Federal / Military

Space Warfare Command Facility
Naval Base Point Loma, California

Ehm Architecture served as Architect under a prime contract with EPI in 2010. Services included inspection and as-built verification of existing facilities, as well as roof system repair and installation of photovoltaic systems on portions of Buildings 1 and 2 -- totaling 320,000 square feet. The overall budget was $3 million. The project was funded by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act.

Space Warfare Command Facility Naval Base Point Loma, California

Box Canyon Photovoltaic Project
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California

Ehm Architecture served as Subcontracting Architect for Engineering Partners, under a prime contract with Synergy Electric and AECOM, in 2010. We designed the inverter building and provided Site Design Services for this 6,000-panel, 1.6 megawatt system -- which is the largest photovoltaic array on any Marine Corps Base in the world. The project budget was $9.4 million, with funding through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act.

Box Canyon Photovoltaic Project Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California

Aviation Opside Clinic
Naval Air Station Lemoore, California

Ehm Architecture served as Architect under a prime contract with EPI in 2007. Services included inspection and as-built verification of existing facilities, programming and space planning for full renovation of this 30,000 square foot facility. The Aviation Clinic serves the Strike Fighter Task Force with optometry, radiology, audio testing and general health exams. Ten Flight Surgeons and various health care providers serve 900 patients per month. Construction Documents were coordinated with Naval Facilities Engineering Command - Southwest Division.

Aviation Opside ClinicNaval Air Station Lemoore, California

Naval Base Coronado Navy Seals HQ
Coronado, California

Ehm Architecture served as Architect on this project, under a prime contract with EPI in 2010. Services included inspection and as-built verification of existing facilities, as well as roof system repair and installation of photovoltaic systems on Buildings 880, 1472 and 1481 -- totaling 138,000 square feet. The overall budget was $1.4 million. The project was funded by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act.

Naval Base Coronado Navy Seals HQ Coronado, California

Landing Craft Air Cushion Facility Reroofing Project
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California

The scope of work for this 108,000 sf 7-building reroofing project included new roofing system drawings and specifications for Administrative Buildings 31900, 31903, 31904 and 31905, for the Galley Building 31906 and for Landing Craft Hangars 31908 and 31917. We are now working on reroof of a third hanger at LCAC, which will go into construction in April.

Landing Craft Air Cushion Facility Reroofing ProjectMarine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California

Communication Building
Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California

We performed programming and schematic design services in development of the Request for Qualifications, which was issued to design-build contractors. The final design was produced by Vasquez Marshall Architects, a spinoff of Conwell+Marshall & Associates. Mr. Ehm had worked at CMA in 1986, in his last job before opening his own firm .

Communication BuildingMarine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California

Reroof Bachelor's Enlisted Quarters
Naval Base Coronado, California

We provided reroofing design services under our MAAC Design-Build Contract with Premier Roofing in 2012.

Reroof Bachelor's Enlisted QuartersNaval Base Coronado, California

Reroof Helicopter Attack Squadron Hangar
Naval Base Coronado, California

We provided reroofing system design services for this 22,000 square foot facility, under our MAAC Design-Build Contract with Premier Roofing, in 2011.

Reroof Helicopter Attack Squadron HangarNaval Base Coronado, California

NB San Diego Building 116

Ehm Architecture served as Architect on this project, under a Design-Build contract with Letner Roofing in 2011. The 160,000 square foot reroof of this three-story administration building was completed one month ahead of schedule, in spite of significant rainfall during the construction period.

NB San Diego Building 116

Naval Post-Graduate School Monterey

Ehm Architecture served as Architect under a prime contract with Stronghold Engineering in 2010. Services included inspection and as-built verification of existing facilities, as well as roof system repair and installation of photovoltaic systems on portions of Buildings 226, 245 and 339 -- totaling 20,000 square feet. The overall budget was $350,000. The project was funded by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act.

Naval Post-Graduate School Monterey

MCAS Yuma

Randal Ehm served as Project Architect with Conwell+ Marshall & Associates for this project in 1986. Services included field measurement and as-built verification of existing facilities, schematic design and design development, construction documents and construction administration. The scope of work was to design and construct a 40,000 square foot supply storage warehouse and a 30,000 square foot office building.

MCAS Yuma

Thunderbirds Air Squadron Headquarters Building - Nellis AFB

Ehm Architecture served as Architect under a prime contract with Bechard-Long & Associates at Nellis in 2001. Services included field measurement and as-built verification of existing facilities, architectural design, construction documents and construction administration. The scope of work was to perform tenant improvements on the Thunderbirds’ squadron headquarters building. Due to the extremely sensitive instrumentation within the building and the extreme summer and winter temperatures on base, we also performed air and moisture infiltration testing. We designed materials and systems to stop air infiltration while adding mechanical systems to control the interior environment. This new system required the installation of airlocks to governmental specifications. We also designed the reroof of the structure to repair previous water damage and to ensure a 15-year life cycle for the new roof, which in that climate was quite involved. We also performed minor tenant improvement of logistical and office spaces for efficient use of space, ADA compliance, mechanical and electrical system upgrades, security systems upgrades and instrumentation systems expansion. Plans were coordinated with the Construction Division of the United States Air Force.

Thunderbirds Air Squadron Headquarters Building - Nellis AFB