Design-Build Makes Patient Tower a Simple Success
When
Where
April 18, 2018, 4:30PM-6:30PM
HMC Architects | 633 W. Fifth St. - 3rd Floor | Los Angeles, CA 90071
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The AIA|LA Architecture in Healthcare Committee presents:
Design-Build Makes Patient Tower a Simple Success

When:
Wendesday, April 18, 2018 | 4:30PM-6:30PM
Where: HMC Architects | 633 W. Fifth St. - 3rd Floor | Los Angeles, CA 90071
Tickets: Free for AIA Members | $15 for Non-Members 1.5 HSW Learning Units!

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The 150-bed Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Patient Tower is a successful design-build collaboration which rigorously employed simple best-practices to successfully win, design, permit and construct the project. HMC and Bernards will describe their processes in detail, and show how the elements came together, and can be replicated in future projects.

Presentation Learning Objectives:
To make a California Design-Build hospital successful by:
• Writing a Design-Build RFP which serves the Owner and attracts bidders
• Structure a team which wins a competition by competitive advantage
• Organize subcontracts, OSHPD permits and team members to successfully design and permit
• Execute during the construction phase building on time, within budget while maintaining high quality standards.

Presenters:



Kirk Rose, AIA, DBIA - Healthcare Practice Leader, HMC Architects

Kirk has 34 years experience leading design of large public buildings and complex master plans, including over $400 million in Design-Build. Kirk has innovated contractor-integrated architectural design processes and tools in all contractual structures, consistently achieving high quality results, cost effectively, in less time.



Mike Funderberg
- Executive Director, Healthcare, Bernards

Mike leads the Healthcare Center of Excellence within Bernards (a diversified Los Angeles based Design-Builder and General Contractor) and has been an active leader in California Healthcare construction for over 13 years, having led teams completing over $600 million in complex, difficult OSHPD projects. Mike has pioneered innovative strategies to manage owner, designer and subcontractor teams to achieve highly effective synergies while always delivering positive project outcomes.