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UCSF's new 23A block of hospital space

UCSF Block 23A
San Francisco, CA

Completion 2020

Our Roles:

  • Asset Management/Asset Tagging
  • New Asset Warehousing & Installation
  • Vendor Management

This new 270,000-sq.-ft. building will bring together psychiatry bench lab research with other neurosciences research, clinical and support spaces, to drive advances aimed at new treatments for disorders of the brain and nervous system. This ground-up project is being delivered using Lean Integrated Project Delivery processes, as well as team co-location in a big room environment. The neuroscience complex at UCSF Mission Bay will become one of the largest in the world.


MD Anderson's new research center

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, TX

Completion Fall 2019

Our Roles:

  • Relocation planning
  • Dock management
  • Asset Management/Asset Tagging
  • Asset Installation
  • Safety Clearance
  • Vendor Management
  • Light Construction Management
  • Decomissioning Services

The 12-floor, 628,652-square-foot building, now in the second phase of construction, houses the Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Institute for Personalized Cancer Therapy, the Sheikh Ahmed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Center for Pancreatic Cancer Research, and molecular diagnostics, histocompatibility and molecular pathology research laboratories.


Stanford's new 500P building

Stanford Hospital - 500P
Palo Alto, CA

Completion 2019

Our Roles:

  • Relocation Transition Planning
  • Dock Management Services
  • Facility Support
  • Asset Management
  • Asset Warehousing & Installation
  • Vendor Management

The new Stanford Hospital will create a healing environment tailored to each patient’s unique needs. The finest facilities and medical care anywhere will be available with the flexibility to adapt to new technologies and life-saving innovations not yet discovered. Adding 368 beds, a new level-1 trauma center and emergency department, all together making up 824,000 new square feet.


UCSF's new Block 33

UCSF Block 33
San Francisco, CA

Completion Summer 2019

Our roles:

  • Asset Management/Asset Tagging
  • New Asset Warehousing & Installation
  • Vendor Management

The new 340,000-square-foot building will be constructed on a parcel known as Block 33, which is located at the southeast intersection of Third and 16th streets. The building consists of three wings: a 12-story tower, a five-story south wing and a three-story north wing with a rooftop garden. While design of the building continues, construction of the project is expected to begin in June 2017 for targeted completion by July 2019. The 12-story tower will house academic desktop research and administrative space, and it will use an open-plan design for faculty and staff who will be relocated from multiple UCSF sites such as Parnassus, Mission Center, Mission Bay, Laurel Heights and other leased spaces. Programs in the Proctor Foundation and Ophthalmology Department will combine in Building 33 to comprise a new Center for Vision Neurosciences, where clinics and teaching laboratories will be located in a five-story south wing. The north wing of the building will house centralized meeting space, including a three-story conference facility. The Block 33 building, which will provide a home for scientific initiatives that require desktop space near other UCSF research programs, will be located directly across from UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay. These include the Institute for Computational Health Sciences, the CERSI/Drug Development Efficacy Research, the Genomic Medicine Initiative Core and the Bio-banking Core.


Rush's new Medical Center in Oakbrook

Rush Medical Center
OakBrook, Chicago IL

Completed Spring 2019

Our Roles:

  • Relocation Planning
  • Dock Management
  • Asset Management/Asset Tagging
  • Asset Warehousing & Installation
  • Vendor Management

The three-story, approximately 100,000-square-foot facility will feature a multi-specialty, state-of-the-art outpatient surgery center; 65 exam rooms; physical and occupational therapy; a laboratory; full imaging services; and a demonstration kitchen for healthy cooking instruction. This new professional building, to be located at 2011 York Road in Oak Brook, will house an outpatient surgery center, offices for Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, and offices for other faculty physicians from Rush University Medical Center. Additionally, the building will include imaging and laboratory services. The project is a 50/50 joint venture between Rush and Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush. The total cost of the new building is estimated to be about $65 million. The state-of-the-art outpatient surgery center is estimated to cost $21 million.


Christus Spohn Shoreline
Corpus Christi TX

Completion Spring 2019

Our Roles:

  • Relocation Planning
  • Warehouse Management
  • Dock Management
  • Asset Management/ Asset Tagging
  • Asset Installation
  • Vendor Management

The hospital’s transformation includes the creation of approximately 420,000 square feet of new space and the removal of 320,000 square feet of aging buildings. The new Christus Spohn Shoreline Tower is nine stories tall and is a part of a $335 million expansion project. As soon as you step inside, you can get a clear picture of what the major investment has in store when it comes to patient care. The new expanded emergency department houses 55 rooms and will be the new home to a Level-2 trauma center.


Mount Carmel's new Grove City hospital

Mount Carmel Grove City
Columbus, OH

Completion 2019

Our Roles:

  • Relocation Planning
  • Asset Management
  • Asset Warehousing & Installation
  • Vendor Management
  • Decommissioning Services

Mount Carmel's Grove City campus will soon be home to a full-service hospital that will set the standard for people-centered care. Designed with you in mind, the new hospital will elevate care and embrace patient safety, and offer a serene environment that enhances healing. The expanded campus will feature: Expanded emergency department; intensive care, maternity, oncology and palliative care services; and 8 new state-of-the-art surgical suites for inpatient and outpatient surgeries. New 5-story medical office building connected to the hospital, with primary care, maternal fetal medicine, outpatient oncology and women’s health services. Headquarters for Mount Carmel's Graduate Medical Education program.