• Ground-mounted Solar Thermal Water Arrays at Fort Bliss WT Barracks
  • Roof-mounted Solar Thermal Water Arrays at Fort Hood Warrior Transition Barracks
  • Ground-mounted Solar Thermal Water Arrays at Fort Bliss WT Barracks
  • Roof-mounted Solar Thermal Water Arrays at Fort Hood Warrior Transition Barracks
  • Ground-mounted Solar Thermal Water Arrays at Fort Bliss WT Barracks
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    Multiple Locations (Colorado, Louisiana, and Texas)

    Since 2009, The RMH Group has delivered engineering services for Warrior Transition Barracks complexes on five military bases:
    • Fort Carson, Colorado
    • Fort Polk, Louisiana
    • Fort Bliss, Texas
    • Fort Hood, Texas
    • Fort Sam Houston, Texas
    The Warrior Transition Barracks comprise the housing portions of the Warrior Transition Battalions for each respective military base. The primary mission of the Warrior Transition Battalion is to provide soldiers recuperating from injuries sustained during military service with a place to heal and to, ultimately, transition back to civilian or military life. All five of the Warrior Transition Barracks projects were LEED designated and designed with an emphasis on sustainability. To help meet these LEED and sustainability goals, RMH designed solar thermal water  systems to produce domestic hot water for all five facilities. All of the facilities’ solar thermal water arrays were roof-mounted except for Fort Bliss, which had ground-mounted arrays.
 

Warrior Transition Barracks

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Multiple Locations (Colorado, Louisiana, and Texas)

Since 2009, The RMH Group has delivered engineering services for Warrior Transition Barracks complexes on five military bases:

  • Fort Carson, Colorado
  • Fort Polk, Louisiana
  • Fort Bliss, Texas
  • Fort Hood, Texas
  • Fort Sam Houston, Texas

The Warrior Transition Barracks comprise the housing portions of the Warrior Transition Battalions for each respective military base. The primary mission of the Warrior Transition Battalion is to provide soldiers recuperating from injuries sustained during military service with a place to heal and to, ultimately, transition back to civilian or military life.

All five of the Warrior Transition Barracks projects were LEED designated and designed with an emphasis on sustainability. To help meet these LEED and sustainability goals, RMH designed solar thermal water  systems to produce domestic hot water for all five facilities. All of the facilities’ solar thermal water arrays were roof-mounted except for Fort Bliss, which had ground-mounted arrays.