Sutter Medical Center (Castro Valley)
Sutter Medical Center (Castro Valley) was the first in the industry to use an 11-party integrated project delivery contract (in which the owner and 10 participants are contractually required to collaborate). The 130-bed, 230,000-sq.-ft. acute care hospital was delivered ahead of schedule and at the $320 million set target cost. The new center includes all private rooms within the hospital, a Level 2 Trauma Emergency Department, diagnostic imaging, interventional services, intensive care and women's services. Olson Steel was responsible for handling specific structural steel requirements, moment frames, elevator divider beams, guardrail support steal, mechanical roof screen steel, and angle bracing on all floors.