Two HDR Projects Honored by SAME 2020 Inaugural National Design Awards

The Society of American Military Engineers recently announced the recipients of the National Design Awards. Two HDR projects were selected for recognition.

The inaugural awards recognized individuals and organizations from the public and private sectors for achievements in support of the architecture, engineering and construction profession; national security objectives; and the SAME Strategic Plan.

The Wilford Hall Ambulatory Care Center Phase I-III, Lackland Air Force Base in Texas received the Grand Design Award, the highest honor in the Built category. 

This very large complex respects the heritage of the campus and provides a modern, energy-efficient medical center that will represent the home of Air Force Medicine for many years to come. Focused on outpatient care, the center is the largest stand-alone outpatient facility for the U.S. Department of Defense. 

The Cyber Center of Excellence Campus Master Plan, Ft. Gordon in Georgia received a Merit Award in the Master Plan category.

The CCOE Campus master plan primary vision was to transform a Vietnam-era installation into a 21st century, high-tech, academic training campus. The Directorate of Transformation, U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence seeks to attract and retain top talent in the defense of our nation in the theater of electronic warfare.