An 8-story critical care building. The design was completed in 2008, using a 3-D Building Information Modeling software. The 435,000 sf facility is currently under construction with an estimated completion date of 2012.
Architect: Ellerbe Becket
A 5-story, 175,000-sf critical care facility. This project also includes a 6-level, 150,000-sf parking structure. Both structures were designed to essential facility standards.
Owner: County of Alameda
General Contractor: Mortenson
This 22-building correctional complex, features a maximum security housing complex and a low security camp facility. Over 1,000 insulated sandwich, tilt-up concrete wall panels doubling as vertical load bearing elements and seismic/wind shear walls supported by strip foundations were employed in the facility. The design was subsequently adapted and re-used for D/B delivery of a federal penitentiary in Victorville. Completed in 2000, at a cost of $92M. The site was the former Castle Air Force Base.
Contractor: Hensel Phelps
This assignment added over 450,000 sf of new facilities, including a new hospital (99 beds), a new medical office building (3 stories) and a new parking structure (5 levels, 775 vehicles). The project also included expansion of an existing 3-story medical office building. A principal now of PLM, together with other engineers belonging to a firm in which PLM's principals were formerly principals, was involved in the structural engineering services provided for the project.
Owner: Kaiser Permanente
Originally designed as Serramonte Corporate Center, this 7-story, 165,000 sf. building sits on an extreme slope, with 4 basement levels of parking. The building was leased by Kaiser Permanente and the interiors were adapted to suit a medical office building use. We provided comprehensive design services for both the base building and the TI for Kaiser. The construction was completed in 2002.
Architects: MBH, TI Architects: Polytech
Contractor: South Bay Construction
These buildings were originally designed for Excite @ Home Headquarters. There are four concrete-framed office buildings of 3 and 4 stories above one level of below grade parking of 400,000 sf. The development won a Design Excellence Award in 2002 from the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute. This campus is now adapted to serve as an Outpatient Care facility for Stanford Medical. A principal now of PLM, together with other engineers belonging to a firm in which PLM's principals were formerly principals, was involved in the structural engineering services provided for the project.