The accolades continue for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Omaha District’s new High Altitude Research Laboratory (HARL) atop PikesPeak! It recently garnered top honors from the Design-Build Institute of America as Best Small Project and a Merit Award in the Federal Project category. (https://dbia.org/project/high-altitude-research-lab-best-small-projects/).
High altitude and mountainous terrains present a challenging environment and a unique opportunity for research and development. At 14,115 feet, this facility is the highest U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project in the world and one of the most remote. The new HARL replaces the old deficient structure and will enhance the United States Army’s ability to conduct medical research and prepare warfighters for battle.
Congratulations GE Johnson and to the entire design-build team!