We’ve been fortunate to work on a number of projects for the Federal Government, but few can match the scale, complexity, and time constraints of the Armed Forces Reserve Center at Fort Devens in Ayer. Setting the precedent as SMMA’s first reserve center project, Fort Devens greatly informed our design methodology on subsequent reserve centers in Vermont, and proved that military buildings are capable of realizing aesthetic ideals while conforming to exacting standards and budgetary limitations.
SMMA is committed to delivering quality facilities that integrate high-level design, functionality, and sustainability for federal government users. We offer a team of specialists experienced in solving the unique challenges of federal government clients and navigating the special requirements, permitting, and energy needs often inherent to their projects.
SMMA's design culture, built upon a foundation of interdisciplinary collaboration and related problem-solving capacity, positions us to deliver successful outcomes for federal government clients on time and on budget. Our Federal Government Studio is a forum for our multi-disciplinary team to share knowledge, engage as a group, and advance our understanding of our clients' goals.
Serving Those Who Serve Us
A particular strength of our team is planning and designing facilities for defense agencies and protectors of homeland security. We understand the opportunities associated with designing these projects, and we are proud to partner with those who serve us and protect our freedom.