San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) Hyperbaric Chamber Addition
Gilbane provided Design/Build and Initial Outfitting services for a renovated Hyperbaric Chamber Facility in San Antonio.
Gilbane provided Design-Build and Initial Outfitting services to the Air Force Medical Service via the Little Rock COE Design-Build Initial Outfitting (DBIO) MATOC. This project of 12,781SF provided an addition and 500SF of renovated area, a multi-person hyperbaric chamber and ancillary space. Inpatient services relocated from Lackland AFB to Brooke Army Medical Center, creating the joint Army/Air Force SAMMC campus.
With the consolidation of military inpatient medical services, the Air Force is relocating its hyperbaric chamber and ancillary services to SAMMC.
The Hyperbaric Chamber Addition project gives USACE, Joint Base San Antonio the opportunity to complete the last piece of the puzzle of the San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC). It represents the final piece of the realignment of services started with the Base Realignment and Closure of 2005.