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Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Academy Phase II

Fort McCoy, WI

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Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Size: 38,000 SF
Completion: October 2012
Architect / Engineer: Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. (SEH)
Awarded Silver LEED Certification

Project Description:

Phase II of construction at the Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Academy at Fort McCoy added 12 classrooms to the NCO Academy’s existing administrative building. The NCO Academy provides professional development training to Army Reserve Soldiers, specifically noncommissioned officers. The facility will be the site for all Battle Staff NCO Course training in the U.S. Army Reserve. It will also make available several new classrooms for the Warrior Leader Course.

The two-story, 38,000 square-foot classroom facility supports NCO Academy courses, consolidates most of the NCO instructors and students, and provides the most modern computer/technological amenities available.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville is the contracting oversight organization, with assistance from the Omaha, Nebraska, office.


“The quality control manager and technical team performed exceptionally on this project.... Daily reports were exceptional, accurate and timely throughout all phases of the project. The CQCSM produced by far the best daily reports this evaluator has observed in his career. The submittal process was efficient, timely and seamless.... The building’s quality was outstanding.”

Roy Brewer, Project Engineer
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers