Operational Readiness Training Complex, Fort Hunter Liggett

Fort Hunter Liggett, CA, United States

This Army Reserve training facility is pursuing Net Zero Energy

The $62 million, 180,300 SF training complex for the U.S. Army Reserves is one of a select few nationwide pursuing Net Zero Energy. It consists of nine buildings of enlisted and officer’s quarters, administration, storage sheds, and area distribution node with emergency power. HVAC consists of variable refrigerant volume space conditioning coupled to heat recovery ventilators. Domestic hot water is supported by solar hot water panels. Targeting LEED Gold and LEED Silver certification.


  • BIM/Revit
  • Data Network Converged (LAN)
  • Data Network Wireless (WLAN/Wi-FI)
  • Electrical Engineering
  • LEED Consulting
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Plumbing
  • Security Access Control
  • Site Lighting
  • Sound System/Public Address
  • Telecom Infrastructure
  • Telephone System
  • Video Boards and Production