MOB Job Site Walk

Linda Conley recently walked the job site with the Kaiser PM and the Pankow team. PDA is proud to bring you this update on our latest collaboration with HKS Architects!

The construction for the Kaiser Cerritos MOB began in June of 2013 and is progressing quickly towards completion in March 2014. The existing two-story building is being completely renovated to house the departments for Outpatient Imaging,  Womens’s OB/GYN Clinic, Blood Draw/Lab facilities, Primary Care andPediatric Clinic. Pankow Contractors are currently installing the finishes for the floors, walls, lighting and casework. 

Stay tuned for future updates!

Kaiser Anaheim Hospital Grand Opening

On Friday, August 24, 2012, Kaiser Permanente invited its colleagues and distinguished guests to attend the VIP Grand Opening of the new Anaheim Medical Center and the Kraemer Medical Office Building 2. Among the attendees were members of our own team – Christine, Monica and Angie who worked so diligently on this project. During the ceremony, various speakers addressed Kaiser’s contribution to the community and healthy environment with the new medical center. After a catered sit-down lunch, everyone was given a generous gift basket filled with gardening tools and seeds as well as a tour of the new facilities. Congratulations to our team for contributing to such a successful project!

Finishing Touches

Installed at Kaiser Anaheim replacement hospital with selections by J.D. Thompson & Associates, these beautiful pieces showcase the art consultant’s collaboration with the team to create a serene and healing environment for its patients, staff and visitors. Based in San Diego, California, Ms. Thompson has also worked with our designers on the brand-new UC Irvine Douglas Hospital and has provided her services for many other projects in southern California.

Kaiser Permenante Anaheim Medical Center – Work in Progress

With a targeted completion date of Spring 2012, the new 7-story 400,000+ sf hospital at Kaiser Permanente Orange County Anaheim Medical Center will consist of 262 beds with a Diagnostics and Treatment portion, as well as integrated nursing towers to offer acute-care and emergency services. With a healing garden on the medical campus and an exterior courtyard between the two patient towers, the interiors scheme was based upon the concept of “bringing the exterior indoors” to create a complete healing environment. Bright splashes of color and the use of natural (Kirei) or natural-looking materials (wood laminates, porcelain tile at main spine, “wood” plank floors, etc.) help to orient the patients and visitors of their locations in the space as well as provide a fresh palette to the new hospital.