The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District has the great privilege of working with the Department of Veterans Affairs to build medical facilities that serve our Veterans. We provide project management and construction management support to Northern California projects in both Alameda and Stockton.
The Veterans Affairs facilities in Northern California alone serve and area of more than 377,700 Veterans dispersed over a wide geographic area of approximately 40,000 square miles.
Current DVA projects:
Alameda Point, near Oakland, California, will see construction of a 158,000-square-foot outpatient clinic, a columbarium, and administrative offices for the Veterans Health Administration, Veterans Benefits Administration, and the National Cemetery Administration. Construction is expected to be complete in 2025.
The Livermore Realignment & Closure project includes construction of an outpatient clinic, an engineering and logistics support facility, and a 120-bed community living center in Stockton, California; an outpatient clinic and utility plant in Fremont, California, and a 30,000-square-foot renovation to establish a specialty procedure center in Palo Alto, California. Of these, the community outpatient clinic is currently under construction and expected to be complete in 2023. The other facilities are in pre-construction phases.
USACE has completed two other DVA projects in Utah and Colorado. In 2011, the George E. Wahlen DVA Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, received a new outpatient mental health clinic addition, and in 2012, we constructed a 30,000-square-foot surgery floor addition to the DVA Medical Center in Grand Junction, Colorado.