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Project Brochure

Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. Healthcare and Medical experience

Prepared: February 6, 2013

Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. 363 5th Avenue, Suite 202 San Diego, California 92101 T. 619.233.1023 F. 619.233.0016 www.rntarchitects.com


Table of Contents

Los Angeles Harbor College Health Clinic

Table of Contents 1. Cover Letter........................................................................................ Page 1 2. Healthcare Project Information......................................................... Page 3 3. Resumes.............................................................................................. Page 9 4. Design-Build Projects.......................................................................Page 13 5. References.........................................................................................Page 14

San Diego 363 5th Avenue, Suite 202, San Diego, California 92101 T. 619.233.1023 F. 619.233.0016 Ventura 285 North Ventura Avenue, Suite 102, Ventura, California 93001 T. 805.626.5330 F. 805.626.5350 San Francisco 165 Tenth Street, Suite 100, San Francisco, California 94103 T. 415.346.4040 F. 415.346.4103 ROESLING NAKAMURA TERADA ARCHITECTS


1. Cover Letter

Ralph Roesling

February 6, 2013

Kotaro Nakamura Mun Ying Kung Chikako Terada Joe Mansfield Lisa Gelfand

Pat Nemeth Vice President, Facilities Management & Development

Sharp Healthcare 8520 Tech Way San Diego, California 92123 Subject: Letter of Introduction for Healthcare Architectural Design Services Dear Ms. Nemeth: Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. (RNT) is pleased to provide you with this summary of our healthcare design qualifications. Our firm began pursuing health related projects 32 years ago with the intent of creating healing environments to serve our San Diego community. Similar to Sharp’s commitment to excellence and care, RNT’s design philosophy is to create functional, positive and healing medical environments for patients, family members and staff. Additionally, RNT shares Sharp’s goals of optimizing efficiency and excellence through Design-Build delivery. RNT has successfully completed more than a dozen Design-Build projects. We believe that this delivery method allows us to provide increased value to our clients through better budget management and quality control, enhanced communication and faster project completion, without sacrificing design excellence. One of our Principals, Joe Mansfield, recently joined the San Diego chapter of DBIA to promote this delivery method. RNT also has strong relationships with many contractors currently working for Sharp. Our firm has successfully worked with public, private and government agencies on healthcare projects, from remodels to new construction. For more details on RNT’s medical and clinic projects, please refer to Section 2, Healthcare Project Information. RNT’s design strengths include: •

Extensive Design-Build Experience on Successful Projects: Our design team has recent experience managing design-build projects (please see Section 4, Design-Build Projects).

Range of Project Size: The scope of our healthcare projects vary from small-scale door replacement to complete remodel of an MOB (Bachman Building at UCSD Medical Center).

Master Planning: RNT has completed more than a dozen master planning projects that involved working with a variety of user groups. Our community’s medical centers often require such exercises to allow for planned growth and maximized efficiency.

Feasibility Studies: RNT has completed more than a dozen feasibility and development studies that involved analyzing existing facilities for future modification and improvement. These studies form the basis of most design and construction work performed in hospitals today.

Thrive in Challenging Conditions: In our industry we find that healthcare remodels and additions are some of the most challenging projects – due to the nature of the services provided and the inherent complexity of the processes, systems and equipment involved, as well as the regulatory environment. 1

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1. Cover Letter

Creative and Quality Minded, yet Cost Effective: We work with our cost management team to generate an opinion of costs early on and update these costs throughout the life-cycle of the project. We like to use a project evolution log that tracks scope revisions and value engineering responses that are accepted by the team.

Excellent Communication and Management: Our team believes in a Client-Inclusive Design Process that fosters an open dialogue. This exchange of information is essential to have a successful design process involving the project stakeholders, the design team and contractors. We believe that being attentive listeners helps us adapt to evolving project needs.

Sustainable Projects: Our team represents a leading design firm in the application of sustainable design strategies for site and architectural design. When appropriate we will recommend sustainability opportunities that are cost effective and easy to maintain considering the project type.

