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New Army Training Support Center Under Construction
March 26, 2010

New $13.6 million Army Training and Support Center, Joint Base Langley-Eustis (Artist's rendering/DJG, Inc.)

The U.S. Army broke ground March 16th at Joint Base Langley-Eustis for a new $13.6 million Army Training Support Center, or ATSC, headquarters.

The 56,700 square-foot military construction project is managed by the Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the 733rd Mission Support Group’s Civil Engineer Division. The project contractor is Homeland Contracting, Inc., a woman-owned minority small business, based in Virginia Beach, Va.

The new ATSC headquarters, set for completion in spring 2011, includes administrative offices, special work areas, classrooms, conference rooms, storage areas, mailroom, and video and telecommunication spaces.

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