Military | Design-Build
The Miramar National Cemetery serves as the eventual resting place of 235,000 veterans. The first phase provides 11,500 grave sites; 4,500 in-ground cremation sites; 10,000 columbarium niches and provide sufficient burial capacity for approximately ten years. The project also includes an administration building, a maintenance complex, two committal service shelters and signage.
|Owner||US Department of Veterans Affairs|
|Architect||Van Dyke Landscape Architects|
|Completion Date||2011 (Phase I)|
|Construction Cost||$19.45 Million|
|Awards||ASCE Region 9 Outstanding Urban/Land Development Award|