NEW $456M NAVAL HOSPITAL DEBUTS AT CAMP PENDLETON
SAN DIEGO – A new 1-million-square-foot Naval Hospital has debuted at Camp Pendleton in San Diego. The new Marine Corps Base hospital is replacing an older facility that was built in 1974 near Lake O’Neil. The $456-million hospital will employ about 1,100 physicians, nurses and support personnel. It will serve about 70,000 active-duty and veteran military members, as well as their families. The hospital was built by Clark Construction Group, LLC, and McCarthy Building Companies. It was designed by HKS Architects.