Ft. Benning Integrator Program


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


Ft. Benning, Georgia


Exp Federal provided program coordination services to USACE for the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Act, facilitating the relocation of the armor school from Ft. Knox to Ft. Benning. This BRAC action was critical in creating the new Maneuver Center of Excellence which has become part of the Armor School's doctrine transformation of training for infantry and armor soldiers. The Ft. Benning Integrator program had construction projects completed worth over $3.5 billion.


As the program manager, exp Federal coordinated the design, construction, and scheduling for over 150 concurrent projects. These projects included barracks, equipment maintenance facilities, dining centers, brigade and battalion headquarters, company operation facilities, tank training simulator labs, a new hospital, road improvements, utilities, and both live fire small arms and tank ranges. Many of these facilities are Centers of Standardization (COS) building designs. Exp Federal also managed utility coordination with private utility providers, utility contractors, and provided utility scheduling. Included in our coordination efforts, as part of a U.S. Army Telecommunications I3MP program upgrade valued at $200 million, the entire base had a new communication infrastructure designed and constructed including new conduit infrastructure and direct burial fiber. This work required extensive environmental and construction schedule coordination which exp helped coordinate.