Client US Army Corps of Engineers

Fort Riley Irwin Army Community Hospital, Replacement Facility

Fort Riley, Kansas

This 44-bed, inpatient hospital includes an outpatient clinic, central energy plant, ambulance garage, and a 653-car parking structure. The evidence-based design incorporates patient-centered features that increase patient and staff safety for improved efficiencies. The project team diligently worked on sustainable features to attain a LEED Silver certification through enhanced commissioning, recycled materials, energy-reduction strategies, daylighting, and regional materials.

At a glance

550,669 SF

44 Patient Beds

Central Utility Plant

653 Space Parking Structure  

Ambulance Garage


Evidence-Based Design Principles

Sustainable Design Features

Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Design

Innovation within Department of Defense Criteria

AIA TAP Building Information Model Award, Honorable Mention
American Institute of Architects

Architectural Showcase, Replacement Hospital and Clinic, Project in Progress
Healthcare Design

LEED Silver Certified


Architectural Design

Engineering:  Mechanical, Electrical, Structural, Civil

Interior Design

"The Fort Riley hospital is truly a world-class facility. This is an example of where DoD health facilities are heading."


active duty, family members, retirees and civilians served by the hospital.


Fort Riley was established in 1852.


troops have been deployed from Fort Riley to Afghanistan, Iran, and the Horn of Africa.