Status: Completed at Arup
Project Description: The UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay is composed of a new hospital, out-patient building, and a central utilities plant. The out-patient building is a 200,000ft2 six story steel buckling restrained braced frame medical office building with a helipad on the roof. The central utility plant is not only the power center for the medical center, but also houses full service backup utilities to assure resiliency and continual operation of this critical facility. Jason was the project engineer at Arup for the out-patient building and the central utilities plant, and is responsible for managing the structural team and delivering the structural design and construction administration.
Photo by UCSF
Architect: Harley Ellis Devereaux with HOK and WHR
Status: Completed at Harley Ellis Devereaux
Project Description: The South Hospital Addition was led by HED with contribution from Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum (Chicago, IL) and Watkins Hamilton Ross (Houston, TX). The award winning building is a 602,500 ft2 eight story hospital, including a four story concourse with connecting pedestrian bridges. The structural frame is a hybrid system comprised of a four story reinforced concrete moment frame structure supporting a braced steel frame for the remaining patient floors. The exterior envelope is brick veneer supported by steel brick frames with metal stud infill. Jason led the structural engineering team at HED through design and construction.
Photo by William Beaumont Hospital