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.
- Department of the Army, Operation Reward Safety
- Department of the Army, Mega Contract Winner
- Department of the Army, Safety Quarter-Million-Hour Award
- BIM-Based Management
- LEED New Construction (NC) Gold Project
US Army Corps of Engineers – Ft. Worth District
Joint Base San Antonio, Texas