Fort Knox Human Resource Center

Laminators Inc.

To integrate, coordinate, and synchronize human resource functions, the Fort Knox Human Resource Center of Excellence complex will employ nearly 4,300 soldiers and civilians. The 883,180 square-foot complex, spanning over 104 acres and costing approximately $192 million, is the largest single building project in Fort Knox’s history and includes six interconnected buildings. The Kentucky-based project will consolidate the Army Human Resources Command and Accessions Command from Virginia, Indiana and Missouri.

As a requirement of the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (USACE), the Fort Knox project must achieve a LEED® Silver sustainable design certification. Various measures were taken and materials used to meet the environmental goals, including the use of 88,000 square feet of Classic Bronze Omega-Lite aluminum composite panels, manufactured by Laminators Incorporated. Omega-Lite panels contain a total of 70% total recycled which can contribute to achieving LEED points. The panels were installed by Abrams Architectural Products of Austell, GA, using Laminators’ 1-piece Tight-Fit Moldings installation system.

Other companies involved with the Fort Knox Human Resource Center of Excellence project include HNTB Corporation of Indianapolis, IN and Turner Universal of Huntsville, AL.

About Laminators Inc.

Laminators Logo Laminators Incorporated manufactures high-quality, American-made aluminum composite panel products. Known for their strength, durability and ease of installation, Laminators’ panels are used for building cladding, curtain wall infill or to provide dramatic accents of color, and can be used in conjunction with traditional masonry or glass. Featuring on-site fabrication and installation, Laminators’ ACM panels are available in 40 standard colors and in three different types of finishes. To learn more, visit www.laminatorsinc.com.

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