Sutter Roseville Emergency Department Expansion
State-of-the-Art Emergency Department Delivered Early
The Emergency Department Critical Care Expansion for Sutter Roseville Medical Center provides additional emergency and critical care patient services in fast-growing Placer County, California.
With speed-to-market critical to project success, the multidisciplinary design and construction team utilized Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). IPD is a collaborative project delivery process between contractor, architect, and owner from an on-site Co-Location trailer to reduce construction costs and schedule.
Significantly, as the project neared final construction stage, the team accelerated completion by an additional month to meet potential COVID-19 patient surge as California declared shelter-at-home guidelines. The project success—and final sprint to the finish line—allowed the Emergency Department to open ahead of schedule.
Completed in April 2020, the 98,400 square-foot expansion includes 35 additional emergency beds (increasing total to 69 beds); seven triage rooms; 36 additional intensive care beds (24 at construction, 12 shelled for future); three catheterization labs (plus one available for future growth); and four operating/procedure rooms shelled for future use.
Architecturally, the Emergency Department occupies a tight site between two existing medical buildings, aesthetically compatible with campus design guidelines. An entrance canopy and vaulted glass atrium enhance campus visibility to distinguish the Emergency Department from the main hospital entrance. Inside, natural light, nature-inspired graphics, and clear signage promote better wayfinding—ultimately providing an important new medical building for the community.Portfolio