Helping customers mitigate the risk of large, complex build-out and relocation projects
Cazador works closely with facility managers, program managers and contracting officers to understand, identify, offer and deliver turnkey build-out and relocation solutions. We specialize in healthcare facilities and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) programs, but also have extensive experience with other government and commercial organizations. Dedication to superior results and customer service is the hallmark of our company.
U.S. Air Force Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany
Cazador supported the complete modernization of a 76,000-squre foot clinic, all while maintaining ongoing operations during the transitioning to the new facility.
U.S. Navy Naval Branch Medical Clinic, Philadelphia, PA
Cazador modernized this facility to meet current Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) standards for medical/dental clinics and accommodate the clinic’s current mission requirements.
21st Medical Group Clinic, Peterson Air Force Base
Cazador renovated and optimized the 21st Medical Group’s main Medical Clinic and Area Dental Lab.
The three-phase, $18 million construction project began in 2012 and was a partnership between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District and the U.S. Air Force. The project’s goal was to optimize and provide state-of-the-art medical treatment services for patients of the 21st Medical Group and the Colorado Springs Military Health System.
MacDill Air Force Base Clinic
Cazador performed relocation planning, equipment inventory and procurement, interior design services, move supervision, product installation, and equipment testing to fully outfit this new facility.
Kessler Medical Center Inpatient Tower
Cazador outfitted this new 144,000 square foot Inpatient Tower with medical equipment, clinical case goods, furniture & furnishings, and more.
David Grant Medical Center I/O Renovation
Cazador was responsible for Initial Outfitting and Transition Services for the renovation of 14 departments over two and a half years.
U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa
In preparation of U.S. and Japanese government plans to turn over Camp Lester to the Japanese, Navy Medicine West (NMW) led the construction of a new hospital, basic enlisted quarters, and support facilities on Camp Foster.
U.S. Naval Hospital Guam
Cazador designed and outfitted this new 217,000 square foot facility in under 45 days.