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MCOE Headquarters is part of. Fort Benning’s Sustainability Rhythm. USGBC Certifying LEED GOLD Building. CENTRAL UTILITY PLANT (CUP).

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MCOE Headquarters is part of

Fort Benning’s

Sustainability Rhythm

USGBC Certifying LEED GOLD Building


MCOE Commanding Major General H. R. McMaster Garrison Commander Colonel Jeffrey Fletcher


MCOE Headquarters

McGinnis-Wickam Hall


Fort Benning's newly renovated headquarters building is named McGinnis-Wickam Hall for two Medal of Honor recipients, Spc. Ross A. McGinnis and Cpl. Jerry W. Wickam. McGinnis was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for his actions during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2006. He trained to be an Infantry Soldier at Fort Benning with the 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, 198th Infantry Brigade. Wickam was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for his actions near Loc Ninh, Republic of Vietnam, in 1968. He trained to be an Armored Cavalry Soldier at Fort Knox, Ky. The building was first officially dedicated in June 1964. In August, nearly 550 personnel returned to the building. When Phases II and III are complete, more than 800 employees and students will occupy the building daily.

Project Summary

Funding Type: SRM

Acquisition Method: Design-Bid-Build

Total Cost: $193M

Construction: $168M

Design: $10M

Furniture: $6M


Construction was divided into three phases:

Phase I: Tower and Auditorium (340,000 SF/$125M)

Phase II: West Wing (90,000 SF/$17M)

Phase III: East Wing (90,000 SF/$16M)

Designer: AECOM

Construction Contractors:

Phase I: Tower and Auditorium

Construction Progress: Complete

Move-in Date: 2AUG11

Marshall Auditorium – 1320 Seats

Small Auditorium – 400 Seats

4 – 200 Seat Classrooms

6 –18 person Classrooms

1 – Computer Classroom

180,000SF Administrative Area

8,000 SF AAFES (Burger King, Froots, Green Beans Coffee)

4,000 SF SCIF

LEED Credit Summary

9 of 14 credits under Sustainable Sites

4 of 5 credits under Water Efficiency

5 of 17 credits under Energy & Atmosphere

6 of 13 credits under Materials & Resources

10 of 15 credits under Environmental Quality

5 of 5 Innovation & Design Process

  • Green Building Highlights
  • Anticipating LEED Gold (Summer 2012)
  • Rainwater Collection for Irrigation and Cooling Tower Make-up Water
  • 11,000 SF Solar Panels
  • 85% Recycled Construction Waste and Demolition Debris
  • Water Saving Fixtures
  • High Efficiency Lighting System

Phase II: West Wing

Construction Progress: 65% Complete

Beneficial Occupancy Date: 15MAY12

Furniture Package Installed: 15JUN12

Soldier Ready Date: 15JUL12

18,000 SF Emergency Operations Center

30,000SF Administrative Area

8,000 SF Men’s/Woman’s Locker Room

1 – 200 seat Classroom

3 –18 person Classrooms

Phase III: East Wing

Construction Progress: 87% Complete

Beneficial Occupancy Date: 2MAR12

Furniture Package Installed: 6APR12

Soldier Ready Date: 4MAY12

32 – 18 person Classrooms

Computer Maintenance Shop/Admin

AAFES PX Convenience Store

AAFES Barber Shop

Team Sustainability

Team Sustainability