U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Halff provided design for a new 22,000 sf building separate from the existing AMOC facility. The addition serves as the primary visitor and security entrance for the AMOC campus of buildings.
The facility contains a 1,500-sf data and communications center, IT staff offices for 40 personnel, a multipurpose training/conference room for staff and law enforcement partners. The project also includes a new 237-space parking area to support staff and visitor parking requirements.
The building is constructed of reinforced concrete masonry with an interior insulation layer of R-21 polyisocyanurate rigid board. The roof structure consists of wide rib metal decking supported by steel joists and steel beams. The roof is insulated with 4.5-inch (R-30) polyisocyanurate rigid board and covered with a white reflective membrane.
The center conducts air and marine surveillance, providing direct coordination to air and marine operations; CBP law enforcement personnel on the border; and other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies conducting criminal investigations.
- Structural Engineering
- MEP Engineering
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