Los Angeles County Department of Public Works
Construction Management Agency
Design-Bid-Build with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
• New 31,000 square foot/51 bed emergency room
• 30 bed tuberculosis unit
• “Make Ready” projects:
• parking expansions
• med gas upgrades
• central plant valves
• utility reroutes
• NPC 4 Upgrades to Central Plant
The County of Los Angeles constructed a $35 million Emergency Room Replacement and New Tuberculosis Unit Project at the Olive View-UCLA Medical Center in Sylmar, California. This project involved the design and construction of a new 31,000 square foot emergency room including 51 exam rooms, a radiology suite with fluoroscopy, general radiology and CT scan rooms, registration, and support areas; and an adjacent 11,000 square foot tuberculosis unit including 15 negative pressure rooms. The project also included NPC 4 Upgrades to the Central Plant.
The hospital had to remain fully operational during construction and a construction phasing plan was implemented that minimized impacts to operations at the hospital during construction.
The project was completed ahead of schedule and $1 million under budget.