Healthcare Committee presents Creating a Community Magnet: Kaiser Permanente Irwindale Specialty Medical Office Building
When
Where
November 15, 4:30-6:30PM
CO Architects Office
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AIA|LA Healthcare Committee presents
Creating a Community Magnet: Kaiser Permanente Irwindale Specialty Medical Office Building

When: Wednesday – November 15, 2017 4:30pm - 6:30pm 
Where: CO Architects Office 
5055 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 900 Los Angeles, CA 90036
Attendance limited to 50 people - RSVP below!

Kaiser Permanente’s Irwindale Specialty MOB serves the community through KP’s new approach to outpatient care - Reimagining Ambulatory Care Design, or RAD. RAD focuses on a welcoming and streamlined member experience, environments that foster healthcare team collaboration, and the latest technology framed in a retail setting. At the heart of the design is a large, protected Public Square, designed to draw the community in to learn about health and self-care. Located above one of Irwindale’s quarries, the KP Irwindale SMOB serves as an outpatient center to the Baldwin Park Medical Center. This project used an AC team delivery method to ensure design and sustainability features were retained within budget and on schedule.

PRESENTATION LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Recognize design strategies that create a welcoming environment, which responds to and draws in the neighboring community. 
• Understand Kaiser Permanente’s new model – Reimagining Ambulatory care Design, or RAD. 
• Grasp the technical and procedural innovations used to increase construction and delivery efficiencies. 
• Understand the strategies used create a site-specific building tailored to the needs of its customers and the surrounding environment.

Presenters:
K.R. (Jaggu) Jagannath 
Project Director 
National Facilities Services – Capital Projects Group 
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc.

As a Project Director with National Facilities Services, Jaggu Jagannath is responsible for managing projects from programming and design/engineering through construction for Kaiser Permanente projects in Southern California.
Jaggu’s projects for Kaiser include multiple Medical Office Buildings; the medical centers at Irvine and Anaheim; the Radiation Oncology Center in Anaheim; the Irwindale Specialty MOB & Parking Structure, and the Kaiser School of Medicine, both presently under construction.
Jaggu has a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Madras.

Tighe Lanning 
Project Coordinator 
CO Architects

Tighe Lanning has been with CO Architects since 2015. Before joining, he worked at Architecture 2030 providing research and development for several national and international initiatives. He is driven by a desire to design efficient, bespoke buildings that harmoniously blend science with design. Tighe holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design, and a Master of Building Science from the University of Southern California.

Benjamin Bye 
Project Designer 
CO Architects

Benjamin Bye enjoys the highly collaborative team environment at CO Architects that makes complex building programs come to life. Since joining the firm in 2014, he has served as a designer for a range of projects in Healthcare, Science and Technology, and Medical Education. Prior to joining CO, Benjamin worked most recently in London, aiding in the design and detailing of a structural glass façade for the renovation of a historic mixed-use high-rise project. He has also undertaken sponsored study of massive timber construction, visiting production plants, timber mills, construction sites and contemporary timber buildings in both Austria and the United Kingdom.

Gina Chang, AIA, EDAC 
Project Architect 
CO Architects

CO Architects Associate Principal Gina Chang, AIA, EDAC, is a project manager, healthcare architect, and medical planner who has successfully led large teams through ambitious design and construction projects. With more than 15 years of experience, she understands the complex nature of healthcare facilities and considers each project as an opportunity to create an environment for greater healing and wellness.

PARKING INSTRUCTIONS AND COST

The visitor entrance to parking garage is off of Citrus Avenue. 
Turn north on Citrus Ave from Wilshire Blvd, and turn left into parking kiosk. 
Pull a ticket from the kiosk and proceed to visitor parking on the first floor of the parking garage. 
Enter the building through the ground floor garage entrance and proceed to the 9th floor.

The hourly rate is $2.50/hour (cash only) if you wish to park in the building.

Street parking available on adjacent streets.

Special thanks to Kaiser Permanente, and to CO Architects for hosting this event in their office.



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