Pfc. Eric P. Woods Soldier Family Care Center
Fort Carson, Colorado
The 152,490-SF Soldier Family Care Center (SFCC) provides family medicine, pediatric primary care, musculoskeletal services (orthopedic/podiatry, physical and occupational therapy, and chiropractic), ancillary services (clinical laboratory, radiology, and pharmacy), dental care, limited mental health/social work services, and outpatient records.
The facility is similar to the existing hospital, and is organized around a linear commons area that runs east/west through the center. The sustainable, LEED-NC Silver-certified facility includes sustainable features such as: highly-reflective, light-colored roofing materials; native, drought-tolerant plants and grasses; high-efficiency plumbing fixtures; and low-VOC sealants, adhesives, paints, coatings, carpet, composite wood, and agri-fiber products. Anti-terrorism/force protection (AT/FP) features include resistance to progressive collapse of the building overhang on the east side of the clinic.
At a glance
Family Medicine Clinic
LEED-NC Silver Certification
Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Features
Engineering: Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Structural
"USACE has a strong commitment to quality in the design and construction of its facilities - Kiewit and LEO A DALY exceeded our expectations. We look forward to continuing our relationship with them for design and construction projects for years to come."
links this three-story building to the existing hospital.
Fort Carson renamed its soldier family care clinic in honor of Pfc. Eric P. Woods, a combat medic from Nebraska, who was killed in Iraq in 2005.
number of parking lot spaces