Fort Belvoir to Fort Bragg
The United States Army Medical Command (USAMEDCOM) is commanded by the Army Surgeon General. It provides sustained health services and research in support of the total force concept, providing medical care for soldiers and their families, while simultaneously supporting wartime readiness through continual training and exercises.
To improve effectiveness and efficiency, USAMEDCOM needed to reorganize 15 regional functional commands into four multidisciplinary Regional Health Commands (RHC). To support that, they needed to relocate assets from Fort Belvoir, VA, to the new RHC – Atlantic at Fort Bragg, NC.
We assessed the costs, timeframes, and efficiencies based on the availability of buildings, provided a program of requirements based on USAMEDCOM’s requirements, and supplied recommendations for repair as well as a program for design, concept for operations, and a project room content report.
Our study will help the US Army Corps of Engineers develop a future statement of work to support the relocation, which will integrate medical, dental, public health, and warrior care and transition to improve health readiness.