USACE AEC Pershing Barracks Renovation Modernization West Point New York

Description: The Department of the Army, US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), New York District, has a requirement for the repair of the entire Pershing Barracks, a 124,692 SF, multi-story cadet barracks building at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY (USMA-WP).

Customer: Army

NAICS: 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction

RFP: Q2 FY16


  • The scope of the work entails the repair of the entire Pershing Barracks (Building 751).  Building repairs will address the interior configuration, life/safety, energy conservation, and utility systems which can no longer accommodate modern living conditions
  • Architecture repairs will address space deficiencies for programmed functions such as: laundry, storage, day rooms, study rooms, TAC offices, barrack rooms, and latrines to address gender equality for both male and female Cadets. Interior repairs will address failing condition of walls, floors, ceilings and stairwells.  Building exterior and envelope repairs will address water infiltration systems, structural roof systems, insulation and waterproofing, windows, rooftop equipment screening, and exterior masonry and limestone
  • Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing (MEP) repairs will be made to fire suppression and water supply systems, fire alarm and mass notification system, fire detection/protection/monitoring/controls, heating and ventilation systems, plumbing systems, electrical systems, telecommunication and cabling systems, closed circuit television (CCTV), alarm and card access systems, public address systems, time clock systems, cable television systems, and distributed antenna systems (DAS)
  • Hazardous building materials (HAZMAT) including asbestos, lead, radon, and mold are known to exist.  Repairs will include the abatement of all HAZMAT that is known.  It is anticipated that additional unknown HAZMAT will be discovered during repair and will also be abated.  Personnel will not directly be exposed at any time during the repairs of the facility and will not be exposed directly to HAZMAT during its removal
  • This facility will accommodate 270 Cadets for a total of 135 rooms after the repairs are complete.  There are 6 Tactical Officers and Tactical NCOs in addition to the cadet rooms
  • Repairs will comply with EPAct 2005, EISA 2007, Executive Orders (EO) 13423 and 13514, and other current Guiding Principles for High Performance and Sustainable Building. This project will follow guidance detailed in the DoD Sustainable Buildings Policy and UFC 1-200-02 requirements
  • Sustainable principles will be integrated into the design development and construction of the project in accordance with Executive Order 13423 and other applicable laws and executive orders