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Alameda Health Services Acute Care Tower Replacement

Oakland, CA

This design-build project is the largest construction program ever undertaken by the County of Alameda. The urban site is very sloped requiring retaining walls and ramps for pedestrian access. Being an historically sensitive site along a major corridor, the site design responds to the historical features while also dealing with the impact of new construction and major site reorganization of the hospital facilities and utilities. The landscape is designed to be low-maintenance and very drought tolerant while also using bio-retention methods for storm drainage control.

County of Alameda Health Systems
Completion Date
80,000 sf Outpatient Clinic, 318,000 sf Acute Care Tower, 1.5-acre courtyard
LEED Gold, ReScape
2017 California Counties Architects and Engineers Association Project of the Year Excellence Award, Grand Honor Award and Large County Award
2016 Western Council of Construction Consumers Owner’s Project Excellence Awards, Significant Project, Phase 2
2016 CMAA National Project Achievement Award, Phase 2, Buildings, New Construction, Greater than $100M
2014 CMAA Project Achievement Award, Northern CA, Buildings, New Construction, Greater than $25M
2012 DBIA Project in Process Award
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