Established Local Presence: RNT's main office has been located in downtown San Diego for 32 years. RNT has a solid reputation for providing responsive and professional service to a variety of clients in San Diego County. We are known for our strong involvement and focused attention during the construction process.

We hope to contribute to Sharp’s mission of being the best place to work, practice medicine and receive care in San Diego. Our firm is enthusiastic about the opportunity to work with Sharp, and would be eager to work on a project of any size to demonstrate our value and to establish a relationship. We will continue to follow up with you periodically, but please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments. Best Regards,

Luc Allard, AIA, Project Manager Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. Allard@rntarchitects.com / T: 619.233.1023

cc: Chikako Terada, Architect, LEED AP, Principal Architect

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2. Healthcare Project Information

Recent Healthcare Experience Long Beach Community College District, LONG BEACH CITY COLLEGE STUDENT HEALTH CENTER • • •

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Design-Build Team: RNT and Balfour Beatty. Demo existing building, new $15 mil. building to be constructed in same 30,850 GSF footprint (assigned 23,020 SF). Designed around an exterior courtyard to maximize daylight and views to 90% of the spaces while providing exterior but protected area for students to take a break. Collaborative, integrated Project Delivery (IPD) format with the owner, users, CM, sub-trades and design professionals as participants. Extensive use of BIM. Diligent life-cycle cost analysis resulted in utilizing efficient CIP concrete structural system which will allow the space to be very flexible. Certification goal of LEED Silver.

Long Beach, California

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO MEDICAL CENTER BACHMAN BUILDING RENOVATION • •

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Exterior and interior renovation of the four-story UCSD Medical Center Bachman Building for use as an Outpatient Psychiatry Facility. Original building was a developer spec office building that UCSD staff expected to be a tear-down. The floor-to-floor height was extremely tight for a medical facility's demanding HVAC requirements. RNT was able to creatively renovate the building to house the intensive program requirements while creating the new identity for the building. $1.7 mil. renovation included tenant improvements and interior remodel with a new elevator and entry balcony added to the facility. 28,000 SF space includes offices, examination rooms, pharmaceutical storage and counseling services. Seismic upgrades included structural improvements to the existing building (required to meet California Administrative Code Title 24 regulations).

San Diego, California

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO MEDICAL CENTER PATIENT FAMILY HOUSING BANNISTER HOUSE • • •

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Design integrates the steep slope of the site as an opportunity to make the three-story building appear as a residential single story facility. 10,000 SF of lodging and support services for financially challenged out-oftown patients and their families (who wait for their organ transplant). Includes offices, counseling services, 12 guest rooms, a community kitchen, a dining and living room as well as a care-taker’s unit. The common area is designed to encourage the visitors to interact with each other as the building enhances the feeling of a family. All rooms are situated around a sunken courtyard that allows the visitors to relax in a natural landscaped environment. About 30% through construction, the schedule had to be shortened by three months (at the request of the private donor who financed the project). The design team came up with an alternate structural framing to help expedite the construction schedule. 3

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2. Healthcare Project Information

Recent Healthcare Experience UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO MEDICAL CENTER ONCOLOGY SIMULATOR ROOM • • • •

600 SF Oncology Simulator Room, located in the basement of the mid-rise UC San Diego hospital – originally constructed in the 1960s. Siemens Universal Radiation Therapy Simulator and control room required a lead-shielded glass viewing panel and lead shielding in surrounding walls. Medical equipment required multiple dedicated electrical cabinets and a structural foundation for the equipment weight. One challenge was to run all utilities and electrical/mechanical systems, within limited ceiling spaces without interrupting existing service to upper floors. The room is in the basement with a tremendous amount of unidentified types of existing plumbing in the ceiling space. Construction was performed while the Radiology Department was fully in operation.

San Diego, California

SULPIZIO FAMILY ARC CENTER OF SAN DIEGO •

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The 16,000 SF Arc Center includes offices, exam rooms, psychological counseling rooms and classrooms, including shaded patios off of the classroom areas. To serve the mentally and/or physically disabled, the center has eight themed classrooms featuring a Computer Lab, and Sensory, Therapeutic Recreation, Theatre, Spa, Pet & Nature, Music, and Art & Crafts rooms, supporting 135 users. Integral to the project was to provide a sense of continuity between the existing single-story facility and the new $3,800,000 two-story building. RNT closely worked with the contractor who was selected by the owner, after the design reached the design development phase, in order to expedite the construction schedule while maintaining the budget.

