Kaiser Sunset / LAMC Hospital
In coordination with the DJM Architects, Mollenhauer provided the grading plans, utility plans, horizontal and vertical control for this project.
Mollenhauer developed site master plans for this facility, including a site grading plan, a site drainage plan and a site sewer and water plan. In addition, Mollenhauer acted as the civil engineering and surveying and mapping consultant for the project. On-site civil improvements consisted of curb and gutter, paving, storm drains detention basins, and sewer and water facilities.
Mollenhauer provided all civil engineering for this project in cooperation with the architect, general contractor, subcontractors and public utility agencies.
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
An all-encompassing center that combines progressive technology with patient education and comfort, the Sue and Bill Gross Women’s Pavilion is a seven-story, 320,000-square-foot facility that will add 80 beds and provide expanded clinical space.
The Women’s Pavilion serves as the new main entrance for the hospital and will house more than 15 new and existing services, including Women’s Health Services, Ambulatory Procedure Services, Laboratory Services, Patient Registration, Patient Education and a Hospitality Center. The building meets new state guidelines that ensure Hoag will not only remain intact after a seismic event, but will also be functional for the provision of acute care medical services after an earthquake.
Mollenhauer is providing all construction surveying services on this project.
L.A. County USC Medical Center
At 1.5 million square feet and a total cost of $820.6 million ($619 million in construction costs), the Los Angeles County and USC Medical Center is scheduled for completion in the fall of 2006. The new facility includes a seven-story specialty outpatient clinic building, an eight-story, 600-bed inpatient tower, a five-story diagnostic and treatment facility, and a central energy plant. Site preparation included demolition of six existing buildings, utility relocations, hazardous materials removal and occupant relocation.
Mollenhauer provided all construction surveying services for the prime contractor for this project, McCarthy, Clark and Hunt (MCH).