Purcell Construction's diverse portfolio is a testament of our dedication to meet the ever changing demands of the industry.

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91st Military Police Barracks

Purcell was the design builder for the $54 million 91st Military Police Barracks Facility which included the construction of 3 new three story barracks buildings totaling approximately 250,000 SF and to meet a capacity of 672 personnel.

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Operational Readiness Training Center (ORTC)

This project has achieved LEED Gold certification for all five buildings on the 47 acre site. Sustainable features included an extensive photovoltaic array, low-flow plumbing fixtures, and energy efficient lighting controls.

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Warriors In Transition Barracks

The Warrior In Transition (WIT) Unit project is to provide accommodations to non-critically injured Soldiers to aid in their recuperation with fellow soldiers, leaders and families.

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10100 Area Barracks

Purcell Construction acted as general construction subcontractor on this project. The 10100 Area Barracks was a design-build project consisting of three, 3-story buildings to accommodate 426 soldiers.

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AIT Barracks, Phase I

This project consists of the first phase of dormitory/barracks construction in the TA5 area of Fort Lee, VA.

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Mock Village/Shoot House

The Mock Village and Shoot House project involved the construction of an Afghanistan Village Complex on approximately 5 acres on Ft. Drum, NY.

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Mahone Ave Barracks

This five-story building provides housing for 300 soldiers and 450 soldiers at surge capacity, for a total building square footage of 103,254.

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AIT Barracks, Phase II – Ft. Lee

This project is the second phase of dormitory/barracks buildings on the TA5 area of Fort Lee, VA.

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Warriors In Transition (WIT) Barracks

The Warriors In Transition project is a four-story, 48,200 SF barracks building, located on a 3.34 acre
site in Ft. Eustis, VA.

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Your construction management team’s insistence on delivering a quality product and your team’s willingness to partner with the Corps by continuing to forge ahead while dealing with complex contract issues and changes is a credit to your professionalism with the results speaking for themselves. It was a pleasure working with you.