|Rendering of the future William Beaumont Army Medical Center on Fort Bliss.|
The $48 million project included “fencing the entire 320-acre site, installing wet and dry utilities, concrete paving,” and “building an electrical substation for the hospital.”
A major component of the project was the construction of a street bridge over the freeway and the related on- and off-ramps that will allow access to the site.
With the project completed, vertical construction may soon begin. The $1 billion WBAMC project includes construction of 1.13 million square foot complex on the site which will be a LEED certified building when completed. Sections of the hospital will vary from four to seven stories in height, and a 135-bed wing will be located in the tallest structure.
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