The project is the LSC (Logistics Support Center) to be constructed in two (2) phases. The Louisville District obtained the services of the Architect to provide a DB RFP design for the new two-story facility to accommodate 164 personnel (phase I) currently housed in portable facilities that are inadequate in size and function to perform mission critical duties. The major feature of this facility is the open office spaces on the first and second floors to provide maximum flexibility and greater interaction between logistics personnel. Support spaces, office space, and training/multi-purpose areas will be located on the building’s perimeter. Other supporting facilities include utilities, paving, storm drainage, exterior lighting, site improvements, communications infrastructure backbone and AT/FP requirements. Facility will be designed to meet the requirements of a LEED Silver Certification, and the design-build contractor will be required to register the project with the U. S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Typical for the Architect, a charrette was performed to kick off the design process.