Replacement Naval Hospital
HDR embodied the Navy's vision for the new Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton in a bold design solution. The Navy's design objectives included the realization of a landmark facility on the prominent site adjacent to the main gate entrance to MCB Camp Pendleton and overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It was envisioned that the design would be world-class and timeless in order to reflect the values of the Navy and Marine Corps, as well as, to provide the latest in evidence-based design best practices in healthcare services.
Sustainable design features were integrated into the design and include green roofs, healing gardens, and an atrium open to the sky. The large, multi-disciplined, integrated team comprised of the Navy and HDR participated in an in-depth, charrette-based design process to communicate and accelerate the decisions necessary to achieve the outstanding results required on this American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)-funded project.
As the Design-Build RFP Design Architect and Engineer to NAVFAC SW, HDR began the design in September, 2009 and delivered the final, approved DB RFP and 30% bridging documents seven months later, on April 15, 2010. As a result, NAVFAC SW awarded the DB contract to Clark/McCarthy JV in August, 2010, one month early and $100 million under budget. The building opened in December 2013.
- 2014 Platinum award - Building Design and Construction's Building Team Awards
- 2014 Best new Building Project - Associated General Contractors of America (AGCA) Alliant Build America Awards
- 2014 Marvin M. Black Excellence in Partnering award - Associated General Contractors of America (AGCA) Alliant Build America Awards
- 2014 Project of the Year/Best in Show - Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Awards, West Pacific Region
- Sustainable Features: Bioswales, Construction Waste Management, Daylighting & Views, Energy Conservation, Energy Efficiency, Energy Management Plan, Erosion & Sedimentation Control, Federal Energy Mandates, Green Roof, Heat Island Reduction Strategies, LEED Gold, Light Pollution Reduction, Measurement & Verification, Occupant Lighting Control, Photovoltaics, Public Transportation Access, Rapidly-renewable Materials, Recycled-content Materials, Recycling , Renewable Energy On-site, Stormwater Management, Sustainability Review, Sustainability Studies, Water Efficient Landscaping
- Type of Construction: New Construction
- Size: 511,000 SF (47,470 m²) Acute Care Hospital; 546,000 SF (50,720 m²) 1,500-space Parking Structure and Pedestrian Bridge;1,000-space Surface Parking Lot; 20,600 SF (1,910 m²) Central Utility Plant
- Professional Services: Architecture, Charrette, Civil Engineering, Design Development, Engineering, Healthcare Consulting, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Lighting Design, MEP Engineering, Master Planning, Medical Equipment Planning, Schematic Design, Signage & Wayfinding, Site Design, Structural Engineering, Sustainable Design Consulting, Wayfinding Planning & Design
- Project Components: Admitting/Registration, Ambulatory Services, Atrium/Lobby, Central Sterile, Chapel, Clinical Laboratory and Phlebotomy, Conference Room, Decentralized Nurse Stations, Dental Clinic, Dietary, Dining Area/Café, Ear, Nose Throat (ENT), Educational Space, Emergency Department, Endoscopy, Gastroenterology, Gift Shop, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Healing Garden, Imaging, Inpatient Beds, Intensive Care Unit, Labor-Delivery-Recovery (LDR), Library, Medical Clinic, Medical/Surgical Beds, Meditation Space, Mental Health, Morgue, Nuclear Medicine, Nursery, Occupational Therapy, Office Space, On-stage/Off-stage Circulation, Oncology, Optometry/Ophthalmology, Orthopedic, Outpatient Clinic, Pain Management Service, Parking, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Pulmonary, Radiology, Rehabilitation, Research, Respiratory Therapy, Speech Therapy, Staff Lounge, Surgery (inpatient), Surgery (outpatient)
- Project Type: Acute Care Hospital, Ambulatory Care Facility, Campus Master Plan, Design-Build, Federal, Healthcare
- Related Projects: Acute Care, Ambulatory Care, Architecture, Federal, Federal Architecture, Healthcare, Specialty Centers