USACE: Ft. Jackson National Cemetery

As part of a design-build team, Apogee is providing architecture services for the expansion of the Fort Jackson National Cemetery in accordance with Phase II of a gravesite expansion plan.

The project provides for 5,632 pre-placed crypts, 2,376 in-ground cremains, and 729 traditional burial sites, as well as supporting infrastructure, including roads, utilities, landscaping, and irrigation.

Architectural Elements

All features of the development are fully accessible to physically-disabled persons in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act-1990 (ADA) and the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968.

The project includes a committal shelter, storage building, and bier wall. The masonry bonding pattern and beam materials may vary but the classical column structure and clearstory monitor roofing will match existing structures.

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