Location of Project
Lynwood, California

Square Footage
350,000 square feet

Cost
$85 million

The final analysis for the St. Francis, Lynwood, Master Plan concluded that the entire physical plant should be incrementally phased out and replaced.

Replacement Strategy:

  • Identified available land for the development of a separate structure concept with no disruption of services
  • Identified the most appropriate location of the circulation spine and axis for future growth.
  • Identified different zones of activities on the site and carefully related it to the spine, avoiding growth conflict.
  • Site circulation is clear and orderly, conducive to future incremental and multidirectional growth.

The proposed planning approach allowed for continuous incremental expansion and replacement with no disruption of service. The criteria used in evaluating the solution was as follows:

  • Building Relationships
  • Minimal Disruption of Service
  • Plan Flexibility for Change and Growth
  • Clarity of Circulation for Visitors, Patients, Staff and Materials
  • Parking Needs
  • Incremental Affordability
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Location of Project
Lynwood, California

Square Footage
350,000 square feet

Cost
$85 million

The final analysis for the St. Francis, Lynwood, Master Plan concluded that the entire physical plant should be incrementally phased out and replaced.

Replacement Strategy:

  • Identified available land for the development of a separate structure concept with no disruption of services
  • Identified the most appropriate location of the circulation spine and axis for future growth.
  • Identified different zones of activities on the site and carefully related it to the spine, avoiding growth conflict.
  • Site circulation is clear and orderly, conducive to future incremental and multidirectional growth.

The proposed planning approach allowed for continuous incremental expansion and replacement with no disruption of service. The criteria used in evaluating the solution was as follows:

  • Building Relationships
  • Minimal Disruption of Service
  • Plan Flexibility for Change and Growth
  • Clarity of Circulation for Visitors, Patients, Staff and Materials
  • Parking Needs
  • Incremental Affordability
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