In the spirit of the historical leadership of Fort Knox, The United States Army commissioned the largest and most ambitious construction project in base history. The new Human Resources Center of Excellence at Fort Knox is the proud new Headquarters home to both the Army’s Human Resources Command and its Accession Command. The campus is uniquely designed and organized into twin, V-shaped, “Chevron” units—each the home of one of the two Commands.
Gibson Landscape immediately partnered with lead architect HNTB, and other construction specialists to continuously provide successful landscape construction services—meeting or exceeding all RFP requirements outlined by the Department of Defense.
The dedicated and experienced leadership team at Gibson Landscape played a major role as this $186 million project was completed under budget and three months ahead of schedule—producing solid results in a challenging environment.
- Drought tolerant landscape plantings, seeding and riparian plantings
- Specialty drainage and erosion solutions
- Safe execution of all exterior scope while mobilizing teams across the region