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Company Operations Facility


White Sands Missile Range,
New Mexico

Unaccopanied Enlisted Personnel Housing


(UEPH) Community Building
Fort Hood, Texas

54,700 square feet


Scope included full A-E services, planning
and programming, site design, interiors, and
construction administration
LEED Silver
Highly compressed schedule; two design
packages completed in three months
Use of BIM technology
Compliance with AT/FP guidelines

174,400 square feet


Full A-E services for three-story UEPH for
800 soldiers
Upgrade of central chiller plant on
installation
LEED Silver
Use of BIM technology

Design-build | Federal architecture portfolio | 15

Goodfellow Air Force Base


Student Dormitory
San Angelo, TX
113,882 square feet
Scope included architecture, construction
management, and engineering services
Designed to achive LEED Silver certification

Lackland Air Force Base Dormitories


San Antonio, Texas

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106,560 square feet


288 apartment-style rooms
Energy-saving features using
Sustainable Project Rating Tool
Blast protection design
2006 National Excellence in Construction
Merit Award, Associated Builders and
Contractors

Armed Forces Reserve Center


San Marcos, Texas
118,787 square feet
15-acre site
Scope included architecture, interiors, MEP/S
engineering, and civil engineering
LEED Silver
Use of BIM technology

Air Traffic Control Tower and


Radar Approach Control Facility
Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota
17,876 square feet
Two-story building that houses administrative functions, radar
equipment, traffic control simulator and training area, and
communications room
Scope included architecture, MEP/S engineering, fire
protection, life safety, and value engineering
2011 Air Mobility Command Design Award

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Armed Forces Chaplaincy Center


Fort Jackson, South Carolina
50,352 square feet
Complements existing U.S. Army Chaplain
Center and School
LEED Silver
ADA compliant
Compliance with AT/FP guidelines
Outdoor courtyard area

20 | Federal architecture portfolio | Design-build

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Garrison at Colchester
Colchester, United Kingdom
137,000 square feet
Scope included full A-E services, master planning,
programming, site design, interiors, and
construction administration
One of the largest Defence Private Finance
Initiative projects in the United Kingdom and the
first new garrison in over 100 years
Developed an effective green transportation scheme
Delivered five months ahead of schedule
2007 Private Finance Initiative/PublicPrivate
Partnership of the Year Award

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Building information modeling

Company Operations Facility, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico

Providing in-depth design options


in a digital environment
Endorsed by the National Institute of Building Sciences, the American
Institute of Architects, and the National CAD Standard, BIM embodies
the future of design. This dynamic modeling technology is the result of
owner demand for better and more cost-effective buildings.
Atkins understands BIM, and we are incorporating its processes
into our designs. Results have been extraordinary, with enhanced
coordination, improved cost and quality control, and streamlined
communications. Teams located in different offices can collaborate on
the same set of 3-D drawings, which promotes information reuse and
exchange in a real-time environment. This repository is then passed
on to the client to maintain and use throughout the full life cycle of
the facility.

Washington Headquarter Services at Mark Center, Alexandria, Virginia

Another benefit of this technological advance is that clients can explore


in-depth design options in a digital environment, thus conserving both
time and materials. As a result, facilities more closely fit client needs
and provide enhanced performance for the full life cycle.

24 | Federal architecture portfolio | Building information modeling

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Tactical Equipment
Maintenance Facilities
Fort Benning, Georgia
Eight buildings
Digital model used to
minimize conflicts during
construction
Clash detection software
enhanced design team
collaboration
LEED Silver
Limited redesigns enabled
BIM-enhanced schedule
maintenance

26 | Federal architecture portfolio | Building information modeling

Warrior in Transition Complex


Fort Riley, Kansas
41,700 square feet
Three buildings
Battalion headquarters
Company operations headquarters
Soldier and Family Assistance Center
Use of BIM technology
LEED Silver

Building information modeling | Federal architecture portfolio | 27

Solicitation package development

U.S. Army Consolidated Drill Sergeant School, Fort Jackson, South Carolina

Extensive experience preparing full design


packages and assembling RFPs
Atkins planning and design experience, coupled with our ability to
provide quality scoping documents to design-build teams, is highly
advantageous for our federal clients. Our solicitation packages define
the scope in sufficient detail to ensure our clients projects meet DD
Form 1391 requirements, while capturing the critical components
defined by the project stakeholders.
We not only provide appropriate requirements packages, we have
also assisted our federal clients with evaluation of offerors proposals,
estimates for the cost of design and construction, and full site
representation during the construction process. Once again, our ability
to provide one-stop, full-service design provides low-risk options for our
federal clients.

