Located in San Francisco on the cross streets of Van Ness Ave and Geary Street, the CPMC/Sutter hospital project is a new replacement hospital that houses both an Acute Care Center and a Women’s and Children’s Center. This project is one of the first OSHPD projects to use a Lean Construction delivery process and a Phased OSHPD Submittal Process to accelerate and improve the agency approval process. The team used 3-D modeling programs, with an integrated project delivery team, to fully coordinate all components and systems into the building to allow construction to take place with minimum disruption caused by constructibility issues.
This project is one of the first large hospital projects using Lean Construction Delivery with a Fully Integrated Project Delivery Team. Pankow was a Core Team member and the Structural Concrete Trade Partner on this project. The General Contractor was Herrero Boldt.