Fort Lewis uses modular barracks to shorten construction time

10/20/2008 | News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.), The

Washington state's Fort Lewis Army base will build 83,000 square feet of barracks using ready-to-assemble modules that will save construction time. "We probably saved six months because we used modular construction," said Bud Cooper, project manager. Fort Lewis, the Army's fourth-largest post, plans to house an additional 2,000 soldiers over the next five years.

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