Department of Army - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Kansas City District, provided a scope of work consisting of design and construction of an addition and alteration to the Richard G. Wilson Consolidated Troop Medical Clinic (CTMC). The design involved the addition of 10,176 square feet (sf) of new space as well as limited demolition and alteration of 2,500 square feet of existing space. The new addition includes clinical spaces such as exam rooms and support spaces, soil utilities, clean utilities and toilets, nurse’s stations, physical therapy activities, laboratory spaces and more. The scope also included all site Improvements, including a parking lot necessary to support the new building facilities. Demolition in the scope of the project included removal of partitions, doors, ceilings, floor finishes, plumbing fixtures, and electrical fixtures and devices in the renovated portion of the existing facility, and removal to a depth of 5 feet, of anything encountered that interferes with installation of the building substructure. This project has received a LEED Gold rating from the United States Green Building Council.