Degenkolb designed the separation of the fifteen-story plus basement concrete Moffitt Hospital and the Medical Sciences Building of similar size to satisfy SB 1953 requirements.
Degenkolb was prime consultant for the SPC4D / NPC4 seismic upgrade of the 1964 steam plant, which serves Loma Linda Medical Center and Loma Linda University.
Degenkolb led a multi-disciplinary team of consultants for the seismic upgrade of this 70,000 square-foot earthquake-damaged, two-story, welded steel moment frame building.
Stanford Redwood City is the first significant expansion outside of Stanford’s main campus. Five miles away from the main campus, the new campus encompasses a 35-acre site, which will be developed in phases.
The new, five-story, 92,000 square-foot, $80 million Neuroscience Health Center offers a one-stop destination for multidisciplinary visits for neuroscience patients.
This project allowed for design outside of OSHPD standard codes, lowering costs of building systems and reducing the time inherent in the OSHPD approval process.
Made possible through a landmark gift by the Weill Family Foundation, the UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences leverages UCSF’s bench-to-bedside excellence.
Design includes a 315,000 square foot, nine-story, 169-bed acute care tower and an 80,000 square foot satellite building with a 175-space underground parking garage.
As award-winning structural engineers for technically complex, state-of-the-art facilities, we have more than 25 project managers experienced in the complex demands and evolving technologies driving health care facilities and design today. Degenkolb has designed healthcare structures using moment frames (including ConXtech), braced frames, concrete tilt-ups, modular lightweight steel, and almost everything in between including hybrid systems. We drive for appropriate creative and innovative solutions that benefit the client