New BEQ promises better future for barracks life

New BEQ promises better future for barracks life

Lance Cpl. Andrew D. Thornburn | Combat Correspondent | Published in the Observation Post Marines from 3rd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, now have a modern, spacious and energy efficient place to call home after Brig. Gen. H. Stacy Clardy III, the Combat...
Ribbon Cutting: P-906 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters

Ribbon Cutting: P-906 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters

On May 24th, RQ Construction celebrated the Ribbon Cutting for the P-906 BEQ & Parking Structure at MCAGCC Twentynine Palms. Designed and built to LEED Gold standard, this $32.8M, four-story BEQ features 192 rooms with semi-private bathrooms, indoor and outdoor...

Rapid Building for Disaster Response – The Military Engineer

Brian Smith, M.SAME, George Rogers, M.SAME, and Steven H. Miller, M.SAME | Published in The Military Engineer Consider this scenario: You must build a town of more than 50 permanent buildings from the ground up in just seven months. The remote desert location is...

The Ultimate Test

Steven H. Miller | Featured at ConcreteProducts.com A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) contract for a 56-building complex in the southern California desert provided the brutal proving ground for Ecolite Concrete’s new wall system. As a building mock-up...