JE Dunn + Hoefer Wysocki Architecture Awarded Whiteman Air Force Base Medical Clinic

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The JE Dunn + Hoefer Wysocki Architecture National Healthcare Design-Build Team has been awarded the Whiteman Air Force Base Medical Clinic Renovation in Whiteman, Missouri, which was originally built in 1979.

The project is valued at an estimated $27,900,500 and is planned to achieve LEED Gold Certification. The scope of work will consist of various levels of renovation to the two story clinic. Mechanical and electrical infrastructure will be replaced along with clinic space renovation. Construction is scheduled to be completed in 1,000 days.

JE Dunn and Hoefer Wysocki Architecture are one of three teams in a nation-wide pool of architecture and construction firms to be chosen for projects under this MATOC. This MATOC serves to support the U.S. Air Force Healthcare Facilities Modernization Program, and could include up to five years of work, with a total value of $712 million worth of projects throughout the United States.

Along with JE Dunn and Hoefer Wysocki Architecture, the project team will include M.E. Group for the mechanical and electrical engineering, Mitchell Planning as the medical equipment planner and Walker & Moore for the transition planning.

 

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Design Starts on the 27th SOMDG Medical and Dental Clinic at Cannon AFB

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The JE Dunn + Hoefer Wysocki Architecture Design-Build Team has been released to start design on the new $43 million, 112,000 SF two-story replacement medical and dental clinic for the 27th Special Operations Medical Group (27 SOMDG) located at Cannon AFB, New Mexico. The building itself will both reflect the culture of the medical facility and promote that culture within the medical staff and patients. The design and construction of the facility will include evidence-based principles and advanced technologies that create a healing environment, provides patient/family-centered care, and facilitate communication between caregivers, patients, and family.

The design provides for a clinical wing and an ancillary support wing that are connected by a communicating space that serves as the primary wayfinding element for patients. Administrative and support areas are organized to be separate from the patient areas, in effect, “off-stage” from patient view.

The clinic wing shall include Family Health, Immunizations, Pediatrics, Physical Therapy, and TOPA grouped together on the main floor. On the upper floor of the clinic wing, the Dental Clinic, Optometry, Public Health, and Flight Medicine are arranged with vertical circulation as needed to the floors below.

The ancillary/support wing shall include the Clinical Lab, Radiology, Pharmacy and Common Areas on the First Floor with BEE, Logistics, and mechanical spaces located “off-stage”. The Command/Admin, Information Management, Education and Training, and Mental Health / Social work services are located on the upper floor.