William McDonough + Partners teamed with Stantec (formerly Anshen+Allen) to design the new Medical Center at Mission Bay for University of California San Francisco (UCSF).
“On Sunday, February 1, the University of California at San Francisco Medical Center officially opens an 878,000-sf, six-story complex at UCSF’s 60.2-acre Mission Bay research campus that includes three state-of-the-art hospitals with a total of 289 beds.
Ten years in the planning, the new medical center started construction in December 2010. It has approximately 300 employees and 500 physicians. About $600 million of the complex’s $1.5 billion cost was raised from private donors, including venture capitalist Ron Conway, who contributed $40 million to the complex’s 207,500-sf outpatient medical building with 180 exam rooms, which is expected to serve 1,500 outpatient visitors daily.”