Fort Belvoir Community Hospital

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The Fort Belvoir Community Hospital is a new facility designed to treat wounded soldiers and their families, and shifts nearly 19,000 workers from other nearby military hospitals. The $900 million and 1.2 million square foot facility was built in conjunction with the Army’s Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) directive and achieved LEED Silver.

The Army Corps hired MOCA to augment their on-site team with program integration management and project controls between the architect and contractor using an Integrated Design Bid Build delivery contract. MOCA helped deliver the program on-time and save millions of dollars in cost definition, change order analysis, and contractor negotiations.

As the Owner’s Project Manager (OPM), MOCA provided the following services:

  • Project Management and Construction Management
  • Cost Engineering
  • Project Controls
  • Client: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District
  • Project: Federal Government
  • Completion: 2012

The MOCA team proved instrumental as a key member of the Government’s Project Delivery Team in the successful completion of the $1B Community Hospital… The expertise and skills of the MOCA team regarding integrated scheduling, cost engineering, and project management made a value-added difference in the success of the program.” – Betty Burton, Contracting Officer, US Army Corps of Engineers