Cherry Point Bachelor Enlisted Quarters

MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina

Today’s military housing improves their quality of life.

When the U.S. Navy needed to grow troop housing at a North Carolina air station, they turned to long-time partner: Haskell. Haskell’s integrated design-build approach, top-of-the-industry safety record and strong sustainable design and construction capabilities drove the Navy’s decision.

We crafted sustainable housing with plenty of amenities.

Haskell’s sustainable housing solution was two, mirror-imaged four-story buildings with 180 sleeping rooms. A centrally focused layout allows for quiet and calm open spaces inside and out. A large outdoor gathering area supports relaxation with lighted basketball courts, a picnic pavilion, grills, a covered bike rack and a great lawn. Residents also have access to laundry, a multi-purpose recreational lounge and vending areas.

The U.S. Navy achieved its goal — and then some.

When complete, Haskell exceeded the contractual requirements of LEED Silver by delivering a LEED® Gold Certified facility. With unique rooftop rainwater harvesting capabilities, the facility produces its own toilet water. We are proud to have created such a smart, hardworking facility for the Marines.

  • 88,208-square-foot Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQ) facility providing housing, gathering areas and various indoor/outdoor recreational amenities
  • Tunnel form construction
  • ROICC Cherry Point Walt Baer Safe Contractor of the Year Award
  • LEED® Gold Certified – 41 points (v2.2). Exceeded contractual requirement for LEED® Silver Certification
  • Water Conservation – Reduced water use by 40 percent
  • Energy Conservation – Reduced energy use by 26 percent compared to ASHRAE standard
  • Materials – 12 percent of building materials came from recycled sources, and 41 percent were produced regionally. Diverted 77 percent of construction waste from landfills
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The benefits of having the design and construction staff under one roof and all working for the same employer has been apparent from the start. If you want to do design-build, working with a company like Haskell is the way to go."

Jeff Rhodes, P.E.
Resident Officer in Charge of Construction, Cherry Point, U.S. Navy
Photo of multi-purpose room

The benefits of having the design and construction staff under one roof and all working for the same employer has been apparent from the start. If you want to do design-build, working with a company like Haskell is the way to go."

Jeff Rhodes, P.E.
Resident Officer in Charge of Construction, Cherry Point, U.S. Navy
Exterior photo of Cherry Point Bachelor Enlisted Quarters

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