Customer: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Design/build of a new class of barracks (Warrior in Transition) specifically designed for wounded soldiers returning from combat. Two four-level facilities (a total of 144,600-SF) are custom designed to serve the special needs of up to 240 Soldiers. The 120 rooms are divided between two-bedroom/two bath and two bedroom/one bath units. All bedrooms and bathrooms are handicap accessible and large-scale to accommodate wheel chairs and other special needs. Compound also includes a unique Healing Garden and a Wheelchair Exercise Course. Performed as a joint venture with Clark, with Caddell as lead JV partner. $25.1M
Highlights: ♦Certified LEED Gold. ♦Winner of National ABC Excellence in Construction Eagle Award. ♦Safety program completed 259,973+ man hours with zero lost-time accidents and zero OSHA recordables of any kind. Project was selected as the best safety program at Fort Stewart.