STRUCTURES

Stanford University Hospital
Location: Stanford, California

Modernization Project
Facility expansion including new structures, interior remodeling of existing spaces and infilling of previously unfinished spaces; structural steel design, seismic anchorage design of medical equipment, ceilings, partitions and other nonstructural elements.

Ambulatory Surgery Center
Surgery center remodel including installation of Lithotripter units; seismic anchorage design of medical equipment, ceilings, partitions and other nonstructural elements.

S4 Fan Renovation
Installation of large, roof-top HVAC unit including anchorage and support of distribution system.

Loading Dock Modifications
Modifications to existing receiving area and loading dock.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Addition
Installation of 1.5 Teslar MRI unit and supporting equipment; structural analysis and design for seismic compliance of premanufactured radio frequency shield.

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UCSF Medical Center
Location: San Francisco, California

Anesthesia Research Laboratory and Library
Interior remodel to accommodate 8,000 s.f. research laboratory and 2,000 s.f. library.

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San Francisco General Hospital
Location: San Francisco, California

Fiber-Optic Network Cabling Project
Seismic anchorage design of communication equipment racks and cable hangers; firestop systems design and inspection for wall and floor penetrations. OSHPD permit approval coordination.

Medical Records Storage
Renovation, remodeling and anchorage for medical records storage area.

Internal Medicine Diagnostic Center
Extensive remodeling of third floor Diagnostic Center.

General Clinical Research Center
Interior remodel for the expansion of an AIDS research center.

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John Muir Medical Center
Location: Walnut Creek, California

Angiography Laboratory Replacement
Installation of roof-mounted air handling units and related equipment. Installation of overhead suspension system, diagnostic table and auxiliary angiography equipment.

Pharmacy and Human Resources Relocation
Seismic anchorage design of mechanical equipment, ceilings, partitions and other non-structural elements.

Data Control Center
Seismic anchorage design of Data General computers and other communication equipment throughout the hospital.

Orthopedic & Surgical Nursing Units/Solarium Addition
Development of two vacant floors in Phase III building and addition of roof-top solarium waiting room; structural steel framing and equipment anchorage design; seismic analysis of existing structure.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Addition
Addition to existing facility to house new MRI; Installation of 1.5 Teslar MRI unit and supporting equipment; structural steel design, equipment anchorage.

Clinical Laboratory Alterations
Phased remodel of 12,000 s.f. of existing laboratory spaces; equipment anchorage design and existing framing modifications.

Wellness Center
Civil engineering design including drainage, grading, utility, parking and paving improvements for a new four acre exercise and fitness center.

Basement Renovations
Remodel of plant services maintenance shop and materials management room.

Neurosurgical Microscope
Operating room remodel including installation of high-optic microscope suspended from vibration-isolated braced frame; equipment anchorage and steel framing design.

Emergency Services Expansion
New addition for waiting room and admissions area; remodel of existing emergency treatment center; structural steel framing design and equipment anchorage design including suspended X-Ray installation and overhead exam lights.

Loading Dock
Modifications to existing receiving area and loading dock and addition of suspended canopy.

Seismic Study of Phase I and Phase II Buildings
Seismic analysis of existing seven story Phase I building and two story Phase II building for use in master planning.

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Kaiser Permenente Medical Centers
Location: California

Fremont Hospital
Site work design and surveying for a new 106 bed hospital on an existing 25 acre site. Project included removing existing parking lots and construction of the hospital, central plant and 900 parking spaces.

Fremont Niles East Medical Office Building
Site work design and surveying for a 55,000 sq. ft. MOB. Relocation of parking and utilities was required as well as coordination with an adjacent new hospital design.

Infectious Waste Sterilizer and Disaster Storage Facility
Design of masonry disaster storage building and installation of San-i-Pak infectious waste sterilizer and loading platform.

CT Scanner
Installation of new CT Scanner unit and supporting equipment.

Pharmacy Expansion
Modifications to existing structure to accommodate a larger pharmacy.

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Three Bridges Lifecare Community
Location: Santa Rosa, California

Both assisted and non-assisted living units, community services and other amenities comprise this self-contained adult living community. C+D is providing all structural engineering and supporting civil engineering during the design development and construction documents phases.

This $160-million, 70-acre project features 400 living units, a theater, gymnasium, shops, library and dining facilities. On-site health care and residential units for dementia residents are included. The project features 55 buildings, with residential units up to four stories high.









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The Tamalpais
Location: California

C+D provided structure engineering for TAG Architects for a new fitness center and swimming/fitness pool at The Tamalpais, in Larkspur, a skilled nursing facility for Presbyterian Northern California Senior Housing. The project was located in a steeply sloping site near the housing tower and required benched & keyed concrete foundations to support the pool and fitness center.

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Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Location: Santa Clara County, California

SB 1953 Seismic Assessment of Valley Medical Center, Old Main Hospital Building. This seven-story concrete building was constructed in 1958. The County hired C+D Structural Engineers to provide the seismic assessment, retrofit strategies with different occupancy, license, and Earthquake Performance Level. The building is a seven-story reinforced concrete Main Hospital Building. This building included the patient beds, labs, surgery and support functions in the early years of the Hospital.

C+D used FEMA 273 and 274 Guidelines for the seismic vulnerability assessment, using push-over techniques. Similar technology was used with different earthquake intensity for design of retrofits for Collapse Prevention and Life Safety "Basic Safety Objective". The County intends to retrofit the building as part of the Long Range Campus Master Plan. Alternative projects retrofit and rehabilitation costs range from $42 to $82 million.

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