The Army National Guard Readiness Center (ANGRC) is located on Arlington Hall, a plot of land located on Arlington Boulevard (Route 50), with S George Mason Drive to its west and S Glebe Road (VA Route 120) to its east. The Army Readiness Center occupies the western part of the Arlington Hall site. The ANGRC shares Arlington Hall with the US State Department’s George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center, which occupies the eastern portion of the site.
As a result of the 2005 BRAC law, elements of the National Guard Bureau Joint Command currently located in leased office space in Crystal City, Virginia, will relocate to a newly constructed facility at the ANGRC. The estimated $98 million expansion project will allow the National Guard Bureau to consolidate personnel from multiple locations in northern Virginia. According to planning documents, the new building will add about 243,000 square feet and provide workspace for more than 1,200 additional people. It will consist of three floors below ground and five above; the building will also feature an auditorium, fitness center, conference center and a joint operations center.
|Resources & Relocation Update|
2005 BRAC Action number
jobs relocating to this base
as of August 2011