Kaiser O’Farrell Street Relocation

Multiple departments on the move in San Francisco

As our first projects under Kaiser Permanente’s Preferred Provider Program, Noll & Tam worked on decanting Kaiser clinics and staff from 2200 O’Farrell Street in San Francisco, which was scheduled for demolition. Through interviews with the stakeholder groups, Noll & Tam gathered the requests and requirements of each department and subsequently presented a variety of options for consideration. Each option included an adherence to Kaiser design standards and design templates. The final program included redesign of space in three nearby buildings to accommodate executive offices for The Permanente Medical Group, office space for Outpatient Medical Records administrative department, a pediatric clinic with a variety of exam and treatment rooms and offices, a cardiology clinic, and renovations to lobbies, corridors and other support spaces.

Details and Team

Project Details

4131 Geary Blvd
2,800 SF

SIZE

$875,000

CONSTRUCTION BUDGET

COMPLETED

STATUS

2238 Geary Blvd
30,000 SF

SIZE

$3M

CONSTRUCTION COST

COMPLETED

STATUS

350 St. Joseph’s Ave
7,000 SF

SIZE

$1.3M

CONSTRUCTION BUDGET

COMPLETED

STATUS
Team

Estructure

Structural

Gayner Engineers

Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing
Team

Estructure

Structural

Gayner Engineers

Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing
Project Details

4131 Geary Blvd
2,800 SF

SIZE

$875,000

CONSTRUCTION BUDGET

COMPLETED

STATUS

2238 Geary Blvd
30,000 SF

SIZE

$3M

CONSTRUCTION COST

COMPLETED

STATUS

350 St. Joseph’s Ave
7,000 SF

SIZE

$1.3M

CONSTRUCTION BUDGET

COMPLETED

STATUS

As our first projects under Kaiser Permanente’s Preferred Provider Program, Noll & Tam worked on decanting Kaiser clinics and staff from 2200 O’Farrell Street in San Francisco, which was scheduled for demolition. Through interviews with the stakeholder groups, Noll & Tam gathered the requests and requirements of each department and subsequently presented a variety of options for consideration. Each option included an adherence to Kaiser design standards and design templates. The final program included redesign of space in three nearby buildings to accommodate executive offices for The Permanente Medical Group, office space for Outpatient Medical Records administrative department, a pediatric clinic with a variety of exam and treatment rooms and offices, a cardiology clinic, and renovations to lobbies, corridors and other support spaces.