Kaiser Medical Center

San Francisco, CA

Size: 190,000 sf

Cost: $73 million

Market: Healthcare

Scope: Structural Engineering

Provided full structural engineering design and construction administration services for the seismic upgrade, renovation, and expansion of this 190,000 square-foot, concrete and steel frame acute care hospital, originally built in 1952. This project was one of the first OSHPD-approved voluntary seismic upgrades under IR-23 and had a construction cost of $73 million. The renovation provided 122 new inpatient beds, additional space for hospital support services and included a nine-story elevator tower addition.
This project was completed by FTF Principal, John Dal Pino, while at a previous firm.