Landis was the local partner for the joint venture of Clark/McCarthy Healthcare Partners and Carl E. Woodward to construct the new $906 million Southeast Louisiana Veterans Affairs (VA) Replacement Medical Center in the newly expanded Medical District of New Orleans. The facility is a comprehensive, 2.4 million square foot medical center that includes 220 inpatient beds, an ambulatory outpatient clinic, mental health outpatient treatment facilities, an emergency department, research laboratories, and structured parking. The VANO campus consisted of seven buildings and two garages in different stages of construction, with all but one connected via a concourse. With respect to the richly historic New Orleans community, the new facility includes the adaptive re-use of existing structures such as the Pan American Life building and the Dixie Brewery. Designed to achieve a LEED Silver certification, the campus includes ambitious energy conservation goals.