1) Demolition and remodeling of 6,000 SF of kitchen and food service equipment to the state of the art kitchen for the value of $4,805,000
2) Preconstruction and construction services for the renovation of the 5th floor endoscopy surgery suite, a 3,000 square foot area containing reception, operating and recovery rooms, and negative pressure treatment and infusion rooms. Construction on this $1,200,000 renovation was performed while the hospital remained open and operational.
3) New state of the art 88 bed hospital; 100,000 SF, 8 Stories, imaging department, 4 surgical rooms 8 OR Rooms, IC Rooms, Pharmacy. $109,889,000 construction budget. Validation of estimate that was provided by the CM GC firm. MicroEstimating provided a detailed comprehensive estimate for concrete frame and drywall as well as general conditions validation.
Kaiser Permanente Shadelands Medical Center, Walnut Creek, CA, Medical Office Building
Preconstruction and construction management/general contracting services for an $11.2 million phased project to convert office buildings into medical office space. The first phase encompassed a 90,000 square foot renovation of three low–rise office buildings into medical office space to house a pharmacy, diagnostic imaging facility, clinical EKG laboratory, and the physical therapy and obstetrics/gynecology departments. The second phase entailed tenant improvements to a 20,000 square foot area to house the optometry and ophthalmology departments.
Kaiser Permanente Richmond Medical Center, Richmond CA, 22–Bed Expansion
Cost Estimating services for a $22 million renovation covering 30,000 SF of space. This was phased work which included upgrades of numerous MOB functions and the entire HVAC and electrical systems. The areas included in the renovation of the emergency department, material management, ultrasound, med/surgical units, inpatient pharmacy, physical therapy, administration and sleep rooms were also renovated and expanded in the main hospital, medical office building and leased space.
UC San Francisco Children’s Hospital, San Francisco, CA
Renovations of the Fluoroscopy Room 350 and Orthoscopy Room 326 for two new MRI unit replacements. The work encompassed remodeling of the existing rooms, including demolition, new finishes, and a mechanical, electrical and plumbing upgrade to accommodate the new MRI units, one from Siemens and one from GE.
University of California, San Francisco, Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center Research Building
Cost estimating services for the redundant system to power critical loads for the new cancer research facility at the Mission Bay campus. The new 162,000 square foot facility, designed by Rafael Vinoly, includes 46 laboratories, full and half–floor research pavilions, technology center, offices, and meeting and conference facilities. The facility will support 414 researchers applying the newest biomedical advances to cancer in state–of–the–art laboratories.
Hillcrest Seismic Improvements, UC San Diego
Preconstruction services for seismic upgrades to the pedestrian bridge on campus. The majority of the utilities that serve the main hospital at Hillcrest are suspended beneath the bridge. The $5 million project will upgrade the lateral force resistance capacity of the existing bridge.
Hoover Pavilion, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Preconstruction services for the $53 million renovation and upgrade of the 5-story historically significant Hoover Pavilion, originally a hospital building. The facility will serve as a medical office building to accommodate private practice physicians being relocated from 1101 Welch Road. The 85,000 square foot facility will undergo extensive renovation and upgrades to meet the needs of its new tenants for medical offices, laboratory facilities, and surgery suites.
Contra Costa Regional Medical Center, Martinez, CA, Renovation
Worked with the design team to study various configurations for converting patient rooms from the Psychiatric Unit to the Medical Surgical Unit. Studies ranged from a 20 bed to a 30–bed conversion, with the larger number including an addition to match the existing hospital rooms. The 10,000 square foot renovation included demolitions, new partitions, new finishes, fire sprinklers, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, fire alarm, life safety and medical gases.
Wellness Center, Contra Costa County Regional Medical Center, Martinez, CA
The Wellness Center project is a 9,600 square foot, new single story facility. This project is located across from the Contra Costa Regional Medical Center. The design build project construction budget was estimated at $5.9 Million
Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, Oakland, CA, Renovation and Seismic Upgrade
Renovation and seismic upgrade of a 13,000 square foot area to create a state–of–the–art research laboratory. The facility is located in an historic building complex. The project preserved the character of the complex, including preserving and salvaging historic building materials and components.
VA Hospital, Building 700, Fourth Floor, Mather, CA
This project was 20,000 SF of remodeling, transforming patient rooms into state of art patient rooms over the course of three phases. Project value: over $4 Million.
Genentech, Vacaville, CA, Cell Culture Plant 2
Cost estimating services for the 450,000 square foot expansion, making it the largest biotechnology fermentation facility of its kind in the world. Project added a new manufacturing facility and a new infill building along with doubling the size of the central utility plant and expanding an existing warehouse and spine.
Gilead Sciences, Foster City, CA, Master Plan
Provided a 5–year master plan for this corporate research campus, estimated at $60 million, that includes administrative and manufacturing facilities, chemical laboratories, warehousing and 30,000 square feet of ancillary buildings. MicroEstimating also worked on tenant improvement projects including a pilot plant and GMP storage facility and new data center.
Alza Corporation, Vacaville, CA, New Oros Manufacturing Facility Master Plan
Provided a new master plan for a proposed $215 million expansion at Alza’s Vacaville facility. The project encompasses a 160,000 square foot pharmaceutical manufacturing facility including a 30,000 square foot administrative building; 60,000 square foot manufacturing facility; 10,000 square feet of laboratories; 30,000 square feet of warehousing; and 30,000 square feet of other buildings with the associated site improvements and validation package.