Fort Bliss Hospital
Healthcare — El Paso, TX

Fort Bliss Hospital Replacement

This 1.2 million-square-foot healthcare campus will replace the existing William Beaumont Army Medical Center. The project consists of constructing a seven-story hospital, two clinical buildings, an administrative building, clinical investigation building with biosafety level three laboratories, and a central utility plant. In addition to constructing the campus’ structures, McCarthy also will access control points and surface parking. 

The new main hospital will consist of 125 beds and is a total of 632,646-square feet. The exterior envelope of the buildings is comprised of natural stone, metal panel and terra cotta in a rain screen system application. It also has a unitized curtain wall system with sunshade devices.

The Fort Bliss healthcare campus is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification, and the hospital and clinic buildings are designed to achieve LEED for Healthcare certification. The project team is incorporating sustainable elements into the campus, including water-efficient landscaping, water-use reduction fixtures, and other energy-efficient design features.

14,000
Tons of Steel
125
Beds
Natural Stone
260,000
Square Feet

Architect

  • HDR, Inc.

Our team is honored to build this world-class healthcare facility serving our soldiers and their families. Our team brings significant capabilities and an unmatched excellence in healthcare. We are excited to get started.

Mike McWay, Texas Regional President
McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.