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Virtual Presentation, Tour, & Discussion
Wednesday: June 2, 2021, 6pm – 8pm
2 HSW LUs approved
This is a FREE Live Event – The event will NOT be recorded.
Located in the heart of Downtown Redwood City, Kaiser Permanente’s new specialty Medical Office Building is complete. This nearly 400,000 sf building is four floors above grade with three levels of parking below.
Designed and constructed using an integrated project delivery method, the Owner, Architect, and Contractor will provide an inside look into the planning, design, and construction of the Marshall Medical Offices and below grade parking structure.
The presentation will highlight the healthcare planning and programming strategy for excellent health care delivery. Architect, HOK and contractor, Swinerton will discuss the early collaboration with the owner during the design and preconstruction phase. They’ll provide a walkthrough of the plans, discuss construction techniques and innovative material usage, as well as show a time-lapse of the construction followed by a virtual tour of the finished project.
- Jeff Missad, AIA, Kaiser Permanente, National Facilities Team Manager
William Rogers, FAIA, HOK, Senior Principal, Director of Healthcare
Andy Potter, AIA, HOK, Principal, Sr. Project Architect
Paul Woolford, AIA, HOK, Sr. Principal, Design Principal
Curtis Johnson, Swinerton, Vice President, Division Manager
- Discuss the integrated project delivery method and the benefits of team collaboration early and continuously thought-out the project.
- Discuss the benefits of using a modular structural steel framing system with moment connectors integrated with a C-CAPP system to reduce the construction time.
- Understand planning requirements for a Magnetoencephalography (MEG) and its health benefits.
- Understand the environmental benefits of including reclaimed water supply into the building and site.
- Understand the benefits of integrating daylighting strategies with lighting controls to reduce energy demand.
2 LU | HSW Credits Approved
The course covers emerging research on the planning and design of state-of-the-art health care environments. Additionally, it will cover welfare topics that improve the environment for everyone as this building will be LEED Gold Certified. Topics to be discussed include using integrated daylighting controls to reduce artificial lighting, integrating a reclaimed water system for toilets to reduce the consumption of potable water.