Went past it this weekend. Was built in 2017. Couldn’t get any closer to the equipment but I’d like to get some pics.
March 19, 2017
MCLEANSVILLE — Triad Army Reserve units celebrated Friday a new, $16 million consolidated home.
The U.S. Army Reserve christened the new Army Reserve Center at 900 Knox Road with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The 85,550-square‐foot facility is designed to train and support nearly 600 Army Reserve soldiers, officials said in a news release. The center replaces three aging facilities in Winston-Salem and Greensboro. Friday's ribbon-cutting marked the official grand opening of the 15.5-acre center.