DHK was the architect for this design-build project for the reconditioning of four beach support facilities at the Gateway National Recreation Area in New Jersey. The support centers consist of bathrooms, lockers, and concession spaces. The facilities were damaged during Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and the project intended to make them resilient against future storms. The project also included implementation of flood resiliency measures and rehabilitation of six beach center structures that were impacted by the storm at Sandy Hook. At that location buildings are sited in AE and VE flood zones and they sustained major damage to structural and MEP systems. Flood resiliency was provided in the form of flood venting and the relocation of all critical systems above the design flood elevation.