Nina Gallup, administrative assistant for the deputy to the commanding general of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, unpacks a box in Building 6002 in the new C4ISR
Center of Excellence campus at Aberdeen Proving Ground. She, and the rest of the CECOM command group, moved into the facility Oct.4. The new headquarters is part of the first phase of an overall $800 million construction project that
encompasses 2.5 million square feet of office, lab and administrative space. Phase I includes a $477 million complex with nine buildings totaling 1.5 million square feet with workspace for 5,000 personnel. The first group of four buildings was accepted by the Corps of Engineers in June 2010 and another three buildings was accepted Sept. 15, 2010. The remaining two buildings and site work were accepted Sept. 30. Elements of the C4ISR Center of Excellence continue to move into the new buildings in phases.