The new state-of-the-art Martin Army Community Hospital includes 70 inpatient beds, an emergency department, a radiology department, a 200,000 square foot outpatient clinic and a detached central utility plant, along with spaces for a variety of support services. The design-build project is in accordance with the United States Army Corps of Engineers requirements.
The hospital surpassed the LEED Silver goal by achieving LEED Gold certification. TLC’s energy modeling services helped drive design decisions that positively affected the building’s energy performance and demonstrated compliance with federal energy mandates. Air handler condensate is reclaimed and delivered to the cooling tower system at the central utility plant, designed by TLC, to improve overall cooling efficiency and reduce chemical use.