The Warrior in Transition Barracks complex provides a new home for the Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Bragg, serving as living and work place for rehabilitating wounded soldiers returning from war. The complex contains a barracks, company headquarters, brigade headquarters, dining facility, soldier family support facility, and a parking structure.
Healing Our Wounded Soldiers
The 154,240-square-foot, four-story apartment complex houses 260 soldiers, and is located in the center of Fort Bragg, next to the Womack Army Medical Center. The Warrior in Transition Barracks is completely ADA accessible and allows soldiers close proximity to rehabilitation and medical help. The complex also includes basketball courts and a healing garden for outdoor relaxation and meditation. The complex was designed and constructed to encourage soldiers to engage with each other as part of the healing process
The Warrior in Transition Complex features the first photovoltaic (PV) solar collection system on Ft. Bragg. The PV array produces approximately 267 kW of energy and is connected to the energy grid. The PV array is supported by a free-standing structure that provides shading for 85 vehicles.