Project Profile
Miller’s Landing Consolidated Club
“From design through the grand opening, this efficiently delivered project was a tribute to Haskell’s superior design and construction capabilities.”
Ed Rossell
East Coast Construction Program Manager, Marine Corps Community Services
Mark Higby
Senior Vice President, Government

Miller’s Landing Consolidated Club

Marine Corps Air Station lacked a world-class clubhouse where its community could gather.
When the outdated Officer’s Club closed in 2004, the Marines, Sailors, families and retirees near Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point lost a key recreational and social hub. The wait came to an end when Haskell was selected to design and build a new, first-class clubhouse called Miller’s Landing.
We created a space for work, play and assembly.
The 21,500-square-foot Miller’s Landing is a multi-use building with expansive views of the adjacent Neuse River. The LEED Gold certified facility makes entertaining and meeting easier with Staff NCO and Officer lounges, a large ballroom that divides into three separate meeting areas, a state-of-the-art kitchen and a family restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. The facility also boasts the most up-to-date technology with sound systems, drop-down AV screens, Wi-Fi, cable TV and satellite radio. 
Military personnel now have a social hub that reflects their deep commitment to our nation.
One of the most pressing challenges was the project’s limited budget and widespread space demands. Marine Corps Community Services Headquarters, MCAS Cherry Point, and Haskell’s in-house design and construction teams held charette meetings and discussions to successfully bridge the gaps. We were pleased to finish ahead of the project schedule so the Marines, Sailors, military families and retirees of MCAS Cherry Point once again had a place to gather.

Green Features

  • LEED® Gold certified (v2.2), exceeding contractual requirement for Silver.
  • Use of low-flow fixtures enabled this project to reach a water use reduction of 52% compared to a baseline building.
  • Multi-use, adaptable rooms and the use of outdoor gathering spaces reduced the need for additional facilities and minimized conditioned gross square footage.
  • The use of Insulating Concrete Forms (ICF) in lieu of traditional masonry construction delivered superior STC ratings and R-values while reducing construction waste and accelerating the project schedule.
  • 77.1% Construction Waste Recycled.
  • 20.9% Recycled Building Materials.
  • 36% Regional Building Materials.
  • Low Emitting Products for Paintings, Adhesives, Carpets and Composite Wood.
  • No Irrigation.
  • Natural Daylight Throughout Building.
  • 16.6% energy cost savings relative to ASHRAE Baseline Building.
LEED Gold CertifiedLEED® Gold Certified
MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina, USA
21,500-square-foot clubhouse and recreational facility.

Charette meetings resolved the challenge of usage demands and budget limitations.
Project completed one month ahead of schedule.
National EIC Commendation, Excellence in Construction Award – Associated Builders & Contractors 2011
ROICC Cherry Point Walt Baer Safe Contractor of the Year Award

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