Missouri Army hospital pays $62M as part of transition to new location

The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers awarded a $62 million contract to SNC-Lavalin, a project management company, to provide outfitting and transition services for the replacement of General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., which is located about 140 miles southwest of St. Louis.

The hospital will transition to a new $302 million and 235,400 square-foot location in Fort Leonard. SNC-Lavalin will help the 1,156 staff transition to the new unit, according to a Nov. 23 SNC-Lavalin news release. 

The new facility will include a 193,300-square-foot clinic, a central utility plant, five-bay ambulance garage and a helipad.

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