Joint Force Readiness Center for SD Army National Guard


About The Project

Constructed as two separate phases due to funding issues, the Joint Force Readiness Center is a LEED-Rated three-story masonry structure located on Camp Rapid of the SD Army National Guard.

The design considered detailed threat assessments and structure hardening in addition to the more common anti-terrorism/force protection requirements (AT/FP) for portions of the building exterior. The National Guard Bureau was consulted and gave guidance as to the final requirements for AT/FP that were used in the final design for the project.

Project Details
  • Location: Rapid City, SD
  • Dollar Value:
    Phase I—$24.4 Million
    Phase II—$4.7 Million
  • Square Footage:
    Phase I—141,000 SF
    Phase II—24,980 SF
  • Owner:  SD Army National Guard
  • Architect:  FourFront Design Inc.
  • General Contractor:  Scull Construction Services
  • Completion Date:
    Phase I—2010
    Phase II—2011