1 January 2005
with change 25 October 2006
Heating, occupied 68 degrees F (20 C); maintained 55 degrees F (13 C)
Cooling, occupied none; maintained none
Ventilation comply with ASHRAE 62.1
Lighting 20 fc
Voice/data pay phones
Lounge / sofa chairs with woven "Crypton" upholstery
Wood occasional tables
Freestanding literature rack (wall mounted optional)
Trophy and display cases (built-in preferred)
special features or considerations
Verify if Tenants require card readers, door security, CCTV, etc.
Special lighting for displays
Finishes in this space may be upgraded for image reasons
Exterior building finishes may be incorporated into the area to provide a
transition into the building
USAR does not want wall vinyl due to difficulty of repair
Concealed sprinkler heads for esthetics/1/
4-2.8.1 The assembly hall provides space for troop formations, maintenance of
equipment, personnel assemblies, food service seating and large group assemblies for
instructional training. It is a multipurpose space which will be used for any large indoor
events associated with the facility.
4-2.8.2 Tenants occasionally request that the assembly hall be divided with operable
panel partitions to enable its use as additional classrooms or a conference center; this
requires Using Service approval. In this configuration, an adjacency to the other
classrooms should be considered.
4-2.8.3 Tenants also occasionally request an overhead door to allow vehicle entry for
loading for maneuvers; this was typical in older armories, but is discouraged now. If
approved by the Using Service, the assembly hall finishes should be downgraded to
reflect this more utilitarian function and use.
Space Design Information
Occupancy count varies; typically less intensive use assembly space