1,500 space parking facility $448.8 million
The Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton serves as a fitting tribute to our nation’s heroes by providing state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient care to active-duty and retired service members and their families in Southern California. Beyond designing and constructing the hospital and surrounding campus, the design-build team planned, procured, and installed all medical equipment and trained the hospital staff. Building a hospital campus of this size and scope was a feat in and of itself. Yet, the primary challenge of this project was meeting aggressive time constraints that were tied to the project’s funding. Guided by a comprehensive Partnering approach, the solution-oriented team completed the hospital well ahead of schedule, setting new building records for the Navy and making a lasting impact on how future projects are procured and delivered in the public sector and beyond.
- 6 months ahead of schedule.
- $100 million under budget.
- World-class quality – zero rework.
- World-class safety – no lost-time injuries.
- Innovative technology – BIM 3D, 4D & 5D.
- Community Involvement – 5,000+ volunteerhours and raised more than $30,000 for Camp Pendleton charities.
Owner:Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southwest
General Contractor:Clark/McCarthy, A Joint Venture
Architects: HKS Inc. HDR Architecture Inc. Choate Parking Consultants (parking structure design) Engineers: BergerABAM-Flores Lund (civil) KPFF (structural) TMAD (mechanical) exp (electrical)