San Diego, California

CITY OF SAN DIEGO, PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT WATER AND WASTEWATER FACILITIES MASTER PLAN •

Lead planner working under Brown and Caldwell Engineers to provide a strategic planning study that consolidated the City of San Diego’s Water and Wastewater Departments. One challenge was to merge the two very different cultures of the Water and Wastewater departments. A series of workshops was conducted to explore options and priorities. The study reviewed all Public Utilities facilities and provided planning options to reduce costs and optimize operational efficiencies of existing space, identify adequate space needed to achieve maximum effectiveness of the organization, enhance worker retention and attraction, identify potential expansion options, and improve customer service.

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2. Healthcare Project Information

Recent Healthcare Experience Pomerado Hospital, laboratory chemistry section remodel •

To allow for the installation of new equipment and increase staff efficiency RNT’s Project Manager Luc Allard* worked with Palomar Health to remodel the chemistry section of the laboratory. The design team created a phasing strategy for the temporary location of new equipment, resulting in a number of detailed construction phasing plans. Without accurate as-built documentation, the design team investigated the site to devise a workflow solution that provided much improved staff workstations and paths of travel.

Poway, California

Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas, new c-section room • •

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RNT’s Project Manager Luc Allard* worked with Scripps Health to create this new C-Section room within the obstetrics department. The design team devised a complex phasing strategy that allowed the existing C-Section room to remain in service during construction of the new adjacent C-section room. The new C-Section room now allows multiple births. The service space, shared with the existing room, was also remodeled to provide access to and from both procedure rooms.

Encinitas, California

Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas 320 Medical Office Building, radiology suite remodel • • • •

RNT’s Project Manager Luc Allard* worked with Scripps Health to remodel the radiology suite within this medical office building. The general x-ray room was remodeled to receive new equipment of the latest technology. The reception area was redesigned to provide greater efficiency for staff as well as increased privacy at the registration counter. The 900 SF waiting area was transformed into a warm, comfortable space with a refined hospitality look.

Encinitas, California

* Project represents Luc Allard's individual experience while at other firms

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2. Healthcare Project Information

Recent Healthcare Experience Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas, Emergency department observation unit •

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RNT’s Project Manager Luc Allard* worked with Scripps Health to vacate the central supply space to provide emergency department staff with a more efficient space to observe patients needing care without impacting the availability of the department’s exam rooms. Challenging existing conditions included a wood-structured building needing to comply with seismic and fire-resistance requirements. Unforeseeable existing conditions were addressed on site with OSHPD field staff in order to maintain the project schedule.

Encinitas, California

Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas, new post-partum rooms • •

RNT’s Project Manager Luc Allard* worked with Scripps Health to create two new post-partum rooms within the obstetrics department. This challenging program (of allowing for two beds per room when needed) demanded creative design approaches to provide all required and desired features in existing patient rooms designed for single-occupancy. Both rooms have new restrooms with full showers and showcase warm, welcoming design features that set the standard for the remodel of other post-partum rooms in the department.

Encinitas, California

Scripps Green Hospital, new bi-plane angiography suite • •

RNT’s Project Manager Luc Allard* worked with Scripps Health to create Scripps Green Hospital’s first bi-plane angiography suite. This $1.3 mil. highly technical project involved meticulous phasing to minimize downtime for the adjacent single-plane angiography laboratory which shares the control room with the expansion. The design also solved some non-compliant conditions where the separation joint between the hospital and the adjacent clinic straddles the space. A collaborative design effort with doctors and staff lead to a functional solution within a restrained 1,400 SF existing space.

