Construction continues at a steady pace on the upcoming California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Van Ness Campus at Geary and Van Ness in San Francisco.
According to a recent project update, the focus has shifted from the upward and outward on the hospital campus to the inside of the buildings. Finish tradesmen are hard at work on the interiors, installing sheet rock, casework, and millwork. Installation of the casework and millwork is expected to go into the fall, with flooring and other finishes going in afterward.
Progress can also be seen at the medical office building, where concrete pours for the foundations and garage is complete. The medical office building will rise from there, with structural steel work expected to go from now until August.
Work will continue on the parking levels, as crews will be installing concrete curbs and topping the slabs. That process is expected to finish in June. Masonry work is also starting at the parking levels.
Overall, the timeline for this project remains the same. Construction on the hospital portion of the project will be completed in the second half of 2018, with the MOB coming online shortly after that. The entire campus will be open in 2019.
California Pacific Medical Center/Sutter Health is the owner of this project. The architect who designed the Van Ness Campus is SmithGroup JJR. HerreroBOLDT (a joint partnership of Herrero Builders and The BOLDT Company) is the general contractor. The hospital portion of the project is expected to be LEED certified when it is complete, while the medical office building will likely be LEED – Silver certified.