ATC Dormitories 1 and 3 are housing facilities within the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland complex that replaced eight Recruit Housing and Training buildings built in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The new buildings are mission-specific facilities designed to house, educate, train and feed 1,250 recruits at any given time.

Construction elements include concrete flooring, cast-in-place concrete columns, CMU interior partitions, aluminum windows with translucent glazing, aggregate finish pre-cast panels, standing seam metal roofing, stucco finish, and pre-finished metal fascia. Satterfield & Pontikes set up a Building Information Modeling (BIM) virtual studio at the project site for coordinating mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection components.


  • Construction management
  • Project controls
  • Quality assurance and quality control program
  • Testing and commissioning
  • Project close-out
  • Cost control
S&P Services
  • General Contracting
  • Joint Venture
  • BIM-Based Management
  • LEED New Construction (NC) Silver Projects

US Army Corps of Engineers – Ft. Worth District


Lackland Air Force Base, Texas


502,616 SF

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