Fort Gordon- Relocatable Building- Blood Donor Clinic



Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Location: Fort Gordon, Georgia

Size: 10,000 sq ft

Cost: $$2,424,042

Completion Date: December 2013


Description: Robins & Morton provided a Type II Work Plan for relocatable buildings to support the Blood Donor Center (BDC) mission at Fort Gordon Eisenhower Army Medical Center. The work was to perform all necessary activities needed to plan, design, execute and supervise the successful completion of the Blood Donor Center. The project provided a facility that enables the hospital to preserve, enhance, and if possible, expand the total volume and associated blood products available for our service members and their dependents. The work consisted of site work, foundations erection of the modular units, all associated architectural, mechanical, plumbing and electrical work need in the building footprint. Robins & Morton provided and installed a complete and usable 10,000 gross square foot building modular building per the design and scope provided by the facility. The site work portion of the project included the creation of a new storm water management system, loading dock area, parking area, signage, and utility tie-in. A temporary Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) was developed and submitted. The related architectural work included the building of interior partitions for the ten (10) modular units, as well as exterior finishes. We also installed a complete plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems. Robins & Morton tracked all applicable LEED credits during construction of this project.