Highland Hospital - CM
Acute Tower Replacement
General Contractor: BGI
Owner: Alameda County
Architect: Shah Kawasaki, Ratcliff, Smith Group
Location: Oakland, CA
Completed: April 2013
Provided both Construction and Construction Management services.
- Site Concrete – Flat work
- Concrete Ramps & Garage / SWPPP Erosion Control
- Sidewalks, curbs, gutters, driveways, planters
- Composite Crew – Union Carpenters and Laborers (Our foreman was hired by Clark)
Completed in 2013, the Highland Care Pavilion was the project's first phase and features an 80,000 square-foot outpatient and specialty care center.
The Highland Hospital Acute Tower Replacement (ATR) Project is an outpatient and specialty care center that was built to comply with the State seismic requirements for health care facilities. The new nine-story building was built over 175 underground parking spaces. The facility includes a Same Day Clinic, Medical Imaging, non-invasive Cardiology Lab, expanded Infusion Center, Asthma and Allergy Center, Pulmonary Function Lab as well as Admitting & Registration, a Cafeteria, and Executive administration offices. The Acute Care Tower also houses the Central Utility Plan, Dietary Kitchen, Morgue, Materials Management, Bio-Med and Environmental Services, and a Public Art Program.
The BGI Team was involved in all aspects of the project from pouring concrete in the basement of the garage to the 9th story 169 bed facility. BGI provided multiple jobs to construction workers and managers from the Oakland community.
Shah Kawasaki, Ratcliff, Smith Group
Provided both Construction and Construction Management services from Site Mobilization to Closeout. BGI worked through-out the entire duration of the project.