The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, has awarded BTF Solutions (a joint venture between Faithful+Gould and Balfour Resource Group) a contract to conduct IO&T of personnel and equipment to the new 217,000-square-foot, LEED® Platinum Weed Army Community Hospital and the 30,000-square-foot renovation of the existing Mary Walker Clinic. The hospital facility is capable of servicing 11,500 beneficiaries and 64,000 annual outpatient visits.
David Bailey, program director with Faithful+Gould, stated: "Our continued success with medical outfitting and transition is recognition of the superior performance our team has shown on previous projects as well as a reflection of the expertise and commitment of the personnel involved. This project will continue to use support from key personnel in the Atkins North America’s federal contracting and interiors group as well as personnel from our Dallas, Houston and Los Angeles offices. This is a great opportunity for Faithful+Gould to expand our government and healthcare portfolio and demonstrate the capability of our great people."
"This is a great opportunity for Faithful+Gould to expand our government and healthcare portfolio and demonstrate the capability of our great people."
David Bailey, Faithful+Gould's Program Director
The contract includes full project management services including medical and non-medical equipment planning, furniture and equipment purchasing, transition planning and relocation, installation, testing, training, warehousing, and final turnover and close-out.
BTF Solutions is currently providing IO&T services under this multiple award task order contract at the Health and Dental Clinic, Camp Zama, Japan; USAMRIID, Ft. Detrick, Maryland; and the Keller Army Community Hospital, West Point, New York.