Minnesota Army National Guard Winona Armory

Winona, MN | Government + Cultural

Overview

The Winona Armory provides an upgraded facility to serve as a modern Readiness Center.


Opportunity

To upgrade the interior and exterior of the armory to meet the needs of the Minnesota Army National Guard.

Solution

The redesign and renovation of the Winona Minnesota Army National Guard Minnesota facility allowed the facility to serve as a modern Readiness Center for the Winona area. The scope of the Winona Armory renovation includes upgrading the HVAC systems, reconfiguring space utilization to meet design criteria, upgrading the appearance of the facility, and upgrading the building to meet accessibility and ADA requirements. The upgraded building will meet life and safety codes to effectively serve as an Emergency Operations Center and will be able to house soldiers or the general public overnight. The 18,050square-foot facility was designed to meet the National Guard’s Design Guide for Readiness Centers and the General Facilities Information Design Guide standards.


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