UCSF WAYNE AND GLADYS VALLEY CENTER FOR VISION

San Francisco's Visionary Neuroscience Research Center for UCSF

KEY STATISTICS

Location:

San Francisco, CA

Client:

University of California, San Francisco

Scale:

347,500 square feet

12 levels above grade

1

LEED Certification:

Gold

Specialties:

Delivery Model:

Integrated Design-Build

Architect:

SmithGroupJJR (note: all one word)

UCSF Wayne and Gladys Valley Center for Vision on Block 33 located in San Francisco, CA is a ground-up, Type I concrete mixed-use project. The project includes a 12-level tower, a five-level south wing, and a three-level north wing with a rooftop garden. Surface parking totals 75,000 square feet and 200 stalls. The tower houses academic desktop research and administrative space in an open-plan design. Programs in the Proctor Foundation and Ophthalmology Department combine in Building 33 to comprise a new Center for Vision Neurosciences, where clinics and teaching laboratories are located in the south wing. The north wing houses centralized meeting space, including a three-story conference facility.

The OSHPD Level 3 project provides a home for scientific initiatives that require desktop space near other UCSF research programs, therefore is located directly across from UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay – these include the Institute for Computational Health Sciences, the CERSI/Drug Development Efficacy Research, the Genomic Medicine Initiative Core and the Bio-banking Core.

Webcor self-performed building specialties, carpentry, concrete, and drywall.

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