Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, Washington   

US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District


Zaxon has completed over 700 construction cost estimating and scheduling projects for museums, universities, schools, office buildings, hospitals, churches, residential building, manufacturing facilities, energy facilities, as well as government and military facilities and infrastructures, throughout the DFW Metroplex, as well throughout Texas and nationwide. Projects in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex include International Terminal D, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport, Fort Worth, Texas; International Terminal A, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport, Fort Worth, Texas; Terminal A Rail Station, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport, Fort Worth, Texas; and Alcon Laboratory, Fort Worth, TX.  Below is the project we have completed in Washington State. For a larger list of Zaxon’s completed cost management services projects visit our projects page.

Madigan Army Medical Center is one of the largest military hospitals on the West Coast of the USA. Named in honor of Colonel Patrick S. Madigan the hospital today is a 205-bed JCAHO-accredited facility, expandable to 318 beds in the event of a disaster. Major services include general medical and surgical care, adult and pediatric primary care clinics, 24-hour Emergency department, specialty clinics, clinical services, wellness and prevention services, veterinary care, and environmental health services. MAMC is one of three designated trauma centers in MEDCOM, and is the headquarters for the Western Regional Medical Command (WRMC). Zaxon provided cost estimating services utilizing MCACES. Total cost of renovation of the Blood Donor Center is $2.1 Million and the Sea Level Aquifer Pump and Treatment System is $2.2 Million.