in Awards, Design/Build, Dining, Education, Housing, Military, Renovations, Sustainability 22 Jul Improvements to barracks and dining facilities meet Ft. Jackson’s needs for expansion and sustainability. Project Type: Housing & Dining Client: US Army Corps of Engineers, Huntsville District Construction Cost: $43,600,000 Square feet: 53,000 SF As part of a joint venture, KZF provided architecture, MEP engineering, surveying and civil engineering for the design and construction of multiple facilities at Ft. Jackson. Projects include construction of two new dining facilities, renovation of barracks and conversion of existing dining facilities into classroom and training areas. The design/build process was phased to minimize disruption of day-to-day activities. The design work included improvements to make facilities eligible to be LEED® Silver certified. The KZF joint venture team was presented with an Honor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia (ACEC/G) in the 2013 Engineering Excellence Awards competition.