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Owner:

Sutter Health

Architect:

Ewing-Cole Architects
Boulder Associates (Radiation Oncology only)

Boldt Role:

Integrated Lean Project Delivery® (ILPD)
Partner Construction Manager

Key Points:

An Integrated Lean Project Delivery methodology, along with BIM (Building Information Modeling) and Lean Construction, was used on this project.

The project was delivered with a cost plus IFOA (Integrated Form of Agreement).


Sutter Health

Women's and Children's Center

Sacramento, CA

To meet the growing health care needs on the Sacramento area, Sutter combined all the acute care services for women and children into a single state-of-the-art facility. This project is part of a multi-building campus renovation and new facilities program.

The new eight-story, 395,241 sq. ft., 214-bed, Anderson Lucchetti Women’s and Children’s Center (WCC) is designed to be one of the leading pediatric and women’s health centers in northern California. This facility provides patients and their families with the highest level of care and includes:

  • LDRP birthing center
  • Neonatal and pediatric intensive care services
  • Pediatric cardiac care
  • Pediatric neurosurgery services
  • Pediatric cancer services
  • High-risk and conventional maternity services
  • Conventional maternity services will be integrate into the “healing arts”
  • A Helistop is a top of an adjacent building

The Anderson Lucchetti Center is also seamlessly connected by a unique, three-story spanning structure across L Street that houses clinical space and provides direct access to the adjacent Sutter General Hospital.

This project meets the state’s earthquake exacting seismic regulations.