Ft. Hood hospital replacement
Client - US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District
Size - 947,000 square feet
Cost - $534 million
Period of Performance - Jan 2011 - Mar 2015
Scope of work - Owner's Representative - Construction Phase Services
Results - Due to the expertise of our professionals and their diligence in contract document reviews we identified several design inconsistencies and fixed them on paper before the issue reached the construction site.
Description of project - Six story, 947,000 SF main hospital building, three outpatient clinic buildings and three parking garages. This project entirely replaced the existing Ft. Hood hospital facility. The Medical Center replacement included all inpatient services, the ambulatory and outpatient clinics, ancillary services, emergency department, ambulance garage, building information systems, special foundations, and basic interior furnishings and finishes. Supporting facilities services included the central utility plant, site work, parking and relocation of existing athletic fields.
Services Provided - Our on-site staff of professional mechanical, electrical, environmental, structural engineers, architects, LEED AP and quality assurance representatives assisted USACE Fort Worth District with contract, quality and technical administration.
HFS coordinated the review of engineering studies, plans, specifications, and analyses of designs to ensure interpretation and integration of and technical compliance with criteria, regulations, policies, and procedures.
We also conducted on-site workmanship inspections and daily jobsite safety inspections and reported whether equipment, materials, and method of contract performance were in compliance.