Bradley Barracks at the United States Military Academy (USMA) in West Point is the largest barracks within the Cadet Barracks Upgrade Program (CBUP). Initially built in 1969, the barracks required a major modernization renovation due to its age and continuous use. EwingCole, via the Jacobs-EwingCole JV designed the renovation and modernization of this historic, collegiate gothic, six-story, 305,221 square-foot structure, integrating new infrastructure, utilities, modern amenities, and finishes. The upper floors have been transformed into contemporary living spaces for 824 cadets, now featuring updated bathrooms, storage solutions, and collaboration zones. Additionally, the basement level has been revamped to include a new game room, mechanical and electrical rooms, and cadet storage. Given USMA’s space and mission requirements, a phased execution plan was necessary to ensure that the facility remained occupied by cadets during construction. EwingCole also conducted exterior enhancements, introduced an LED lighting system, and implemented new water-efficient plumbing. As a result of these improvements, the building is equivalent to USGBC LEED v4 Silver standards.