Camp Lejeune P-882 and P-1212 Dining Facilities

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These facilities are the premier dining facilities for enlisted personnel.

Clayco provided design-build services for the P-882 and P-1212 dining facilities on the Camp Lejeune Marine Base, home base for the II Marine Expeditionary Force, 2nd Marine Division, 2nd Marine Logistics Group and other combat units and support commands. The facility is the premier dining facility for enlisted personnel and replaced several World War II era dining facilities.

The 31,000-square-foot P-882 dining facility was designed to support approximately 2,420 permanent party and student Marines per meal period. This two-story dining facility is equipped with a full-service kitchen downstairs, smaller prep kitchens on the upper level, a loading dock area, and freezer and cooler storage areas.

The 22,000-square-foot P-1212 dining facility provides modern, state-of-the-art cafeteria style dining, short order meals and fast food service to support approximately 1,600 permanent party and student Marines per meal period. It features a full-service kitchen, drive-through window, loading dock area, and freezer and cooler storage areas. Both buildings are also equipped with a solar panel hot water system, assisting in the achievement of LEED NC v 2.2 Certification.

CLIENT

Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)

LOCATION

Camp LeJeune, North Carolina

SIZE

53,000 SF

KEY FACTS

  • Architect: Lamar Johnson Collaborative

AWARDS

2010 Excellence in Safety Award – Government Regional Safety Award

P-882 LEED NC V2.2  Gold Certified

P-1212 LEED NC V2.2 Silver Certified

INTEGRATED BY DESIGN