U.S. Army Public Health Command
Veterinary Center Replacements Study
Veterinary Centers (VETCENs) support training of graduate veterinary officers; care and treatment of military working dogs; care and treatment of government-owned animals (GOAs), which includes ceremonial horses and Navy marine animals; care and treatment of privately-owned animals (POAs); treatment, control, and prevention of zoonotic diseases; and food defense activities.
HERA developed a 21,692-sf prototype model program for VETCEN facility replacements at Ft. Benning, Ft. Riley, and Ft. Campbell as part of a Capital Investment Proposal (CIP) development process. Each of these facilities includes animal holding, animal procedure rooms, laboratories, imaging, training/education space, offices, and animal/lab/building support spaces.
The new VETCENs will comply with requirements for LEED Silver certification.
HERA held a small-business-set-aside IDIQ with the USACE-Mobile District having a primary focus on Biomedical Research Laboratory and Vivarium Planning and Design. This task order served the U.S. Army Public Health Command for veterinary facility replacements.
Ft. Benning, Georgia
Ft. Riley, Kansas
Ft. Campbell, Kentucky
Facility and lab programming and concept planning
Tracking LEED Silver