1 January 2005
with change 25 October 2006
1-8.2.2 The D/B RFP may include conceptual site and building plans, conceptual
image sketches, and outline specifications.
A typical facility consists of two major components: the training center and
related maintenance facilities.
Chapter 4 delineates the functional and environmental requirements for most
individual spaces within the training center and maintenance buildings. Not all projects
will include all of the spaces, nor are all of the possible types of spaces included in this
Design Guide. Specific information on the types and sizes of spaces authorized is
determined by the project documentation. The Design Agency will supplement the
information in this Guide in the project documentation and at the initial design
The Army Reserve Center or training center (TC) generally consists of five
main functional groups: administrative, assembly/kitchen, weapons, educational, and
storage. Supporting these main functional groups are the special training and support
areas. Within each group are subordinate functional areas that contribute to the
operation of the group. Circulation and structural space are allocated to each project
based on the size of the other authorized spaces.
1-9.3.1 The administrative group consists of spaces for offices, recruiting/retention,
information technology, administrative support, and a lobby.
1-184.108.40.206 Full-time and unit exclusive office space is dedicated space for full-time
employees and unit supervisors. These may be single or shared offices.
1-220.127.116.11 Unit common office space is shared space for use by non-supervisory unit
personnel. The unit common workstations are available for use by the various Tenant
units on their assigned drill weekends.
1-18.104.22.168 Supporting spaces include such functions as the mailroom, administrative
support rooms, information technology, recruiting/retention offices, family support office,
and the lobby.
1-9.3.2 The assembly/kitchen group consists of the assembly hall, table and chair
storage, and the kitchen.
1-22.214.171.124 The main element of the assembly group is a multipurpose space for
assembly. The hall serves as a large classroom, a practical training area, a dining room,
1-126.96.36.199 The kitchen serves as a training space for cooks, and is also used to prepare
and serve meals for drills and other events.