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Henry Mayo Patient Tower Tour
March 15 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm PDT$25 – $35
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Patient Tower Tour
Learning Units: 1.5 Health|Safety|Welfare
To serve a growing population, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital selected Bernards-HMC Archtects to design and build a new six-story, 163,000 SF, 120-bed Patient Tower on its existing 238-bed Level II Trauma Center hospital in Santa Clarita. The tower features a dedicated Maternity Floor with seven LDRs, 22 Post-Partum/Anti-Partum rooms, and two C-section ORs; and three med-surg floors with unobstructed views from all patient rooms.
In addition to the rooftop helipad with direct ER access, there is a dedicated materials management and loading/receiving dock, free-standing indoor/outdoor central plant, and new entry lobby on the ground floor. The basement-level kitchen/servery/dining area, which opens on to the sunken exterior garden space, will serve as the social and dining hub of the campus for patients, families, and staff. Strategically inserting the tower between three existing buildings connects them functionally and fuses their exteriors into a cohesive campus aesthetic.
Architect: HMC Architects
General Contractor: Bernards
Structural: Saiful Bouquet
MEP: M-E Engineers
Interior framing and walls: Sharpe Interior Systems
Tour Led By:
- Kirk Rose, AIA, DBIA – Principal & Healthcare Chief Practice Officer, HMC Architects
- David Edwards, AIA – Senior Construction Administrator, HMC Architects
- George Vangelatos, AIA – Principal & Chief Design Officer, HMC Architects
- Mike Funderberg, LEED AP – Healthcare Executive Director, Bernards
- Ryan Tauro, CHC, CHST, QSP, LEED AP BD+C – Project Manager, Bernards
- Produce a great patient and staff experience through sensitive interior planning and design.
- Implement planning and design strategies to integrate new buildings into a dense, logistically-challenged existing healthcare campus
- Use innovative processes and collaborative management methods to streamline OSHPD approvals and design-build delivery
- Apply tactical phasing and logistics to optimize materials flow and minimize operations impacts during construction
Mike Funderberg, LEED AP – Healthcare Executive Director, Bernards
Mike Funderberg leads the pursuit and management of healthcare projects for Bernards. With a thorough understanding of OSHPD procedures and two decades of experience, he is aptly suited to guide all processes and responsibilities in this specialized market sector. Mike holds a BS degree in Construction Management from Boise State University and is a LEED® Accredited Professional. He is an Associate Constructor with the American Institute of Contractors and a member of the General Contractors Construction Leadership Council.
Ryan Tauro, CHC, CHST, QSP, LEED AP BD+C – Project Manager, Bernards
Ryan Tauro manages Bernards’ healthcare projects with a practical yet thorough and level-headed manner. He collaborates with owner’s reps, inspectors, and architects to produce positive outcomes of complex technical situations and streamline inspection and licensing procedures. Ryan holds a BS degree in Construction Management from California State University, Fresno. He is a Certified Healthcare Constructor, Construction Health Safety Technician, and LEED Accredited Professional.
Kirk Rose, AIA, DBIA – Principal & Healthcare Chief Practice Officer, HMC Architects
Kirk Rose is a proven leader with $2 billion in complex public healthcare and academic projects under his belt and $400 million in design-build projects. For three decades, he has led design teams in the delivery of award-winning architecture, winning accolades from the Design-Build Institute of America, Modern Healthcare, Contract, Themed Entertainment Association, the AIA, Los Angeles Business Council, and the Los Angeles Business Journal. Kirk earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
George Vangelatos, AIA – Principal & Chief Design Officer, HMC Architects
HMC’s Chief Design Officer and Healthcare Design Principal, George Vangelatos is recognized for his knowledge of medical planning, designing complex healthcare projects, and Lean and Integrated Project Delivery experience. He is an award-winning architect with national and international experience and has developed expertise in the application of Lean strategies, decision-making processes, and performance-based design. George earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and graduate work Ecoles D’art Americans DeFontaineblau from Institutions Internationales D’enseignement, France.
David Edwards, AIA – Senior Construction Administrator, HMC Architects
David Edwards brings 17 years of experience working on healthcare, commercial, and multi-family residential projects. A licensed architect, he specializes in construction administration services and is experienced in systems administration and information technology. Recent healthcare projects include the new acute care South Tower at Little Company of Mary Hospital; design-build construction administration services on the new tower, lobby concourse and loading dock at White Memorial Medical Center, surgery/emergency replacement at Harbor UCLA Medical Center, and Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, Cumming Corporation, and SHP Project Management