U.S. Naval Hospital Guam

A Vision to Lead Navy Medicine in Quality, Patient-Centered Care Requires a New State-of-the-Art Hospital

Key Statistics


Tutuhan, Guam


NAVFAC Marianas / NAVFAC Hawaii


296,000 square feet

3 levels above grade

42 beds

4 structures

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Sherlock Smith & Adams

U.S. Naval Hospital Guam located in Tutuhan, Guam is a ground-up, Type I pebble surface architectural concrete hospital project. The project totals 296,000 square feet throughout four structures with three levels above grade. It includes 42 beds.

Surface parking totals over one acre and 912 stalls. As part of the Watts Webcor Obayashi JV, the phased project also includes an expansion of the Central Utility Plant and multiple support buildings.

Coinciding with the relocation of 8,000 Marines and their family members from Okinawa, Japan, the full-service hospital provides a variety of short-term acute care services including emergency medicine, ICU, inpatient procedures, pediatrics, optometry, physical therapy, mental health services, laboratory, and pharmacy, among others. The existing hospital remained operational during construction and was demolished once the new hospital opened. Webcor self-performed concrete. This project is LEED Silver®.


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