Fort Irwin National Training Center-Major Upgrade
History of the Project

Fort Irwin National Training Center is a major training area for the United States Military and is a census-designated place located in the Mojave Desert in northern San Bernardino County, California. It is located 37 miles (60 km) northeast of Barstow, in the Calico Mountains.
The National Training Center is part of the US Army Forces Command (FORSCOM). The opposing force at the National Training Center (NTC) is the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, the Blackhorse Cavalry, who are stationed at the base to provide an opposing force to units on a training rotation at Fort Irwin. In September 2017, a state-of-the-art hospital was opened that provides excellent patients services to the Fort Irwin beneficiaries.
Start Date
September of 2017
Total Units to be Redone
2700 units
The 2010 United States census reported Fort Irwin’s population was 8,845.
Cabinets Provider-Mayland Group
Vista Maple Chocolate has been selected and will be installed to all units for Coyote Springs at Fort Irwin.
Renovations are underway in some of Fort Irwin’s oldest neighborhoods to create a more pleasing living environment for Soldiers and their families. The upgrades are part of a five-year housing improvement initiative that also includes projects to promote modernization, energy savings, and beautification across all residential communities on post.
Work began earlier this year to update the kitchens, bathrooms and flooring in Coyote Springs, a neighborhood that was originally built in 1983. The upgraded homes have new kitchen cabinets, solid-surface countertops, bathroom vanities, light fixtures and hardware.