Fort Stewart Winn Army Community Hospital
Fort Stewart, Georgia
160,000-SF of clinical additions and renovations were completed in two phases to allow continuous hospital operations while the existing building was altered. Evidenced-based design concepts were incorporated that enhance the patient experience, make staff more productive, and create a more user-friendly facility. Sustainable design and development were also a high priority as the project was designed to achieve LEED Silver certification.
Phase I included a two-story, 65,000-SF medical clinic addition, housing physical therapy, occupational therapy, orthopedic/podiatry and ancillary support spaces, a behavioral health clinic, substance abuse program, and social work services area. A new central utility plant was required to house mechanical and electrical equipment to meet the utility demands.
Phase II consisted of a 40,000-SF addition that provided new emergency department services on the first floor and quality management, medical company, industrial hygiene, and electronic data storage facilities services on the second floor. The 55,000-SF renovation encompassed the internal medicine, family medicine, a nutrition care clinic, pharmacy/outpatient services, and pathology laboratory. Renovations to the second floor included information management/administration, protocol tracking management and a conference center. Site work design added 235 parking spaces with the option of future expansion up to 500 spaces.
At a glance
235 Parking Spaces
LEED Silver Design
Phased Design and Construction
Sustainable Design Features
Evidenced Based Design
Central Utility Plant
Parking Designed for an Expansion to 500 Spaces
Engineering: Electrical, Mechanical, Life Safety
"LEO A DALY performed in an overall exceptional manner. They provided detailed drawings for this hospital renovation/addition, and they were very responsive to Government changes as the design went along. The project required a great deal of phasing and [LEO A DALY] put together a very thorough phasing plan to ensure that the contractor approached the work in a manner that allowed the operations of the hospital to continue. LEO A DALY did a great job of focusing on Life Safety and Infection Control. One of the strengths of LEO A DALY is that they are customer focused and extremely responsive. I highly recommend them for future work.”
counties are covered by the Fort Stewart Winn Army Community Hospital.
Fort Stewart is used for the training of 50,000 reserve component soldiers each year.
acres are covered by Fort Stewart, encompassing 5 counties, making it the largest armor training base east of the Mississippi.