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UCSF Ambulatory Care Center
FSC®/LEED

Location

San Francisco, CA

Project Value

$400,000 project

General Contractor

Dome Construction

Architect

Taylor Architects

Year Completed

2016

The 5th floor of UCSF's Ambulatory Care Center was recently reconstructed to combine 11 cardiovascular programs previously spread apart. Now, UCSF's state-of-the-art, personalized patient care is centrally located in a comfortable environment.

The entrance to the medical center comes alive by the warm tones of Black Walnut planking paired with natural light from scenic window views. For privacy in such a spacious waiting room, the counter desks are separated by sparkling acrylic panels. The reception counter top is topped with a lustrous Quartz that adds a bright greeting before and after appointments. For a homey touch, Mission Bell provided wainscots that run along the hallways, as well as in the device, exam, vitals, vascular, and testing rooms.

As one of the country's top medical institutions, their facility's comfort level now matches their top-of-the-line abilities. After all, even hospitals need their own TLC every once in a while.

(License code FSC-C003580)


Additional Millwork:
  • Exam room cabinetry
  • Vitals room cabinetry
  • Device room cabinetry
  • Echo vascular room cabinetry
  • Testing room cabinetry
  • Supply room cabinetry
  • Restroom cabinetry
  • Door jamb panels
  • Casework and doors at electrical panels
  • Black Walnut wall planking
  • Break room cabinetry
  • Work room cabinetry
  • Mirror backing
  • Reception desk with Quartz countertop
  • Device, exam, vitals vascular and testing room wainscot
  • Hallway wainscot
  • Solid surface splashes