Camp Pendleton’s Naval Hospital provides healthcare services for the region’s military and its families. The 500,000-square-foot facility replaced an outdated hospital with enhanced services that comply with both medical and anti-terrorist/force protection requirements. The project team faced the unprecedented task of not only designing and building the campus, but also planning, procuring and installing all medical equipment, furniture and artwork, in addition to training hospital staff. Working as an integrated team, the design-builder, NAVFAC and Navy Medicine developed a medical equipment package utilizing the basis-of-design specifications and the experience of Navy Medicine user groups to select more than 20,000 pieces of equipment and coordinate the building infrastructure.
Owner: Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
Design-Builder, General Contractor: Clark/McCarthy, A Joint Venture
Architect: HDR Architecture; HKS
Engineers: KPFF, TMAD TAYLOR & GAINES
Specialty Contractors: Bergelectric/Monaco-RPM (AO Reed, Pan Pacific Plumbing, Murray Company)
Specialty Consultant: Young & Co.