TWENTYNINE PALMS, CALIF. — Straub Construction Inc. has selected KMA Architecture & Engineering to assist in the design coordination for eight sites within the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms. Currently under construction, the 14-site project will total 231,834 square feet when complete in April 2010. The 147-building project features 41 administrative buildings (32,640 square feet); nine maintenance structures (16,980 square feet); two large storage structures (8,500 square feet); 63 ISO containers (3,040 square feet); three CMS vaults (1,440 square feet); 12 restroom trailers (3,528 square feet); 13 armories (3,564 square feet); and 4 classroom buildings (7,274 square feet). The KMA project team consists of Jay Janda, Tim Rubesh and Alison Warren. RBF Consultants is providing civil engineering services, while Grace Evan Technical Services is providing engineering specification services.

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