article: Homeport Ashore Housing, Efficiency via TOC Process
Willis Manor, named for the WWII Medal of Honor Winner, was procured as Design-Build P-123 Bachelor Quarters, Homeport Ashore Norfolk Naval Station (N-40085-11-C-4572).
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article: Adapting to Flooding in Norfolk
As Virginia’s Hampton Roads faces significant challenges due to a high rate of relative sea level rise, which will require innovative long-term strategies for resilient design, a new residential project at Naval Station Norfolk provides a viable solution for managing stormwater through exfiltration basins.
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article: Time-Saving Lean Design
Changing world events are influencing the already rapid pace of U.S. military reorganization. As the U.S. Arty continues its transformation from a defensive “Cold War: posture against former Warsaw Pact countries…

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article: Swift Military Action – Clark Construction and LS3P design-build barracks project at Fort Jackson
Bethesda, Md.-based Clark Design/Build LLC wasn’t the lowest bidder for the new basic training complex for the U.S. Army’s Fort Jackson facility near Columbia, S.C. But it was the fastest.

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