UCSF Women’s Primary Care Imaging Clinic At Montgomery Street

Client: UCSF

Size: 7,258 sq. ft.

Cost: $1,956,470

Completion: November 2014

Delivery Method: Design-Assist

Location: San Francisco, CA

Service: Schematic design validation with OSHPD 3 requirements, Design Development, Construction Documents, Interior Design Services, Construction Phase Services

Principal-in-Charge: John Flath

Senior Project Manager: DeAnn Splinter

Project Coordinator: Eric Tien

Design Technician: Jinnelle Fong

General Contractor: Cameron Builders Inc.

Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: Mazzetti

Structural Engineer: Buehler


The new Women’s Imaging & Primary Care Clinic on Montgomery Street is a freestanding neighborhood primary care clinic (OSHPD 3) providing OB/GYN and Imaging Services (mammography, ultrasound and bone densitometry) to the Waterfront District community. The project is located in a historic building featuring seismically reinforced masonry exterior walls. The design incorporates the use of existing brick walls as a major interior theme and maximizes the use of daylight throughout the space to achieve a unique and calming atmosphere for the clinical services provided therein.

The project scope included two mammography rooms, two ultrasound rooms with shell space for a third and beautiful private patient changing room. Technology included PAC’s systems and Apex medical records. The primary care suite includes ten exam rooms with shared space for the waiting and reception with diagnostic imaging.

The project was delivered design assist with a total project duration of 10 months start to finish all occurring within 2014.

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