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John Muir Health

"Over the years, I have successfully partnered with Rudolph and Sletten to produce excellent projects."

Michael Monaldo, AIA
Vice President Facilities Development and Corporate Real Estate
John Muir Health

Bakersfield Memorial Hospital

“With an innovative approach to construction, Rudolph and Sletten always seeks out the most efficient way to accomplish the job at hand.”

Bruce Peters
Vice President/COO
Bakersfield Memorial Hospital

Kaiser Santa Clara Medical Center

"Rudolph and Sletten reacted immediately to changes and helped to minimize time delays by offering positive feedback and solutions to the many obstacles we faced."

John Webb
Inspector of Record
John Webb Inspections

Letter of Recommendation

"We consider working with Rudolph and Sletten an honor because of their commitment to integrity, ethics, and knowledge of work at hand."

Thomas R. Oldfield
Sales Manager
The Herrick Corporation

Stanford University Hospital

“Rudolph & Sletten’s team has been indispensable in delivering this vastly important hospital project. They demonstrated an extreme propensity for detail and proactive planning, which translated into reliable budgeting and scheduling.”

John Gaston
Project Manager
Stanford University, Hospital & Clinics

Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center

“The coordination of all the subcontractors and systems of the building was a virtuoso performance.”

Albert Deisseroth, M.D., Ph.D.
US Food and Drug Administration
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

“Rudolph and Sletten created a clear construction schedule and work plan that provided the team a clear road map to the finish line. Rudolph and Sletten has met or exceeded their higher than industry benchmarks for quality, safety and fairness.”

Tim Fyffe
Co-owner
Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

John Muir Health

“Please congratulate the entire team for such a well executed operation, including your staff, subcontractors, suppliers, etc. I want to also thank you and Jtec for coordinating so closely with hospital operations and City staff. The impact of the concrete pour was minimal on operations and traffic flow.”

Michael Monaldo, AIA
Vice President, Facilities Development
John Muir Health

Kaiser Santa Clara Medical Center

"They are very dedicated to site safety, and provided and managed a very successful program for the entire project."

Michael Stoops
Retired, National Facilities Services Project Director
Kaiser Permanente, Santa Clara Medical Center

CHLA Facilities

“Just another example of great team work and flawless execution.”

Rod Hanners
SVP & COO
CHLA Facilities

Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center

“Through this building, your organization can be proud that the road to the cure to cancer has become ever shorter.”

Albert Deisseroth, M.D., Ph.D.
US Food and Drug Administration
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

“They have staffed the project with extremely bright and responsive individuals who are exceptional in their dealings with the Hospital, subcontractors, and inspectors.”

Rodney B. Hanners
Senior Vice President and COO
Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

Letter of Recommendation

"They possess the personnel with proven skills and experience in both hospital construction and building high performance teams; teams that create exceptional results in budget, schedule and customer satisfaction. From design through punch list, their focus is always to align the best interest of the team with the best interest of the project."

Tom Sorley
Chairman/CEO
Rosendin

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

“We are happy to report that the work completed to date is ahead of schedule and within the established budget. Rudolph and Sletten has played a significant role in this success story.”

Richard D. Cordova, FACHE
President and CEO
Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

Kaiser Santa Clara Medical Center

"I believe Rudolph and Sletten to be the most qualified general contractor for healthcare projects in the State of California."

Michael Stoops
Retired, National Facilities Services Project Director
Kaiser Permanente, Santa Clara Medical Center

Kaiser Santa Clara Medical Center

"If I ever do another OSHPD project I would want Rudolph and Sletten there to be the general contractor."

John Webb
Inspector of Record
John Webb Inspections

USC Healthcare Center II

“The thing that has impressed me the most is the speed of which it went up, coupled with the high quality of the work that went into it. It’s hard to get both of these in a project.”

Stan Westfall
Project Manager
Capital Construction Development USC Healthcare Center II

Kaiser Santa Clara Medical Center

"Rudolph and Sletten's attention to detail, quality and schedule made this 500 million dollar plus project very manageable for ma and my staff."

John Webb
Inspector of Record
John Webb Inspections

Letter of Recommendation

"Having the right personnel on site to deal with the issues as they occur; to quickly make correct decisions so as not to impede the overall task at hand, is a trademark of Rudolph and Sletten."

Thomas R. Oldfield
Sales Manager
The Herrick Corporation

Kaiser, Vacaville Medical Center

“Rudolph & Sletten consistently has provided leadership and skill in the development and construction of projects we have built together.”

Michael Wilson
Senior Principal
Stantec Architecture

John Muir Health

“Work like this doesn’t just happen and one person or one company cannot make an operation like this successful. This is great example of success through team work and planning.”

Michael Monaldo, AIA
Vice President, Facilities Development
John Muir Health

Kaiser Permanente San Leandro Medical Center


Rudolph and Sletten is constructing a new, 264-bed, 434,000-square-foot hospital for Kaiser Permanente in San Leandro, California. This “second generation” template hospital, which reflects Kaiser Permanente’s program to establish standardized, yet customizable, state-of-the-art models for design and construction of its hospitals, includes the latest technology for patient care and support.

The new acute-care medical center will include inpatient nursing functions, medical imaging/radiology, clinical labs and a blood bank, 10 operating rooms and recovery spaces, pharmacies, an emergency department, cafeteria and other building support departments. A 30,000-square-foot central utility plant will contain all of the necessary major mechanical and electrical equipment necessary to support the medical center. The campus will also provide surface parking for up to 2,100 vehicles. A number of “green” building features will also be implemented throughout the Medical Center based on the standards of the Green Guide for Healthcare.

”Rudolph and Sletten is a crucial partner on the San Leandro Medical Center project. Having completed two hospitals in the vicinity for Kaiser Permanente in the last several years, we are familiar with their processes and have adapted well to their innovative project delivery systems.”

Based on the building models provided by the Architect and Structural Engineer, 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) work is being created to reduce the potential for conflicts between building systems. This conflict reduction is especially important for hospital buildings due to the precise inspection standards for installed systems. Rudolph and Sletten and the Design/Assist and Design/Build Subcontractors are working together to identify, locate and sequence elements of the building and its utility supply systems. This process takes into account installation sequencing, manufacturer’s installation requirements, construction tolerances, and code clearance tolerances. Rudolph and Sletten is also modeling several of the building elements for integration into the model.

Rudolph and Sletten is directly managing the clash detection process using NavisWorks software, which integrates all the Architect, Structural Engineer, Design Assist and Design Build information into one comprehensive model. This Quality Control process provides three key benefits:

  • Ensures that field installation issues are reduced
  • Checks compatibility of architectural, structural and MEP design systems
  • Achieves cost efficiency with a higher rate of accuracy on offsite prefabricated utility systems

The result of this effort is a building design that has conflicts resolved and integrated into the construction documents, reducing the number of RFI’s and OSHPD Change Orders during construction. Additionally, this model will become a working document for the Facility Engineer after the work is complete.

Rudolph and Sletten’s construction scope includes the abatement of hazardous materials and the deconstruction and recycling of the previous distribution center at the construction site. Over 97% of the materials were recycled on the project, including wood pulp, structural steel, reinforcing steel, concrete and asphalt paving. All of the concrete and asphalt paving materials were crushed and stockpiled for re-use on site as fill and base rock material.

Rudolph and Sletten recently completed another template hospital for Kaiser Permanente in Vacaville, California.

Project Details

Square Footage:
740,000
Owner Name:
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc.
Architect:
Ellerbe Becket, Inc., an AECOM Company

 

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