Commercial Project Profiles: Healthcare
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, Outpatient Center - Oakland, California: ECOMAXCI™ WALL SOLUTION
The six-story, 88,000-square-foot addition to UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital’s Oakland campus includes five floors of clinic space, exam & treatment rooms & labs. The project also includes a floor dedicated to building services and parking. This new outpatient clinic is the first of many projects in the hospital’s 10-year master plan, and the construction practices and products used will set the tone for the rest of the development.
Humboldt general hospital - winnemucca, nevada: TSX-8510 and ECOMAXCI™ WALL SOLUTION
The Humboldt General Hospital expansion project includes a new memory care facility, centralized rural clinic space and expansions to the OB, ER and OR departments. It was designed and built to be a showcase for safety, innovation and contribution to the medical care community, construction quality and craftsmanship, and for its functionality of design and aesthetic quality.
Shiloh House - Centennial, Colorado: ECOMAXci™ Wall Solution
The Centennial location of Shiloh House is a non-profit organization offering services tailored to meet the varied educational, emotional and mental health needs of Colorado youth and families. Situated on a 1.54 acre site, the facility will include on-site parking, outdoor courtyards, and numerous programmed functions to empower youth and families overcoming the impacts of abuse, neglect and trauma.
BETTY IRENE MOORE HALL - SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA: TSX-8500
UC Davis broke ground on a new $50 million nursing school building in November of 2015. The 70,000-square-foot building will become the primary home of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing on the schools Sacramento campus.
The three-story building will have simulation labs where care scenarios play out on one side and debriefing rooms provide opportunity to discuss bedside decisions on the other side.
FLOWER MOUND SENIOR CENTER - FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS:
ECOMAXCI™ WALL SOLUTION
The new 21,000 square-foot Flower Mound senior center will offer their members rooms for activities such as bridge and billiards as well as a library, fitness and computer room. It’s four times the size of the old senior center, a building that formerly functioned as the town hall.