Martin Army Community Hospital serves 90,000 active duty soldiers, family and retirees on its 25 acre medical campus.
Gibson Landscape developed and executed 6 acres of hardscape, landscape and water feature design while maintaining the guaranteed maximum price through four design stages, over 35 construction change directives and a 40 month build schedule. This LEED Silver, $408 million project was completed with the combined efforts of world-class engineers and builders.
Adopting National BIM Standards, we utilized native plantings and stonework including mature trees, flatwork, stone masonry, permeable pavement, exposed aggregate walks, grasspave firelane, pedestal pavers and specialty stacked stone. We installed 19,000 square feet of green roofing for TPO roofs. We created four water features including two natural streams, entry feature and a water wall 50 feet tall. We enhanced air quality with interior mill plantings and an irrigation system. We built an amphitheater at the heart of the campus with impressive views of the creek ecosystem.
This project was recently awarded ENR’s best regional healthcare project for the Southeast United States.
- LEED Silver
- 6 acres of intricate hardscape, landscape construction
- 19,000 sq ft of green roof construction, featuring specialized assembly for TPO roofing
- 4 water features including 2 natural streams, entry feature and 50’ water wall
- Interior millrace plantings and irrigation system for air quality
- Amphitheater with dynamic views of adjacent creek ecosystem
- BIM Construction
“Gibson Landscape has provided the ultimate patient and visitor environment. In fact, we received a beautification award as a result. We appreciate Gibson’s high quality services as I’m sure you will.”- Healthcare landscape and maintenance client