Operating room in the David Grant Medical Center

Travis Air Force Base Hospital Modernization

David Grant Medical Center - Phase III
U.S. Air Force & U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Travis Air Force Base, CA

David Grant USAF Medical Center is the Air Force Medical Service’s flagship medical treatment facility in the United States, providing services to over 500,000 current troop and veterans annually in the San Francisco/Sacramento bay area. Though the base hospital got its start in 1943, the current facility was originally opened in 1988.

It was determined that a massive, facility-wide modernization was needed. This project was to be completed in three phases. The highly complex third phase included renovations of approximately 130,000 SF on the first, second and third floors.

This project consisted of design, construction and outfitting of the Operating room suite, Labor & Delivery unit, Surgery Clinic, Women’s Health Clinic, Mental Health Clinic, Oral Surgery Clinic and Heart/Lung/Vascular Clinic. Work on the David Grant USAF Medical Center project occurs over multiple phases to allow for continuous operations throughout construction.


Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Plumbing Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering

These new enhancements and efficiencies will make our patients’ health care experiences and easier access to DGMC services that much better.

Hospital Administrator Col. Mark Allen
60th Medical Group at DGMC

The Impact

Modern Facilities for the Future of Medicine

Streamlined layout of the facility and updated equipment provide more efficient service and opportunities to provide care that utilizes advances in medical technology.

Project Recognition

LEED Silver Certified