Joint Services Lodging Facility, Phase II
at Youngstown Air Reserve Station
The Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Joint Service Lodging Facility, is a Phase II addition to the existing base lodging.
Originally built in 1953, the existing structure houses 76 rooms, 65 of which are used for double occupancy. The new three-story facility replaced the existing structure, providing a total of 338 lodging rooms required to meet current base and joint use (Naval and Marine Reserves) requirements. Designed as a “campus” setting, the new structure provides aesthetically pleasing and functional facilities while maximizing force protection opportunities. The building was constructed using Insulating Concrete Forms (ICF), supported slabs, and face brick. This building is the tallest the Army Corp. of Engineers has constructed using the ICF material.
Shook Construction and Raymond Jackson Enterprises have formed a Mentor-Protégé Joint Venture through the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) Business Development Program. This unique joint venture provides RJ Enterprises the benefits of Shook’s enhanced capacity, resources and past experience when pursuing both public and private projects.
A ribbon cutting ceremony took place in June 2012. For the official local news story, click here.
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