As envisioned in the 2002 master plan, the Information Technology Complex (ITC) uses a campus approach with five phased buildings arranged around a landscaped courtyard, joined by a curving circulation spine, totaling 530,000 square feet. The 97,000 sf, $25 million Phase I of the ITC provides state-of-the-art computing, collaborative modeling, and simulation environments to enhance weapon system life-cycle acquisition and support capabilities. The Phase I design further evolved the Master Plan to accommodate new requirements and reduce costs while maintaining and enhancing the vision of the original campus. Phase I integrates leading edge simulation facilities with the supercomputing resources required to drive them. It consolidates critical classified computing and workspaces for modeling, simulation, analysis and design. The project was built within budget, and all bid options were realized. The ITC is an an internationally recognized center of excellence at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
LEED Gold Certified
USAF Design Award For Concept Design
USAF Materiel Command Design Award For Concept Design
1 Of The 4 Super-Computing Sites In The Nation
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