Live Fire Exercise Shoothouse

SUHAIL was the prime for this project under a five year contract with the United States Army Corps of Engineers

Programming Documents for a Live Fire Exercise Shoothouse (LFSH) located on existing Range 44 at Fort Campbell, KY including a design charrette at the base with all of the stake holders on the project and representatives of the design team. The charrette validated the project scope presented in the DD form 1391, confirming that a standard design LFSH per U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Design Guide, would meet the needs of the range manager. The project team reviewed major building systems components, floor plans and site plan options with the users. Cost estimates were developed using PACES

The Shoothouse included a new structure with eight training rooms and two corridors, blow panels, target controls and a catwalk overview area. Ballistic wall construction consisted of 3/8" AR500 steel plate with replaceable DuraBlock panels. The ROCA included an After Action Review Building, Operations/Storage Building, and Ammunition Breakdown Building. Services included civil, architecture, structural, MEP, communications, environmental design, and cost estimating.