Department of Energy Interpretive Center – Weldon Springs, Missouri

KdG provided complete Architectural, Interior Design, Land Surveying and Engineering Design Services for the Department of Energy (DOE), Weldon Springs Site, Interpretive Center, administered by the US. Army Corp. of Engineers. The 22,000 sq. ft., $7,000,000 Interpretive Center Facility, replaces an existing building and chronicles the DOE Office of Legacy Management’s long-term surveillance and maintenance activities for the site’s historical legacy and will provide education and research opportunities for present and future generations. The facility provides a 5,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall, (4) classrooms accommodating (50) students each, outdoor classrooms, a (100) seat auditorium, and an administration and support staff office area for (20) employees including: conference rooms, workspace, lab areas, shower and locker rooms. KdG design staff provided the DOE/USACE (2) concept design options through a charrette process, including full fly-through animations through each design scheme.