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Fort Belvoir Program Management

Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia Client: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

JMT provided architectural program management services for an $807 Million Integrated/Design/Bid/Build, 723,000 sf hospital.

Within the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program, this $807 million community health care facility is part of a Department of Defense initiative to improve the quality of care for our soldiers, retirees, and their families in the Nation Capital Region.

The design of this contemporary facility included a seven story, 722,835 sf hospital, two clinics and administrative space. The 275,528 sf South Clinic D & E has 152 exam rooms and the 276,850 sf North Clinic A & B has 193 exam rooms. The 120 in-patient beds hospital will includes, a 10-bed intensive care unit, a 10-bed behavioral health inpatient unit, a cancer center, 30 emergency exam rooms, a pharmacy, an operative services center with 10 operating suites, diagnostic centers such as pathology and radiology, and modular clinic space dedicated to outpatient services. Also included were two parking garages and surface parking for 3,630 spaces, a helipad, ambulance shelter, and a dedicated central energy plant.

The new facility was designed and constructed through an Integrated/Design/Bid/Build (IDBB) procurement. This process enabled the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to establish a construction contract on the hospital long before traditional processes would have allowed, meeting the accelerated construction timelines dictated by the BRAC program.

JMT's Project Architect reported directly to the Integrated Project Office Design Manager, providing the USACE support during the on-going development of the hospital design.  This required coordination between the A/E, the Contractor, and USACE as they worked in a collaborative manner to design and build the hospital facility.

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