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US Coast Guard Waste Water Treatment Facility
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Citation Award

Architecture

The US Coast Guard (USCG) Training Center (TRACEN) Wastewater Treatment Facility replaces an existing treatment facility. The new facility enhances and expands the treatment, storage, and irrigation capacity on the base. Despite being a sewer treatment plant it is important to the Coast Guard client that the buildings be architecturally attractive and environmentally synergistic on a campus with housing units for USCG personnel and their families. The USCG TRACEN is designed to be the most environmentally sustainable Coast Guard base in the world. The Coast Guard’s new wastewater treatment facility reduces the base’s potable water demand by 20,000,000 gallons a year through state of the art waste water treatment, storage, and water recycling.


Architect
Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects
Owner
US Coast Guard
General Contractor
CDM Smith
Geotechnical Engineer
Fugro West, Inc.
Irrigation Consultant
Russ Mitchell & Associates
Cost Consulting
Saylor Consulting Group
Landscape
Larry Reed
Principal, Civil, Mechanical, Structural Engineer
GHD
Electrical
GHD
Lighting
LumenWorks
Photography
Billy Hustace Photography
Competition
Design Awards 2017