United States Army – Advanced Individual Training Barracks


  • Michael Baker Jr., Inc. – Alexandria, Virginia
  • W.G. Yates & Sons Construction – Fort Gordon, Georgia

Fort Gordon, Georgia

Project Budget:

Gross Square Footage:
91,000 square feet


Fort Gordon, Georgia is home to the U.S. Army Signal Corps and Signal Center, which trains more military personnel than any other training center of the U.S. Army. The main component of the post is the Advanced Individual Training for Signal Corps military occupational specialties. With the installation of the new Barracks, Convergent Technologies provided acoustical design services for interior sound isolation as well as noise and vibration control. This included analysis of the radiated, structure-born, and inlet/outlet octave-band sound power levels for HVAC equipment in addition to recommendations for Sound Transmission Class (STC) ratings of partition types and floor slab/ceiling construction. Analysis and calculation were delivered in the form of a narrative report, which also contained details for selected partition types based on the recommended acoustical design criteria. Acoustical recommendations for doors and acoustical seals and details for caulking, closure at pipe and duct penetrations and partition intersections were also provided. The sound isolation analysis also included the study of the sleeping quarters, with recommendations on the construction of partitions and ductwork layout between various spaces. Convergent’s services commenced with the Construction Documents phase of the project. This project was completed in early 2011.




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