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Harbor UCLA Medical Center – Outpatient Tower

Torrance, CA We were commissioned by the County of Los Angeles to design, plan, replace and consolidate major outdated components of the Harbor UCLA teaching hospital; a 77 acre campus, which currently houses outdated buildings; some are nearly 100 years old. In order to provide a state of the art facility for a underserved community,…

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The Cathedral

The building form is inspired by the traditional Bishop’s headpiece, the mitre. The structure is clad in a double-wall; the exterior skin is made of parametrically modeled perforated stainless steel; the pattern is inspired by the lace cloth worn by the women to cover their head or mantilla. The inner wall is multi-colored glass, resulting…

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Antelope Valley Hospital

Antelope Valley Hospital – Replacement Hospital Antelope Valley Hospital is a non profit public entity, providing community based healthcare services to residents in the Antelope Valley. In order to comply with California’s latest seismic requirements, the addition of new beds, expansion of the Emergency Department, and the addition of other diagnostic and treatment services were…

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Hoag Memorial Hospital

Newport Beach, CA This renovation and expansion increased the capacity of the emergency department and upgraded the hospital’s imaging technology to meet the needs of a rapidly growing community. The 50,000 SF project included the expansion in-place, of the emergency care unit from 34 to 52 private exam rooms, as well as extensive site work…

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Harbor UCLA Medical Center – Master Plan

Torrance, CA In February 2017, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works (DPW) selected RBB Architects Inc. (RBB) as the Campus Architect for the Harbor UCLA Master Plan Implementation. RBB proposed a large multi-disciplinary Consultant Team to accomplish the goals set out by DPW for the project. DPW / RBB established an overall strategy…

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Mercy Merced Medical Center

Merced, CA RBB was commissioned by Dignity Health to provide a master plan, design and construction services for a 267,000 square foot replacement hospital. The 196-bed facility more than doubled patient capacity and offered services not previously available in Merced, including trauma care and invasive cardiovascular surgery and neurosurgery. Lean planning and design strategies resulted…

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Mercy San Juan Medical Center

Carmichael, CA Answering the community need for additional beds, Dignity Health commissioned RBB to design a new patient tower. The constricted site required careful master planning, which resulted in the demolition of existing structures in order to accommodate the new inpatient tower. The 106-bed tower included 146,000 SF of new construction and 44,000 SF of…

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PIH Health Hospital

Whittier, CA PIH Health Hospital, a 550-bed community medical facility, has evolved as a result of a 25-year master plan developed by RBB Architects. Over the span of the master plan build-out, RBB planned and designed three patient towers. The campus site, which was constrained by surrounding development, required careful planning and phasing in order…

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Orthopaedic Institute for Children -Ambulatory Surgery Center

Los Angeles, CA The goal of the project was to convert the basement of the existing OIC building into a warm and inviting ambulatory surgery center. Full height, butt-jointed glass in the waiting room makes way-finding easy for visitors as they exit the elevators. The continuation of pattern, materials, and lines from one room to…

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Miller Children’s Hospital PICU

Long Beach, CA The 4-phased 30-bed renovation of an existing pediatric intensive care unit encompasses 30,000 SF located on 4 wings on the 3rd floor of Miller Children’s Hospital. The fully occupied renovation was designed to accommodate the unique requirements of children and their families. The project was delivered ahead of schedule and under budget.