Kennedy Space Center Central Campus Design NASA

Project Description

The new seven-story, 200,000-SF Headquarters is a gateway building and Central Campus hub for NASA’s employees at the Kennedy Space Center. This project was led by HuntonBrady as the prime consultant to NASA, with Jones Edmunds as subconsultant throughout all design and construction phases. Jones Edmunds provided site stormwater management system design and permitting, including modifications to the KSC Region 1 Stormwater Permit, utility infrastructure design including water, sanitary sewer, and stormwater utilities and paving and grading of new roadway connections and parking facilities. We provided NASA with follow-on construction administration services for Phase 1 of the new Headquarters building, Kennedy Data Center facility, and associated off-site infrastructure improvements. Jones Edmunds is also providing design services for Phase 2 of the project and has designed a new signalized intersection currently in construction at the main entrance to the Headquarters building off of NASA Parkway.

This project is part of a planned campus theme designed to replace the current Headquarters building and several other support buildings within the Industrial Area. The campus theme was developed during a Master Planning effort in 2010 led by Jones Edmunds with HuntonBrady as the Chief Architect and Planner supporting NASA. The Master Planning effort developed multiple new campus scenarios, each involving transportation, infrastructure, and facilities planning elements, ultimately arriving at the selection of the concept used in the current design and construction phases.

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