Kaiser Permanente, New Medical Office Building
Henry Adams provided the mechanical, electrical and plumbing design services for a 28,800 SF medical office building. Kaiser Permanente leased the building and developed it one phase at a time, evolving in three separate phases. Each phase required Kaiser and the design team to adapt and upgrade to new concepts and accommodate expanded equipment requirements. Eventually, substantial utility and infrastructure upgrades were done to accommodate their medical imaging in the final phase. Phases I and II included waiting rooms, over twenty exam rooms, procedure rooms, blood-draw stations, injection rooms, testing labs, audio-testing lab, full pharmacy and office space. Phase III design included a full-fledged radiology suite with mammography imaging, ultrasound imaging, and general imaging.
|Architect||Oudens Knoop Knoop + Sachs|