Army Corp of Engineers
This highly unique project involved the redesign of a former WWII bomb factory into an exceptionally efficient and sustainable building. Retrofit applications always present challenges in terms of unique project requirements and outstanding attention to detail and current codes.
One of the primary challenges of this project was the need for high-grade access control systems. The building was to be used as a sustainable office space for government staff and required a high level of security. Kinship supplied state-of-the-art access control systems through electrified locksets, keypad access, and high-traffic egress solutions.
The doors were one of several important design elements of the building and needed to meet strict LEED codes to help the building achieve its green goals. Kinship worked closely with the general contractors to deliver high-quality architectural-grade doors that met the necessary codes and standards.
The access control systems and doors supplied by Kinship were key elements of the building’s sustainable design and helped make the project one of the ‘Top 10 Green Projects’ in the US.
- The project involved the redesign of a former WWII bomb factory into a sustainable building.
- Kinship supplied high-grade access control systems to meet the needs of government standards.
- All doors met stringent LEED certifications to meet the owner’s green goals.
- The project was one of the ‘Top 10 Green Projects’ in the US.
- Unique retrofit applications achieved around an existing industrial space.