Mission Hall: Global Health & Clinical Sciences Building

University of California, San Francisco

Project Details

TUTOR PERINI AFFILIATES

Rudolph and Sletten, Inc.
Design-Build Contractor
Contract Amount: $102 Million

OWNER
University of California, San Francisco

LOCATION
San Francisco, CA

ARCHITECT
WRNS Studios

SIZE
264,000 Square Feet

COMPLETION
2014

Project Description

UCSF’s vision for the 264,000-square-foot Mission Hall: Global Health & Clinical Sciences Building was to create a new hub for its growing Mission Bay campus. The building needed to consolidate dozens of departments working in leased spaces throughout San Francisco and forge a link between academic, research and medical sectors. The facility is an interdisciplinary, flexible, light-filled environment inspired by the latest thinking in workplace and academic design.

Mission Hall’s workspace design embodies the latest thinking in workplace and academic design. Offices will accommodate faculty providing clinical care in the new Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital, and Cancer Center at Mission Bay. The facility will house approximately 1500 faculty, staff, fellows, and residents in open workstations and shared activity spaces, maximizing space efficiency. Modular work spaces, hard wall huddle and focus rooms, and multiple conference rooms throughout the building accommodate the activity space needs. This project achieved LEED Gold NC.

Awards

LEED Gold

Design-Build Award of Excellence 2015 - Design-Build Institute of America

Design-Build Regional Award of Merit 2015 - DBIA Western Pacific Region

ENR Best Project - Award of Merit 2015 - ENR California

“I strongly recommend the design-build team of WRNS Studio and Rudolph and Sletten. Together they delivered the Mission Hall: Global Health & Clinical Sciences Building in the truest sense of 'design-build done right.' We, UCSF, supplied clear direction through our technical criteria documents, and this team achieved our goals with a limited budget and a very aggressive design and construction schedule.”
Michael Bade