Role: As the electrical engineer (EEOR) for the new Stanford Hospital, instrumental in the design and construction of the normal and emergency power systems.*
During the design worked closely with the project and facility teams to ensure this innovative “super hospital” met its leading-edge resiliency, sustainability, and patient experience goals.
|Size||824,000 SF, $850M|
|Features||28 state-of-the-art operating rooms, base-isolated building, SPC-5, 90% programmable LED lighting|
|Project Team||McCarthy & Clark Construction, Rafael Vinoly Architects, Perkins Eastman, Sasco, Mazzetti, Pan Pacific|
*Was involved on the project while employed as Principal by Mazzetti