The 102,000-square-foot Readiness Center consolidates and improves accommodations for six Northern California Guard units on a 10-acre site located in a mixed-use government and industrial area south of the state capital. The facility is part of a three-building complex including the Readiness Center, Field Maintenance Support, and a future Vehicle Maintenance Training Bay. The Readiness Center supports weekend training functions for a variety of units; provides office, classroom, and logistical support; and can be used for Guard related social functions. The design clearly expresses the Guard’s desire for an energy efficient, functional, and flexible facility, which presents a forward looking, inspirational image to the public.
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