National Guard Combined Readiness Center
Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates designed a new Combined Readiness Center for the National Guard. This building will house a National Guard Unit and will be primarily be used for weekend drills. The building’s 5,400 SF assembly hall and kitchen facilities were designed so the facility can also be rented for public events. The building will replace the National Guard’s existing facility in York, PA.
In addition, the structure of this building is designed as an “Essential” building or Category IV Building (per the International Building Code) and conforming to DOD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings. The project also includes various administrative areas, classrooms, dedicated Arms and Comsec Vaults, personnel storage areas, shower/locker facilities, unit storage areas, and communication systems vital to the operation of this facility.
Design has been completed for this project and the project is currently on hold until funding is procured to complete construction documents and construction phases.