BAUER Foundation Corp. receives $6.2 million for William Beaumont Fort Bliss Replacement Hospital Construction Project

BAUER Foundation Corp. (BFC) received a $6.2 million subcontract for the Fort Bliss Hospital Replacement Project. Earlier, the Texas based joint venture Clark McCarthy Healthcare Partners II was awarded the $650,000,000 William Beaumont Fort Bliss Replacement Hospital Construction Project in a best value selection process by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District.

This new 1,132,000 ft² medical facility will replace the existing William Beaumont Army Medical Center at Fort Bliss, Texas. The facility will include a hospital, clinic, admin, and consists of in-patient and out-patient medical care, clinical investigation, BSL-3 laboratories, ancillary support, support spaces, central energy plant, helipad, water storage tank, electrical substation and access control facility. BAUER Foundation Corp. will be providing the foundation package consisting of drilled shafts. BFC will provide 4 BAUER BG fixed mast drill rigs with crews to install 630 drilled shafts, using temporary casing and polymer slurry method.

BFC is primarily engaged in the installation of drilled shaft foundations for heavy construction projects such as high-rise buildings, power plants, transmission lines and bridges, and performs construction of dam and levee cut-off walls, as well as slurry diaphragm walls for major excavation and tunneling projects. BFC also owns and operates a fabrication and maintenance facility located at its corporate headquarters in Odessa (Tampa), Florida. BFC is the U.S. subsidiary of the world-wide operating BAUER Group based in Schrobenhausen, Germany. The BAUER Group is a world renowned foundation contractor, designer and builder of the world’s finest foundation equipment.

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