Kaiser Permanente Murrieta Valley Medical Center Program EIR

To accommodate growth in the City of Murrieta, Kaiser Permanente proposed a five-phase project to build a new medical center to include 254 beds, 2,681 parking spaces, and retail and commercial uses.

Project Facts
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Murrieta, California
  • 37.6-acre site
  • 824,000 square feet of medical facilities

The Challenge

Since hospital uses were not allowed on the site, Kaiser Permanente proposed a Specific Plan Amendment to allow for hospital and hospital-related facilities as well as greater height, floor area ratio, and updated design standards.

The Solution

We prepared a Program EIR and associated technical studies in accordance with the City’s CEQA procedures. Key issues we analyzed included biology, cultural resources, aesthetics, air quality, greenhouse gas emissions, hazards and hazardous materials, hydrology and water quality, land use and planning, noise, cumulative effects, growth inducement, and traffic circulation.

What We Did

Our multidisciplinary specialties allow us to provide efficiencies that maintain project momentum.

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