Air National Guard (ANG) Air Readiness Center

Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland
January 1st 2004

To improve collaboration and communication between all 90 ANG "Wings," their executive leadership and logistical support functions, Gensler transformed a 100,000-square-foot traditional military workplace into a headquarters that supports new ways of working. When space programming identified a need for 30,000 square feet beyond the building's existing accommodations, the design team utilized its private sector workplace experience to implement space-saving techniques including: a universal plan across all three floors; streamlined circulation; a revised core design; and standardized office sizes that address the potential for future expansions and changes.

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