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FORT STEWART, GA. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, has selected McCarthy Buildings Cos. to complete the second phase of renovations at The Winn Army Community Hospital in Fort Stewart, approximately 40 miles southwest of Savannah. The fouryear, $38 million project includes a 43,000-square-foot addition and 55,000 square feet of renovated medical space. The new space will include emergency, administrative and nutritional departments, as well as an outpatient facility. With the new renovations, the emergency department and family medical clinic will double in size. After Phase II has been completed in October 2016, the hospital will have the capacity to serve 16,000 patients. Furthermore, the hospital is seeking LEED Silver certification. Leo A Daly is the project architect. Currently, McCarthy is working on Phase I of the project. The $23 million Phase I includes a
65,000-square-foot addition and 1,000-square-foot renovation to the hospital. The Winn Army Community Hospital opened in 1983 as part of a healthcare initiative to serve soldiers, military retirees and their families.

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