Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center New Patient
Wing & Main Entry Building
- Services Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering
- Market(s) Healthcare
255,150Square Feet of New Construction
96,750Square Feet of Renovated Space
$608MEstimated Construction Cost
- Owner Providence Health
Perkins + Will
- Contractor McCarthy Building Companies
Syska Hennessy Group
Pamela Burton & Company
- Team Los Angeles, CA
The Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center Reimagined project seeks to transform the existing hospital campus through a number of projects. These projects include multiple site make-ready projects, a temporary shoring and underpinning project, new entry canopy project, a newly remodeled NICU, a new 22,400-gsf Main Entry Building, and a new 189,000-gsf 5-story Patient Tower. Both the new patient tower and new entry building are steel framed structures with composite concrete over metal deck floor and roof slabs. The lateral force resisting system for both structures are special moment frames utilizing the SidePlate Moment Frame connections. The new patient tower is supported on conventional spread and continuous footings, and the new entry building is supported on pile foundations.
Additional Services Provided:
- Building Design
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