Case Study: Keesler Inpatient Tower

Keesler AFB, Biloxi MS

Keesler Inpatient Tower is a  BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure) Funded project for the reconstruction of the old D Tower of the existing Hospital due to damage incurred by Hurricane Katrina.


Cazador’s primary scope of work is to outfit the new Inpatient Tower with Medical Equipment, Clinical Case goods, Furniture & Furnishings, Artwork, Communication Systems, Information Technology, Resource Protection, Security Systems, Signage and Way Finding. Cazador is also providing all services associated with the initial outfitting such as planning / design, transition / relocation planning and implementation, product selection, storage, installation, testing, training, and warranty support.

The new inpatient tower will be an elevated and reinforced structure designed to prevent future hurricane damage. The Inpatient Tower will feature modern new locations for: the Emergency Room, Central Sterile Supply, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, the Chiropractic Clinic, the ICU, Surgery, Recovery / PACU, the Cath Lab, Medical and Surgical Wards.


Contract Award: July 2, 2010


Completion: January 2012


Building Size: 140,000 sq ft


Project Value: $14 Million Cazador, $50 Million Overall



  • Planning / Design Review
  • Master Relocation Planning
  • Master Budget and Schedule
  • Asset Inventory and tracking
  • Transition Planning
  • Product Purchase and Installation
  • New Product Training Oversight
  • Physical Move
  • On Site Supervision
  • Post Move Support
  • Signage
  • DRMO
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