Military Medical Education and Training Campus
Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) San Antonio Military Excellence in Education
The Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) in San Antonio is the largest consolidation of training facilities in the history of the Department of Defense. This joint campus centralizes all Army, Navy and Air Force enlisted medical training at Fort Sam Houston
Fort Sam Houston will now offer five instructional facilities, six dormitories, a headquarters building, dining hall, and gym. Six existing Army Medical Department Center and School buildings are also part of the training campus.
Government projects always involve complex bidding processes; and this project came under the oversight of the Multiple Award Task Order Construction (MATOC) group, responsible for awarding many federal construction contracts.
Satterfield and Pontikes, the general contractor, knew that Brandt would be a perfect fit for this comprehensive consolidation and new construction project. Brandt was selected for its ability to provide value as a design/assist partner, as well as a proven track record for bringing complex construction projects in on time and on budget.
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What is International Military Education and Training Program?
A U.S. military training program for foreign military personnel and a limited number of civilians. Created in 1976, it is funded by foreign aid appropriations. Foreign governments receive grants for students to take courses in the United States at military training facilities, or, less frequently, for hosting U.S. instructors.