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Using drought-tolerant, California-native plants in the gardens results in reduced water consumption.

The new Stanford Hospital is designed to be a model of environmental sustainability and resource conservation. From early construction phases through day-to-day resource management, responsible environmental practices for the new Stanford Hospital have been considered every step of the way.

* Pursuing a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver Certification
* A water reclamation system captures condensate water on the A/C units and uses that water for irrigation of the Hospital's "green roof"
* Designed to have a 90 to 95 Energy Star rating
* Use of drought-tolerant, native-California plants results in 30% reduced water consumption for irrigation
* 35% less energy used than the average hospital
* 25% more energy efficient than a hospital designed to meet current standards

10 Day Look Ahead: Renewal Project Construction Activities

The Stanford University Medical Center Renewal Project, which will expand Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, rebuild Stanford Hospital, modernize Hoover Pavilion and replace School of Medicine laboratories, is underway. Below is a summary of the Renewal Project's anticipated construction activities, hours of activity and any affected lane or road closures over the next 10 days. Please click here to subscribe to our 10 day look aheads, which will be emailed every Friday and archived on the Renewal Project website.

Please note that that the scope of work and dates of work are subject to change without notice, especially due to weather impacts.

New Stanford Hospital Facility
December 2012 - 2019

Work is under way to construct the new Stanford Hospital facility in order to accommodate advances in medical technology, increase capacity and meet new seismic safety standards. The 824,000 square foot hospital includes 368 individual patient rooms, state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment rooms, an expanded Emergency Department, new employee parking structure, five gardens, walking trails and a meditation room. The new hospital is expected to open for patient care in fall of 2019.

This week's activities:

What to expect this weekend (2/16 - 2/17) 

Interior construction will continue this Saturday and Sunday, including wood ceiling installation, signage, flooring, air balancing, as well as mechanical, electrical and plumbing connections. 

Weekday Work (2/18 - 2/22)
Hours of Construction Activity: 7 am to 3 pm for regular construction.  

The interior of the hospital is progressing with wood ceiling installation, flooring, painting and lighting fixtures. Installation of the information desk in the atrium is ongoing. Cafeteria work progresses with counter top installation and electrical safety certification. 

I maging and medical equipment installation continues.  Fire alarm testing is occurring from 2 pm - 11:30 pm . Air balancing is ongoing. Nurse call system installation and testing is underway. Activation of cellular coverage is in progress. Deployment activities progress with end user devices, telephony and audio visual. Steam system start-up is in progress.
  
On the exterior, paver installation, concrete pours and landscaping progresses. Fountain assembly installation begins.  Wall panels installation for the bus stop shelter in front of the garage entrance on Welch Road continues. The pedestrian path has been diverted while this work occurs. 


What to expect next weekend (2/23 - 2/24) 
Hours of Construction Activity: 7 am to 3 pm

Interior finish construction is expected to continue next weekend.

School of Medicine BioMedical Innovations Building
January 2017 - Late 2019

The BioMedical Innovations Building (BMI) will be a state-of-the-art facility that fully supports the talent and vision of the School of Medicine to translate medical research discoveries into treatments and cures. The new building will be approximately 215,500 square-feet with four above-grade floors of research labs and light-filled gathering places, and a lower basement level with reduced functional square footage for utility support. A connective tunnel to other nearby research facilities is part of the proposed design.

Current Activities:
 
What to expect this weekend (2/16 - 2/17) 
Hours of Construction Activity: 9 am to 5 pm for regular construction

Interior and exterior work continues on Saturdays, and the site is closed on Sundays. No construction impacts are expected this weekend.

Weekday Work (2/18 - 2/22)
Hours of Construction Activity: 7 am to 5 pm for regular construction

Interior work continues including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, walls, frames, doors, tiling, painting, fire sprinklers and elevators. Ceiling tile installation begins. Security and audio visual work progresses. On the exterior, glazing and painting of the trellis continues.

What to expect next weekend (2/23 - 2/24) 
Hours of Construction Activity: 9 am to 5 pm for regular construction

No construction impacts are expected next weekend.

General Reminders

Motorists: please be mindful of sharing the road with bicyclists. 

 

Consider alternatives to driving, including Stanford's free Marguerite shuttle, biking, carpooling, and transit. Try the do-it-yourself commute planning tool.

 

Cyclists: please be mindful of sharing the sidewalk with pedestrians. Those who choose not to share the road and use the sidewalks must walk their bicycles.

 

Pedestrians: must use the new designated crosswalks on Welch Road. Jaywalking is illegal and especially unsafe in active construction areas. Thank you!

Questions?

  

You can find the most up to date information on the Renewal Project website at www.SUMCRenewal.org

 

You can also sign up for  project email notices  on the website. For additional information regarding site work, email the Renewal Project at info@sumcrenewal.org or call the 24-hour Construction Hotline: (650) 701-SUMC (7862).