Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

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Kaiser Permanente’s new Berkeley Medical Center, which opened in May 2021, is bringing much-needed medical resources to the city and its community. The $98-million ‘next-generation’ medical center is the first Kaiser Permanente to open in the City of Berkely. The facility was built to help increase local access to healthcare for Kaiser Permanente’s 58,000 members in Berkeley.

The new three-story, 66,000 sqft facility includes 70 exam rooms, underground parking for visitors, and an adjacent secured employee parking location which includes EV parking. The integrated of the use of previous pavers for stormwater treatment maximized the space and promoted paths of travel. The design approach focuses on engaging the surrounding neighborhood and includes retail spaces on the ground floor, 46 bicycle parking sports, and a 330-foot cultural mural completed by local artist, Desi Mundo.

K+W provided full-service civil design and surveying services to help bring Kaiser Permanente’s vision to life. K+W utilized pervious pavers to treat stormwater runoff which helps to maximize space and promotes safe paths of travel for Kaiser’s employees, members, and visitors. K+W also completed 1,000-linear-ft of offsite improvements that continue to support the utility demands of the surrounding neighborhood.

With help from the K+W team, this new Kaiser Permanente location will bring much-needed medical resources to the city of Berkely that will benefit their community for generations to come.

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Kaiser Permanente Medical Center,
Berkeley, CA

Project Categories
  • Healthcare
Highlights
  • Full-service civil engineering and surveying for a new 66,000-sq-ft Medical Center in Berkely.
  • Provided adjacent secured employee parking location which includes EV parking and pervious pavers.
  • Utilized pervious pavers to treat stormwater runoff which maximizes space and promotes safe paths of travel