NASA Flight Vehicle and Landing Support Complex

NASA needed a new mission control and support building at the shuttle landing strip at NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center for the next generation of space shuttle: Lockheed Martin's X-33 (X-33 and X-34 have since been scrapped by NASA while Lockheed Martin is continuing its next generation space shuttle research into lifting body design). Working with Jones Edmunds and Associates Inc., or JEA, the complex was designed and examined as a digital model before the complex was constructed.
FV&LSC location relative to the rest of Cape Canaveral, from Google Earth  Close Up shot of FV&LSC only, from Google Earth FV&LSC as seen from over south end of Runway. Captured from panoramic Quicktime image located @ http://bigeyeinthesky.com/ViewQTVR.asp?ID=677

Photos taken at close of Phase II Construction on September 9th, 2000
 

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McKellips Associates, Inc. is a  firm that has played a key role in the architectural design and development of North and Central Florida for the past 37 years. Located on the second floor of the historic Seagle Building in Gainesville, Florida, McKellips Associates, Inc. has constructed projects across the United States, and abroad. McKellips Associates, Inc. will continue to carry on with the same commitment to creativity and intensity into the 21st century. Rolland A. McKellips, AIA as an architect, has a strong commitment to Family, Community and architectural services.