Fort Riley 1st Infantry Division Headquarters
Construction of Infantry Division Headquarters / Fort RileyKS
Can locally sourced materials be used in the construction of a headquarters?
This headquarters building houses essential 1st Infantry Division command and administrative functions. The 3-story steel and precast structure is faced with locally harvested limestone veneer and features a spacious three-story atrium and waiting area lit by curtain wall extending the full height of the building. The facility provides space for critical Division operations, including a joint operations center (JOC), a network operations center (NOC), administrative offices, conference rooms, a sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF), and a large auditorium/briefing room. The project scope also involved extensive site development, including the creation of Victory Park and the complete replacement of a 7-mile portion of Williston Point Road.

Facts And Figures

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District

Completed April 2009


139,000 square feet

Delivery Methods

Construction Manager at Risk

The Team