Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center

Sector: Healthcare

Dwight-D-Eisenhower-ArmyThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, needed to replace the fire alarm systems at seven buildings at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center (EAMC), a 93-bed medical treatment facility located at the U.S. Army installation at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia. Each of the new systems had to be integrated with the new fire alarm and mass notification system in Building 300. The buildings included:

  • Building 296: BSL III laboratory, one-story, 2,280 SF
  • Building 297: medical records, one-story, 5,100 SF
  • Building 298: hyperbaric and wound care, one-story, 1,650 SF
  • Building 299: MRI, one-story, 3,250 SF
  • Building 300: DDEAMC, 13 occupied stories, 622,700 SF
  • Building 301: family medicine, one-story, 26,733 SF
  • Building 302: maintenance shop, one-story, 5,476 SF

J&J Worldwide Services provided design/build services for the project. Based in part of Fisher Engineering’s extensive experience at Fort Gordon—having completed eight projects there, all of which included complete fire alarm system replacements —J&J Worldwide engaged FEI to provide fire protection engineering consulting, fire alarm/mass notification system design, and construction administration services as part of the design/build team.


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District


J&J Worldwide Services


Fort Gordon, GA

Services Provided

  • Site surveys
  • Development of design submittals
  • Shop drawing review
  • In-progress installation review
  • Witness acceptance testing

Construction Cost



667,189 SF

Completion Date