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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
745,000 sq. ft., 8-Stories
As part of a design-build partnership, Turner provided general contractor services for the eight-story, 745,000-sq. ft. Martin Army Community Hospital (MACH) at Fort Benning. MACH is a state-of-the-art medical facility that provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient healthcare services to active military personnel, retirees, and their families.
The replacement hospital doubled the size of the medical center's existing facility with a hospital tower, two clinic wings consisting of an outpatient clinic and a 70-bed inpatient facility, and two 1,000-car parking garages, one for patients and visitors and another for hospital staff.
Settled into the side of a hill on a 65-acre greenfield site, MACH’s architectural design is a mixture of precast concrete, glass, and natural stone that offers patients, workers, and visitors views of landscaped courtyards, natural lighting, and water effects.
The building is integrated into the site to minimize the footprint, reduce grading, and provide views of nature to promote healing. The project is LEED Gold® certified with green building features including a vegetative roof, energy-efficient lighting systems, and views of nature.