Soldier Family Care Center

Spc. Hugo V. Mendoza Soldier Family Care Center

Bldg 11335, SSG Sims Street

East Fort Bliss, El Paso, TX

The Mendoza Soldier Family Care Center (SFCC) is the largest of four medical facilities of its kind in the Army. The $42.5M facility opened in 2010 to serve 38,000 active duty military, their families, and veterans.

The site for the mural at the Mendoza Soldier Family Care Center is magnificent. Two stories high, the dimensions measure 26'H x 23.5'W. Located at the entrance to the facility, the wall is surrounded by floor to ceiling windows that flood the space with natural light. There are no vents or other obstructions for the mural. Traffic entering and exiting the building will have full view of the mural. 

 

Soto Fitness Center

Sgt. Joshua W. Soto Physical Fitness Center

Bldg 20751, Constitution Avenue

East Fort Bliss, El Paso, TX

The Soto Fitness Center is the largest fitness center in the Army. It opened in 2010 to serve soldiers, their families, and DoD employees. According to the latest statistics available, in 2011 the facility received 1,700 visits/day with 700,000 visitors projected for 2012. In addition to daily visitors, tournaments, competitions, and soldier orientations for deploying and returning soldiers are held at this location.

The two murals at the entrance to the Soto Fitness Center will be located on the adjacent wall spaces directly above the reception area. The walls measure 20'H x 73'W and 28.5'H x 74.25'W.

 

 

Food Court at Freedom Crossing

Grand Food Court at Freedom Crossing

1611 Haan Road

Fort Bliss, El Paso, TX 79906

While the the Mendoza and Soto locations are restricted to Department of Defense (DoD) cardholders, Freedom Crossing is open to the general public. It is the first ever open air shopping center on a U.S. military installation. In 2014, there were an estimated 1 million visitors, 65% military affiliated and 35% civilian.

The location at Freedom Crossing was recently added to the project to increase the number of local civilians who would interact with the murals, welcoming them as guests to this military installation.