CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION LABS

U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory 2nd  Expansion
Fort Gillem, Forest Park, Georgia
 
General Description
The second expansion of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory was to provide additional laboratory space for latent prints, trace evidence testing, and serology/DNA testing, plus operation and support space. The primary expansion is to the southwest with minor expansion to the north. Sherlock, Smith & Adams developed several scenarios that resulted in reduced square footage and worked with the USACIL personnel to achieve a new floor plan that yielded a 5,609 square foot reduction in floor area.

U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory 3rd Expansion
Fort Gillem, Forest Park, Georgia

General Description
The United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL) at Fort Gillem, Georgia performs forensic testing of evidence for criminal cases involving all Department of Defense (DoD) military personnel worldwide. Functional projections indicate the future assimilation of forensic programs and personnel from other service organizations. This will require additional laboratory and administrative space to accommodate the additional personnel to be added to the current staff. These additions to the existing facility will provide more laboratory and administrative space for the drug chemistry, latent prints, and forensic documents labs, including additional support spaces such as toilets, mechanical, electrical, and data equipment rooms.