Overview

The Fort Sam Houston Medical Education Training Campus (METC) is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) integrated campus under a single university-style administration with nearly 50 programs of study available to U.S. military enlisted students. S&P was the prime contractor for the design-build of Medical Instructional Facilities (MIF) 3 and 4.

MIF 3 is 175,000 SF and includes operating rooms, laboratories, and classrooms to cross-train enlisted medical personnel in behavioral health, surgery, otolaryngology, urology, and other specialists. The 245,000 SF MIF 4 facility is a two-story building that accommodates training for emergency and preventative medicine as well as other specialties. The two LEED Gold buildings represent the largest facilities within the planned medical training campus.

Details

Awards
  • Department of the Army, Operation Reward Safety
  • Department of the Army, Mega Contract Winner
  • Department of the Army, Safety Quarter-Million-Hour Award
S&P Services
  • Design-Build
  • BIM-Based Management
  • LEED New Construction (NC) Gold Project
Owner

US Army Corps of Engineers – Ft. Worth District

Location

Joint Base San Antonio, Texas

Size

420,000 SF

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