Government   /  Kirtland Air Force Base Clinic Modernization, Albuquerque, NM

The 377th Medical Group at Kirtland provides daily operational medical support to the 377th Air Base Wing and over 100 associate organizations. Additionally, the group provides primary health care to patients enrolled in TRICARE Prime and assigned to Kirtland AFB clinic, and temporary duty personnel. The clinic provides primary and specialty care on a space-available basis to other eligible beneficiaries. The building is a 3 story Southwestern style built in 1989, approximately 110,317 SF. The building is located off the primary military installation and part of a campus that consists of the Veterans Affair (VA) hospital, Kirtland Medical Clinic (Bldg 1200), and Kirtland Dental Clinic (Bldg 1205).

The project is a renovation of the Air Force Medical Clinic (building 1200) adjacent to the VAHospital. The renovation will include light, medium and heavy renovation as well as Comprehensive Interior Design (CID) upgrades. Departments to be included in the renovation are Flight Medicine, Public Health, Pediatrics, Immunizations, Women’s Health, Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP), Family Medicine, TOPA, Records, Optometry, Logistics, Housekeeping, Facilities, Command, Educationand Training, Resource Management Office (RMO), Information Management/ Technology (IM/IT), Quality Assurance, Group Practice Manager (GPM), and Readiness.

Client:
US Air Force Medical Services, Southwestern Division

Location:

Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Construction Cost Limit: $12,500,000
Tast Order Value: $210,767
Gross Square Feet: 110,317 SF
Specialized Experience:
• Application of Standards and Codes
• Code Review
• Constructability
• Cost Estimating
• Cost Justification
• Design Analysis
• Design Development
• Economic Analysis
• Engineering Calculations
• Field Survey
• QA
• Response to RFIs
• Review of Submittals
• Systems Coordination
• Time Estimates