PortfolioMilitary Special Forces Centric Training Center design Military Special Forces Centric Training Center design Project Summary The Florida Department of Military Affairs selected Hanson to develop programming requirements, perform master planning, and develop a conceptual design for the Camp Blanding Special Forces Centric Training Center (SFCTC). The SFCTC will be a modern training complex for military assigned to Special Forces at Camp Blanding. The proposed facility includes a 70,000-square-foot readiness center, a 16,900-square-foot parachute rigger facility, a 30,800-square-foot isolation facility, a 13,450-square-foot maintenance facility, and a 23,930-square-foot waterborne training facility. Hanson’s scope of services included conducting a three-and-a-half day on-site charrette and gathering user requirements for reporting purposes. Over the course of a year and a half, Hanson was invited to provide supplementary charrettes to refine the conceptual design and assist in the process of dividing the complex into four, $10 million funding portions. As a result of their services, the Hanson team received a certificate of appreciation from the client. The project included helping to prepare the DD Form 1390/91, which provides cost information, square-footage breakdowns, etc., and organizing justification write-ups provided by the Department of Military Affairs. All SFCTC buildings were designed to comply with Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection guidelines and to achieve a U.S. Green Building Council LEED® Silver level for sustainable design. Show More Project Images Military Special Forces Centric Training Center design This album stores photos for the Military Special Forces Centric Training Center design project.