Chemical Battalion Complex, Medium Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility

Dollar Value of Project
  • $15,200,000
Location of Work
  • 06156 N. 21st Street, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 98433
  • Ted Lewis, PE – US Corps of Engineers
Project Description

New construction of a 45,000 sq. ft. pre-engineered metal building with a masonry veneer. This building is being constructed for use as a Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility at Joint Base Lewis-McChord; building features include 12 maintenance bays, offices, weapons vault, shower/locker room, tactical communications equipment, intrusion detection system, overhead crane and three smaller PEMB out-buildings on an 11 acre site. Project work also includes all building finishes, POL system, installation of a new storm water system, all utilities (sewer, water, gas, electricity, fiber optics) and a 9 acre PCC paved parking area.

The project is located on Joint Base Lewis-McChord and has been subject to the strict policies and procedures of the US Corps of Engineers as well as the regulations for Joint Base Lewis-McChord. These include complex and detailed Quality Control, Safety, LEED Silver, Waste Management, SWPPP, ESCP and Environmental Protection Plans as required in the submittal process. Please see attached CPARS rating.


“Aaron Trainor is the Project Superintendent and Dennis Trainor is the Sr. Project Manager for our Medium TEMF facility here at JBLM… the project is on schedule and has been managed extremely well.”

  • Ted Lewis, Resident Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers
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