Kaiser Permanente, Redwood City Medical Center
General Contractor: BGI
Owner: Kaiser Foundation Health
Location: Redwood City, CA
BGI provided Construction.
- SWPP- Storm Protection Prevention Plan
- Built the Pedestrian Canopy – Union Carpenters and Laborers
- Concrete Walls
- Composite Crew
BGI poured site concrete and was involved in the SWPPP (Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan) program to prevent wastewater contaminating the ecosystem. BGI built the Pedestrian Canopy, and placed signage. During this seismic upgrade of the existing hospital, BGI helped to increase cost savings with the project and provide an on-time delivery of the project.
A new construction of a new state-of-the-art facility. The 280,000-square-foot building is seven stories. The replacement of the hospital was necessary to meet the seismic safety standards mandated by the State of California under SB1953. Kaiser Permanente's Redwood City Hospital Replacement project includes the construction of new hospital, central utility plant and site utilities work.
The new 149-bed, 280,000-square-foot hospital is home to KP's Advanced Neuroscience Center for Northern California that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions including brain and spine tumor, complex spine diseases, vascular lesion and complex pain problems. The hospital also includes an emergency department, imaging department with an MRI and two CT scans, 10 operating rooms, labor and delivery rooms, ICU rooms, and procedure rooms. Other project elements of the new hospital include an enclosed garden featuring outdoor dining adjacent to the cafeteria and a meditation area.
Kaiser Foundation Health
Redwood City, California
Green Building Honorable Mention - 2015 Sustainability Awards
BGI provided Construction and Construction Management Services.