Aviation & Missile Research Development & Engineering Center, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama

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Free Fall Simulator for


Special Operations Forces
Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona
6,000 square feet
Conducted planning charrettes
DD Form 1391 preparation
Developed design-build request for
proposals package using Transformation
Model RFP process
Provided 30 percent conceptual design
LEED Silver
Value engineering analysis

Fitness Center
Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington

Child Development Center


Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico

Conceptual design to replace the existing


fitness and aquatic center
Includes health and wellness center, water
survival training pool and classrooms,
exercise areas, track, basketball and
racquetball courts, and locker rooms
Compliance with AT/FP guidelines

12,088 square feet


A-E services for addition, renovation,
and HVAC improvements
Use of BIM technology
Fast-track design

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Interior design

Project examples include:

Chapel Center, Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Solutions that are functional and aesthetically pleasing


Atkins interior design group is a national practice that provides complete services for
a diverse group of building types. Building types include barracks, chapels, training
facilities, company and battalion headquarters, medical educational training facilities,
soldier and family assistance centers, child development centers, fitness areas, dining
facilities, land ports of entry facilities, and maintenance facilities.
Comprehensive interior design includes building finishes known as structural interior
design and furniture, fixtures, and equipment design. Our services include the
development of installation design guides, programming, space planning, selection of
finishes and furnishings, and preparation of procurement documentation following
federal government standards.
The interior design group has supported many LEED design projects including the
nationally recognized Tyndall Air Force Base Fitness Center. Our interior designers strive
to meet mission goals and to design aesthetically pleasing environments that are safe,
sustainable, and functional for years to come.

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Fitness Center
Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida
Installation Design Guide
Fort Jackson, South Carolina
Armed Forces Chaplaincy Center
Fort Jackson, South Carolina
A-E Services for Design-Build of Three-Building
Warrior in Transition Complex (Soldier and Family
Assistance Center, Company Headquarters, and
Battalion Headquarters)
Fort Riley, Kansas
Soldier and Family Assistance Center
Fort Stewart, Georgia
Chapel Center
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing
Whole Barracks Complex
Fort Hood, Texas
Student Dormitory
Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas
Armed Forces Reserve Center
San Marcos, Texas
Regional Training Institute, Defense Supply
Center Columbus, Ohio Army National Guard
Columbus, Ohio
Medical Education Training Campus, Medical
Instructional Facility Building 5
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
Vehicle Maintenance Facility
Fort Benning, Georgia
Reception Station Dining Facility
Fort Benning, Georgia

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Orlando-Orange County Expressway


Authority Operations Center and
Administration Building
Orlando, Florida
80,000 square feet
Scope included preparation of the design
criteria package for this design-build project
Incorporation of sustainable design features
Building composed of articulated masses of
precast concrete, brick, and glass

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Fire Rescue
Administration Building
St. Johns County, Florida
30,638 square feet
Facility houses administration, operations,
logistics, fire prevention, training, emergency
management service billing, and back-up
support for radio communications to an
Emergency Operations Center
Interior finishes met performance and
maintenance standards, while responding to
environmental concerns for LEED certification
Design provides a comfortable, classic, and
timeless work environment that reflects the
interests of building occupants

Interior design | Federal architecture portfolio | 35

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Fitness Center Interiors


Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida

Wellspring Oncology
Pinellas Park, Florida

72,750 square feet


LEED Platinum
Includes one main entry access point with an
adjacent, interior control point, which acts as
an entry reception area
Primary interior circulation area features an
open and flexible space
Natural light enters each activity space, thus
reducing power demands and eliminating
unwanted glare
To create an interest and focal point in the
open ceiling structure, Armstrong Infusion
acrylic panels are suspended in the lobby in
a continuous wave design that complements
the feature stairway
Acoustical panel elements and linear bands
are used in the cardio room for sound
attenuation and to add interest by breaking
up the expanse of space and exposed ceiling

13,000-square-foot radiation facility


Scope included a complete remodel of
exterior and interior
Area includes waiting rooms, conference
room, doctors offices, labs, nurses stations,
and tomography and treatment rooms
Designs included soft colors, natural
elements, and features of Feng Shui,
including an outdoor garden area with a
water element
Interior design services consisted of finish
selections, finish schedule, furniture plan,
furniture selection, lobby design, and
millwork conceptual design

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Benton Rudolph, AIA, NCARB


Buildings Practice Manager
Architecture
813.281.7602
benton.rudolph@atkinsglobal.com

Shad Shafie, PE
Architecture Engineering
210.321.2016
shad.shafie@atkinsglobal.com

Greg Wilk, AIA


Federal Architecture Market Leader
972.588.3223
greg.wilk@atkinsglobal.com

Vince Briones, PE, LEED AP BD+C


Sustainable Building Design
512.342.3241
vincent.briones@atkinsglobal.com

Fran Boettcher, AIA, LEED AP BD+C


Leisure Market Leader
407.806.4192
fran.boettcher@atkinsglobal.com

Chuck Croslin, AIA, NCARB, ID


Education Architecture
Market Leader
512.372.1240
chuck.croslin@atkinsglobal.com

Larry Levis, AIA


Ports Architecture Market Leader
305.414.3383
larry.levis@atkinsglobal.com

Darryl McDonald, AIA, LEED AP


Aviation Architecture Market Leader
813.281.7606
darryl.mcdonald@atkinsglobal.com

Gary Wingo, RA, LEED AP BD+C


Transit Architecture Market Leader
407.806.4566
gary.wingo@atkinsglobal.com

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2012 Atkins North America, Inc.

Thank you for considering our federal


architecture team for your next project.
For insight into all of our federal services,
please visit www.atkinsglobal.com/northamerica
or contact us directly at 1.972.588.3223 to speak
with one of our professionals.
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