Commercial Buildings (Under Construction) – San Francisco – 94115 – 2/14
|UCSF Children’s Women’s and Cancer Hospital|
UCSF Women’s Specialty Hospital at Mission Bay will offer women comprehensive services tailored to their unique needs. Providing the latest in breast cancer treatments, outstanding surgical care, and a 36-bed birth center, our women’s hospital will be a vital part of the Mission Bay hospital complex.
In creating our new women’s specialty hospital, we’ve leveraged our understanding of the importance of warmth and beauty in a hospital setting. The design of our women’s hospital will include expansive two-story atriums, intimate meditation spaces, patient rooms that maximize the use of natural light, soft color schemes, exceptional exhibits of artwork, and views of gardens from every bedside. It will also include versatile spaces to meet the diverse needs of family and caregivers. And because companionship and support are essential to healing, every patient room is designed to allow a patient’s loved one to spend the day or night comfortably.
Hospital construction officially began12/6/2010
Auger cast piles/foundations completed6/2011
Topping Out Ceremony10/17/2011
placement of last bar of steel atop the hospital building
Hospital – Slab on Deck, Roof Area 2 completed1/17/2012
Medical Building – Slab on Deck completed 2/3/2012
Hospital – Fireproofing, Area 2 completed 2/8/2012
Energy Center – Exterior Skin completed 2/27/2012
Energy Center – Overhead Rough-in Complete 4/19/12
Hospital – Shaft closed at all levels 6/7/12
Energy Center – Rough-in Complete 6/21/12
Hospital – Elevation Exterior Skin Complete 6/29/12
Hospital elevation exterior skin complete 9/10/12
Hospital exterior skin complete 9/17/2012
Medical Building – exterior skin completed 12/2012
Hospital rough-in levels 1-4 completed 7/2013
Substantial Construction Completion 6/2014
Construction Completion of Project 8/22/2014
UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay Opens to Public 2/1/2015
Note: UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, the new 289-bed children’s, women’s and cancer hospital complex, is composed of three basic physical buildings, which are referred to as follows: (1) Hospital — comprised of the children’s, women’s and cancer inpatient facilities; (2) Gateway Medical Building — comprised of ambulatory services for pediatric, women, and cancer patients; and (3) Energy Center (EC) —the building facing Third Street that houses the equipment, e.g., boilers, coolers, etc., to run the 878,000 gsf hospital complex.
2000 – Prompted by New California Seismic Law, Strategic Planning Commences to Identify Site and Clinical Programs for New Hospital
May 17, 2007 – UC Regents Approve Fudraising Campaign for UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay
Sept. 18, 2008 – UC Regents Approve Design, Budget and Environmental Plans for New UCSF Mission Bay Hospital Complex
May 19, 2008 – UCSF Presents Designs for Medical Center at Mission Bay
from the initial plannng stages onward, the new UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay was designed to be both architecturally unique and profoundly energy efficient,utilizing cutting edge sustainable building practices.
March 13, 2009 – UCSF Receives $125M Matching Grant from Atlantic Philantropies & Chuck Feeney
June 7, 2010 – UCSF Receives $100M Gift from Marc and Lynne Benioff for Children’s Hospital
The $100 million contribution by philanthropists Marc and Lynne Benioff was a great boon to the construction process, and gave the children’s hospital its new name;UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.
Sept. 16, 2010 – UC Regents Unanimously Approve Final Funding Plans for USSF Medical Center at Mission Bay
Oct. 27, 2010 – Groundbraking Ceremony
Dec 6, 2010 – Official Start of Construction
June 2011 – Auger Cast Piles/Foundations Completed
October 18, 2011 – Topping Out Ceremny
In an exciting event symbolizing the end of the hospitals’ structural phase, a 1600- pound beam, decorated with messages and signatures from UCSF staff, patients, doctors and construction workers, was placed atop the building.
January 2012 – Slab-on-Deck Completed
June 15, 2012 – UCSF medical Center at Mission Bay Reaches Philanthropic Milestone – Surpasses $400M in Gifts
December 2012 – exterior Skin Completed
The exterior of the hospitals truly began to take the shape with the completion of the exterior skin (walls and windows) and roof, with full interior build-out underway.
August 2014 – Construction Competed
September 2014 – January 2015 – fit Out and Commisioning
February 1 2015 – UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay Opens!
When the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay opens its doors for the first time in February 2015, the 289-bed, $1.5 billion children’s,women’s and cancer hospital complex will serve the community in ways never before imagined. Bringing the most sophisticated medical technology together with patient environments emphasizing comfort and connection, these hospitals will both innovative and heal for years to come.