Mills Peninsula Hospital Parking

Like many California hospitals, Mills-Peninsula Hospital is replacing older facilities with new ones that meet current seismic design requirements.  With a new seismically fit hospital, the owner and design team also wanted the hospital’s parking structure to meet the same performance requirements and be immediately serviceable after a seismic event. After a comprehensive review of competing structural systems, the owner’s team chose Clark Pacific’s precast hybrid moment frame system as the best performing, most cost-effective system available to meet their requirements.

The precast hybrid moment frame has been extensively tested and represents the latest advance in seismic design:  frame elements are designed to “self right” after a seismic event.

Essential Services structures such as hospitals, government offices, police and fire stations are excellent applications for the system due to their high performance requirements and the life-saving services they provide.

Project Facts & Highlights

City: BurlingameState: CABuilding Type: Parking StructureSquare Feet: 68,279Year Completed: 2007Job Number: 6010Architect: IPD (Anshen + Allen, Executive AR)General Contractor: Turner ConstructionStructural Engineer: Culp and Tanner Structural EngineersOwner: Mills Peninsula Health Services