K2M Design is proud to have a ten year relationship with NASA through an IDIQ contract providing Deferred Maintenance Assessments. The DMA program is instrumental in enabling NASA to manage its annual maintenance budget and communicate effectively to Congress its needs. In addition to its role in providing a facilities condition report on every building in the NASA system worldwide, K2M has completed projects required to rehabilitate, repair, construct, modify, or demolish research and institutional facilities. These projects have included: the Space Power Facility, Improvements to Building B2, Campus Security upgrades, Campus Entry Design, Fitness Center Addition, Design and Addition of Buildings 55 and 54, Post Occupancy Evaluations and Fall Protection.
K2M is the coordinator of the LEED process for designated projects that are required to be a minimum LEED Silver Certification by the US Green Building Council. NASA requires that sustainable design principles be incorporated into all projects.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: The Plaza Food Court
The Plaza is located between Concourses D and E and is approximately 51,000 SF with nine tenant spaces, five of which are food service spaces.
Old Town Key West Fire Station
K2M Design completed the design of a new Fire Station on a 1.44 acre site in the Historic Old Town District of Key West, Florida.
Indiana Army National Guard Maintenance Facility
This new construction 29,654 SF facility, affectionately referred to as “Jiffy Lube on steroids”, was designed to enhance the maintenance support and mobilization readiness for military vehicles.
FKEC Training and Dining Addition
The K2M team was tasked to design a new aesthetically pleasing dinning/ training facility that is CAT-5 storm rated for the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative.
Marathon City Hall
The Marathon City Hall was a ground up building, K2M complete interior design, site design, structural, civil, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing services.