Project Description

Soctt Barracks Renovation / Modernization
West Point, NY

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Scott Barracks was originally built in 1938 and did not meet the current Army standards of living.  EwingCole was then commissioned as the AE of Record for the $53M design/build renovation and modernization of this 147,000 SF, 239-room barracks. Design and construction was completed in 11 months.  The renovation/modernization design meets the square footage, power, communications, security, and utility requirements necessary for the next fifty years.  Additional work included building code compliance and mold remediation, as well as a new fire suppression, fire notification, and infrastructure system tying into the campus-wide system.  Infrastructure improvements brought the building into compliance with all current health, safety, and building codes requirements.


“Scott Barracks was a huge success due to the team philosophy that was shared between EwingCole, the Designer of Record; FSA/JKC Joint Venture, the General Contractor; and the USMA. The project was completed on time and on budget due to the fact that each party involved shared the same teamwork philosophy. Without this, the project would have never been such a great success.”
Daniel C. Middleton
Project Manager
United States Military Academy