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This seven-story, design-build project at the UCSF Mission Bay campus houses the Chancellor’s office as well as a café, classrooms, and faculty offices. The project consisted of cast-in-place concrete slabs and concrete walls.  

The construction administration phase was streamlined significantly by the design team and contractors being co-located in the “Big Room”.  We worked collaboratively to achieve the required very short construction schedule.  From time beginning of design to end of construction was only two years.

 

We additionally worked as the "Non-structural Coordinator", and provided design criteria and design review of all non-structural items.  The project had a higher than code level non-structural design criteria since the building housed the offices for many of the doctors in the adjacent hospital.
 

Mission Hall - UCSF Mission Bay

LOCATION:

San Francisco, CA

CLIENT, OCCUPANCY:

UCSF

CONTRACTOR/ARCHITECT TEAM:

Rudolph & Sletten

CONSTRUCTION COST: $96 M

SCALE:

266,000 SF, 7 story

CONSTRUCTION TYPE:

Concrete slabs, columns, shear walls over auger cast piles

SUSTAINABILITY:

LEED Gold

ROLE:

Patrick Ryan Principal-in-Charge 

Maureen Joyce Project Manager

while employed at Rutherford + Chekene