interior renovation project at building 2187 has created
more-functional, consolidated workspace for the Fort McCoy Civilian
Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC).
A view of renovated CPAC office
space in building 2187. The Nuvo Construction Company, Inc., of
Milwaukee, Wis., did the work.
(Photo by Rob Schuette)
project was done in response to mission growth and staffing increases
resulting from 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) actions, said
CPAC Director Karen Kohn.
the renovations created a more- efficient use of space within the
building and consolidated all Fort McCoy CPAC staff in one location.
has employees at Rock Island, Ill., and at the Human Resources Command
at St. Louis to support an increased Army Reserve and Human Resources
increased staffing is good for us, and for the installation,” Kohn said.
“It indicates we’re more likely to stay here.”
projects included adding partition walls, creating additional offices,
removing an old metal door and installing data lines.
many CPAC employees spent much of the month of December in the 88th
Regional Support Command facility while renovation work was done at
greatly appreciative the 88th Command Group allowed us to use space in
their facility while the renovation work was being done,” Kohn said.
project is winding down, Kohn said.
work left to complete is painting, she said. The renovation project also
includes new, more-functional office furniture.
project did not affect the other organizations located in the facility,
such as Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation
offices, including the Military ID Card Section, the Equal Employment
Opportunity Office, the Equal Opportunity adviser, etc.
general information about CPAC, call 608-388-2722.