Constructed in 1936-1938, Old BAMC is a historic, 210,000 square foot, seven story, poured-in-place concrete frame and floor structure with solid masonry curtain wall and brick exterior building. Most of the building was restored to its original look and configuration, bringing it back into service. The tenant improvement renovations completed included a large computer server room, SCIF, operations center and food service vendor, back-up power and 24-hour HVAC. Total cost $30 million. Project duration from start until first tenant move-in was ten months.
North Beach Pavilion
Originally built as barracks for the Army, the building structure was converted to medical facilities in the late 1940’s to support Fort Sam Houston’s expanding medical efforts. The renovated 122,000 square foot, historic building design allows for modern space planning requirements, whether traditional or open design. Total cost $15 million. Project duration from start until first tenant move-in was eight months.