Kaiser Redwood City Labor & Delivery Expansion

Making Space for Patients and Providers

As part of our ongoing work with Kaiser Permanente, Noll & Tam designed an expansion of the Labor and Delivery department at the new Redwood City Medical Center. We created four additional LDRP rooms by reconfiguring and relocating hospital support spaces along the south corridor, to meet increased demand in this service area. Located on the fourth floor, the project required careful phasing and thoughtful construction techniques to limit disruption to hospital operations. The reconfigured floor opened with the new LDRP rooms, new on-call rooms, new staff restrooms/lockers, a lactation room for employee use, and hospital-based specialist offices.

Details and Team

Project Details

Redwood City, CA

LOCATION

4,500 SF

SIZE

$6.7M

Construction Cost

COMPLETED

STATUS
Team

ESTRUCTURE, INC.

STRUCTURAL

AFFILIATED ENGINEERS

MECHANICAL/PLUMBING

SILVERMAN & LIGHT, INC.

ELECTRICAL

GNU GROUP

SIGNAGE

GUIDEPOST SOLUTIONS LLC

SECURITY

KYLE JEFFERS PHOTOGRAPHY

PHOTOGRAPHER
Team

ESTRUCTURE, INC.

STRUCTURAL

AFFILIATED ENGINEERS

MECHANICAL/PLUMBING

SILVERMAN & LIGHT, INC.

ELECTRICAL

GNU GROUP

SIGNAGE

GUIDEPOST SOLUTIONS LLC

SECURITY

KYLE JEFFERS PHOTOGRAPHY

PHOTOGRAPHER
Project Details

Redwood City, CA

LOCATION

4,500 SF

SIZE

$6.7M

Construction Cost

COMPLETED

STATUS

As part of our ongoing work with Kaiser Permanente, Noll & Tam designed an expansion of the Labor and Delivery department at the new Redwood City Medical Center. We created four additional LDRP rooms by reconfiguring and relocating hospital support spaces along the south corridor, to meet increased demand in this service area. Located on the fourth floor, the project required careful phasing and thoughtful construction techniques to limit disruption to hospital operations. The reconfigured floor opened with the new LDRP rooms, new on-call rooms, new staff restrooms/lockers, a lactation room for employee use, and hospital-based specialist offices.