Degenkolb Engineers performed a seismic upgrade and renovation of the historic Architecture Hall at the University of Washington.
Project JOE included districtwide modernizations for San Juan USD. Our work was focused on the new design and modernizations at Cowan Elementary and Greer Elementary School.
Designed the 18,000 square foot stand-alone building in the center of campus
The new pediatric hospital at Stanford Health adds 521,000 sf, features two connected five-story towers on a three-story podium. Its “Z” shape allows space for gardens and provides every room a view of nature.
Phased Design-Build delivery of comprehensive campus-wide upgrade and new classroom buildings, administration, and multi-purpose at Greer Elementary.
Designed a new science classroom center on the campus of the James Rutter Middle School in Sacramento.
Designed the renovation improvements to the existing 6,000 square foot culinary arts facility along with a seismically separated 13,600 square foot addition housing new culinary instruction spaces and a full-service restaurant.
Designed a state-of-the-art performing arts center with capacity for more than 460 people.
Designed the new centralized district administrative headquarters for the Folsom-Cordova USD.
As Structural Engineer of Record, Degenkolb Engineers is part of the Hensel Phelps and SmithGroupJJR / AVRP design-build team.
Performance-based design methodologies were implemented to ensure that the structure would be able to resist a Cascadia earthquake while having sufficient capacity to resist subsequent tsunami inundation forces.
Degenkolb designed the $23 million tenant improvements to complete 74,800 square feet of a cancer treatment center.
Seismically strengthened and expanded the 42-year-old existing, original two-story reinforced concrete building, using ASCE-41.
Designed a new Executive Briefing Center, approximately 37,000 square feet with two levels plus a roof penthouse.
We worked with steel fabricator/erector, The Herrick Corporation, to provide an array of steel erection engineering services for this 800-foot mixed-use tower.
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.
The 165,000 square foot building includes 50 provider offices and a cancer treatment center.
The project achieved about $50 million escalation cost savings by using an incremental review process during design.
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.
The building features a 400-seat Hauck Auditorium and Blount Hall, a dining-multipurpose room for 400.
This new lab creates a collaborative building for interdisciplinary studies.
A gateway to the campus, Bing has a wrap-around lobby that doubles as an atrium, filled with light.
A showcase for over $500 million of modern and post-modern artwork, including works by Wayne Thiebaud, Mark Rothko, and Jackson Pollack.
The LEED Gold facility includes research laboratories and offices, analytical facilities, classrooms, and informal academic spaces.
To minimize disruption to the student occupants and symbolize the building’s modernization, innovative exterior strengthening schemes were developed and utilized.
Designed a new building of 158,000 square feet to house a crime lab for the County.
In less than 10 months, both the design and construction of the facility were complete.
The VA envisioned a new mental health and research building.
This facility was delivered as a private-public partnership (P3), a first for the VA.
The design of the Center Utility Plant allows the facility to function an additional 10 days on its own without utility resources.
The team scheduled, quantified, analyzed, and documented the design in real time, reducing waste.
The project was delivered with LEAN design practices, including extensive validation and planning phase.
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.
Degenkolb peer reviewed a one-story 32,000 square foot art museum building with an extremely complex curving geometry.
For every new building, our goal is to provide our clients with an efficient design while not compromising quality. One method we have found that fosters this is fast-track project scheduling, which reduces project schedules and saves construction cost. Through structural technologies such as sustainable and performance-based design, Degenkolb can produce a design that is more efficiently constructable while ensuring maximum seismic safety on the building.