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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.

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