Frontenac Engineering provided civil engineering services and land surveying services for boundary, improvement, and topographic alta/acsm survey of 120-acre rural property for the New National Personnel Records Center. The National Archives and Records Administration working through the General Services Administration began the design of a new building for its National Personnel Records Center in 2007. The building features storage for over 80 million civilian and military personnel files, plus public research rooms, an archival preservation laboratory, public meeting rooms and staff offices. Design included strict standards for fire prevention, security, temperature and humidity control, and air filtration. The facility houses 600 employees.
The scope of this project consisted of relocation of the national archive records administration facility to a new state-of-the-art building. Site location, layout, and functionality were key design considerations on this project.
Land surveying, Construction study, Flood plain study, Civil design, Preparation of construction Documents, Construction staking
General Service Administration/ Molasky Group of Companies