David Grant Medical Center I/O Renovation
Customer: U.S. Air Force
Location: Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA
Major Services: Initial Outfitting and Transition Services
Project Overview: Cazador was responsible for Initial Outfitting and Transition Services for the renovation of 14 departments over two and a half years. Highly technical and innovative equipment was programmed and specified for a brand new state-of-the-art Cardiovascular Operating Room and Cardio Cath Lab. Patient treatment and exam areas, executive and administrative areas, pharmacies and large laboratory areas were all equipped with the most advanced technological equipment and modern furnishings. Per the direction of the Lt. Colonel in charge, public waiting areas were transformed into comfortable, inviting spaces with a communal “living room” feeling designed to calm and comfort patients and families.
Additionally, the state-of-the-art Hybrid Cardio-vascular Operating Room was equipped with robotic imaging technology for complex cardiac and vascular surgical procedures. This equipment was carefully planned and executed through hard work and painstaking coordination efforts. The Cardiovascular Operating Room, which opened in October of 2010, is only 1 of 4 in the nation with its broad range of capabilities and patient services.
The Cazador Difference: Cazador’s team of highly qualified professionals was responsible for everything including programming, space planning, specifying, and procuring and installing the FF&E package, while maintaining ongoing operation of each department, utilizing temporary spaces and sometimes moving more than once. A total of 33 departments were affected in the transition plan. Cazador’s exceptional project management contributed to the timeliness of patient care by ensuring that all “open for business” dates were met.