The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has selected Kansas City-based JE Dunn Construction as the contractor for two projects worth a total of $45 million.
The projects are a $24 million clinic modernization at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho, near Boise, and the $21.1 million pharmacy at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, near Fort Walton Beach.
Leawood-based Hoefer Wysocki will design both projects.
During the past 10 years, JE Dunn has won more than $800 million in health care facility work through the U.S. Air Force Healthcare Facilities Modernization Program, according to a release from JE Dunn.
The Idaho project will be a 41,165-square-foot renovation of the current facility. Work will begin in 2020 and be completed in 2021. The Florida project will be completed in two phases and is the second project the company has done at that base.
“We are thrilled to continue building our federal health care portfolio alongside a trusted partner, Hoefer Wysocki,” JE Dunn Group Manager Craig Stearns said in a release.
In August, JE Dunn won a bid for a $158 million renovation of the famous Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel in Colorado Springs.