Kaiser Permanente, Berkeley

About This Project

Size: 66,000 sf

Cost: $98,000,000

Architect: Gould Evans (core and shell), KMD (TI)

Contractor: XL Construction

About the Project

2621 Tenth Street Core and Shell project consisted of a raw land development that had an on grade parking lot and a 66,000 SF 3-Story building in Berkeley. The building has a very unique design. The City of Berkeley also required an additional traffic light and the demolition of (5) structures in a nearby lot to be replaced with additional parking.

The project was originally owned by Wareham Development. A few months after construction started, the project was sold to Kaiser Permanente. All of the contracts were shifted over to Kaiser Permanente and we began managing the TI Design, coordination with the Core and shell, and TI Construction.

Nova Partners’ Role

Nova Partners was hired as the construction project manager and was responsible for complete construction management, including preconstruction services, city and AHJ relationships, coordination of the bidding process, and managing the project schedule and budget to a successful completion.

 

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Healthcare