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LEED BD+C: New Construction v2 - LEED 2.2

P-060 Wounded Warrior Hope & Care Center


Last certified on: Mar 17, 2012
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The LEED process proved to be extremely valuable on the Wounded Warrior Campus project through enhanced coordination, increased overall quality, and creating a great sense of pride for the delivery of high-performance buildings that honor Wounded American heroes

Constructed in the second phase of the Wounded Warrior campus, the P-060 Wounded Warrior Hope & Care Center is a state-of-the-art rehabilitation clinic dedicated for injured marines and navy services members recovering from their tours overseas. Constructed as a stand-out landmark for the Wounded Warrior Campus on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, this 30,995 s.f. rehabilitation facility primarily consists of an advanced physical training area with a full gym, indoor therapy pool, a covered outdoor lap pool, climbing wall, and 1/8 mile track. The Hope and Care Center also includes classroom and training rooms, spaces for counseling, reconditioning and transitioning services, financial management, community orientation, training, and outreach programs, as well as central community areas including a family lounge, child play area, computer lounge and dining area for occupants and their families.

The overriding concept behind this phase of the Wounded Warrior campus was to incorporate a “user-oriented” design approach that provided maximum benefit to the occupants. To implement this concept, the design-build team focused on providing betterments to the project that directly contributed to improving the health of injured and wounded marines and sailors to assist with their goals of rehabilitation and transition back to active duty and society. This meant providing 100% ADA accessibility for all three buildings and the entire Wounded Warrior Campus, maximizing the quality of the indoor and outdoor environments, and delivering a long-lasting campus of versatile buildings suited for future development. In addition, the project team made it a priority to integrate sustainability into every aspect of the project pairing the concept of high-quality with high-performance. The P-060 Hope & Care Facility along with its sister buildings, the P-1005 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQ) and the P-1100 Headquarters Building, achieved LEED Platinum Certification under New Construction v2.2.

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Project details
29,378 sf
Military Base
Mar 17, 2012
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