To address aging medical office buildings and address parking issues and medical provider deficits in member communities, Kaiser Permanente proposed to implement a 3-phase project, which would include new and/or replacement medical office buildings and parking on a 15.34-acre site.
To accommodate population growth in the City of Encinitas and the surrounding north coastal region of San Diego County, the City proposed a five-phase expansion to Scripps Memorial Hospital to more than double the square footage of hospital facilities. Dudek helped the hospital craft a Master Plan EIR to accommodate these growth plans.
To accommodate growth in the City of Murrieta, Kaiser Permanente proposed the Murrieta Valley Medical Center, a five-phase project to include 254 beds, 2,681 parking spaces, and retail and commercial uses.
Kaiser Permanente’s ambitious goal for a new 450-bed hospital included LEED Platinum Certification and becoming a valued neighborhood resource. The new medical campus was recently named the Best Healthcare Project in California in 2017 by Engineering News Record. “When you’re building a hospital, it’s like building a mini-city,” said Shawn Shamlou, AICP, Dudek’s CEQA Principal
A small packaged wastewater treatment plant designed to serve a regional medical center significantly improved the quality of treated effluent, and was completed under-budget, enabling the medical center to add a connection from the new plant to a nearby elder care center. The Hi-Desert Medical Center (HDMC) and the Joshua Basin Water District (JBWD) jointly
California’s hospital administrators face a January 2013 deadline to retrofit or rebuild acute-care inpatient hospitals to meet stringent earthquake life-safety standards, complicated further by the passage of AB 32, the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. “With the far-reaching requirements set by new regulation, and complexity of project design and implementation stemming there from,
The City of Fontana and Dudek have been recognized for excellence by the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Southern California Chapter for the city’s new Community Senior Center. Working as the city’s representative on the new $15.3 millon project, Dudek’s construction managers provided the following services: Completion of the project design (95%–100% construction documents)