December 2, 2015
Today’s fast-paced, highly competitive marketplace requires both the flexibility and the ability to incorporate and adapt to change quickly for success.
That was abundantly clear with the $1.5 billion UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay in San Francisco, an 878,000-sq.-ft. facility comprised of three hospitals:
- Benioff Children’s Hospital,
- Bakar Cancer Hospital and
- Betty Irene Moore Women’s Hospital.
The planning, design and construction of a large, complex healthcare facility from the ground up may easily span a decade, especially in California that has a state agency responsible for reviewing and inspecting the construction and renovation of hospitals and skilled nursing facilities.