The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency will host a ground-breaking ceremony for its new campus in North St. Louis, Missouri, on Nov. 26.
“The new campus will be a secure, flexible, cutting-edge intelligence facility that will put NGA in the heart of St. Louis’ growing geospatial ecosystem,” said NGA director Vice Admiral Robert Sharp.
The new NGA campus will be located at the corner of Jefferson and Cass avenues. It is scheduled to be open and fully operational by 2025.
The new facility will include about 712,000 square feet of office space, parking garages, a visitor’s center, an inspection facility and control access points.
The City of St. Louis officially transferred the 97 acres of land for the new NGA campus to the U.S. Air Force in December of 2018. St. Louis-based McCarthy Building Companies and Falls Church, Virgina-based HITT Contracting were selected as the design-build team leading the construction.