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Past Performance

At Banning, we love our clients and take pride in the work we do for them. Serving veterans and government organizations through the projects we undertake is of paramount importance. With this in mind, we strive for excellence in everything we do.


Salem VA Medical Hospital

  • 242-bed teaching hospital 

  • Provides health care services to more than 78,000 eligible Veterans in an area that covers 26 counties, 13 independent cities, and 8,800 square miles in southwestern Virginia.

  • 1,975 full-time employees serving more than 37,000 Veterans.

  • Clinics include 68 buildings with more than 1.2 million square feet of space.

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Birmingham VA Medical Center

  • Provides primary and specialty health care services to over 71,000 Veterans every year in Alabama and surrounding states. 

  • Opened in 1953.


Charleston VA Medical Center

  • Services more than 75,000 Veterans in a region that includes more than 15,000 square miles.

  • 152 beds and 20 operating nursing home beds.

  • Average 875,114 outpatient visits and recorded 4,368 inpatient admissions.


Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center

  • Built in the early 1930s and started admitting and treating Veterans on July 15, 1932. 

  • 272 bed general medical and surgical hospital was converted to a neuro-psychiatric facility in 1940. 

  • Medical center is located on a beautiful 125-acre campus with 25 major buildings.

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Atlanta VA Medical Center

  • Occupies 26 acres in Decatur, GA.

  • Offers 466 inpatient beds, including a 120-bed Community Living Center, a 40-bed domiciliary, and a 21-bed residential treatment program.

  • With an annual budget of $25 million, research program is ranked near the top 10 in the VA.


Houston VA Medical Center

  • On a 119-acre campus that features 350 acute care beds.

  • Primary health care provider for more than 131,000 Veterans.

  • Main medical center and 11 outpatient clinics log more than 2 million outpatient visits per year.  

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Montgomery VA Medical Center

  • Established in 1923.

  • Serves more than 49,000 Veterans in a 39-county area that covers central Alabama and parts of western Georgia. 

  • Over 433,000 outpatient visits per year.

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Augusta VA Medical Center

  • August VA Medical Center downtown campus was named after Charlie Norwood on Jan. 15, 2008.

  • The VA clinic in Statesboro, which first opened in May 2013, was named for Robert Ray Hendrix in December 2018. 

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Waco VA Medical Center

  • Serves more than 252,000 Veterans in 39 counties.

  • Service area covers over 35,000 square miles and 10 congressional districts.

  • In 2022, treated 116,359 Veterans, registered 5,393 inpatient admissions and completed more than 1.3 million outpatient visits.

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