La Jolla, California

* Project represents Luc Allard's individual experience while at other firms

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2. Healthcare Project Information

Recent Healthcare Experience Scripps Green Hospital, new hybrid operating room • •

RNT’s Project Manager Luc Allard* worked with Scripps Health to create their first 1,035 SF hybrid operating room. This highly complex project, created in the existing surgery department, demanded close collaboration between the architect, doctors and staff and different equipment vendors. Other spaces within the department had to be prepared first and be ready to serve new functions while the room was remodeled and the surgery department remained functional.

La Jolla, California

Tri-City Medical Center Carlsbad Medical Office Building, wound care and occupational medicine suite •

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RNT’s Project Manager Luc Allard* helped Tri-City Medical Center create this highly functional 5,780 SF wound care and occupational medicine facility within the new medical office building. The combined suite features eight exam/treatment rooms, testing areas, two hyperbaric chambers and all support services associated with these functions. Patient flow features separate check-in and check-out areas, separate waiting rooms and an EMS-dedicated door. Challenges of liquid oxygen storage were met and resolved. The facility is designed to meet OSHPD 3 regulations.

Carlsbad, California

* Project represents Luc Allard's individual experience while at other firms

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2. Healthcare Project Information

Other Healthcare Experience

Plaza Dental

Bellisario Dental Office

Other Healthcare, Medical and Laboratory Designs Private Kaiser Clairemont Mesa, Medical Center Remodel......................................................................................................................San Diego, CA Bellisario, Dental Office............................................................................................................................................................................ Del Mar, CA Dr. Martin, Office Remodel..................................................................................................................................................................San Diego, CA Dr. Walsh-Cole.........................................................................................................................................................................................San Diego, CA Dr. Wiggin, Office...................................................................................................................................................................................San Diego, CA Dr. Chan, Dental Office.........................................................................................................................................................................San Diego, CA Dr. Denio, Dental Office.......................................................................................................................................................................San Diego, CA Plaza Dental, Clinic with Three Dental Offices....................................................................................................................... Solana Beach, CA

Public Los Angeles CCD, Los Angeles Harbor College S.A.I.L.S., SPS Health Clinic (Design-Build Competition, goal LEED Platinum)..........................................................................Long Beach, CA California State University, San Marcos, Student Health and Counseling Services Building (Design-Build Competition)........................................................................................... San Marcos, CA San Diego Community College District, City College Mathematics and Social Science Building Anthropology Laboratories (goal LEED Silver).....................................................................................................................San Diego, CA University of California, Santa Barbara, Materials Research Laboratory Adaptive Reuse....................................... Santa Barbara, CA University of California, San Diego, Medical Center, San Diego, CA – Blood Drawing Room Remodel* – Cafe Servery/Dining Facility Study – Doctor’s Dining Room and Conference Facility – Operating Room* – Space Planning – Medical Center Pharmacy State of CA Dept. of Parks/Recreation Southern Service Ctr., Bolsa Chica Lifeguard Headquarters........................ Bolsa Chica, CA Bureau of Land Management, BLM South Dunes Emergency Medical Operations Facility............................... Imperial County, CA County of San Diego, Sheriff’s Crime Laboratory Tenant Improvement..............................................................................San Diego, CA San Diego Unified School District, Point Loma High School Science Laboratory.............................................................San Diego, CA U.S. Navy, Naval Health Research Center and Naval Research and Development Center..............................................San Diego, CA *Project required OSHPD approval

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3. Design Team Resumes

Design Team Qualifications Ralph J. Roesling, FAIA

Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. (RNT) Principal Ralph has 35 years of experience in all phases of architecture and planning, and is the founding Principal of RNT. He has served as Principal-In-Charge for various public project types, including master plans, academic, medical, civic and institutional. Ralph’s architectural projects have received more than 30 honor awards from the American Institute of Architects (various chapters, state and national) and an Orchid Award. Ralph is a design faculty member of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Woodbury University and the NewSchool of Architecture and Design in San Diego. His recent experience includes leading and managing design teams for various civic and higher education projects including: City of San Diego Municipal Projects, County of San Diego Transitional Housing, County of Ventura Fire Stations, City of Oxnard Civic Projects, City of Ventura Civic and Master Planning Projects, UC Santa Barbara Laboratory Projects, UC San Diego Medical Projects, Long Beach City College and San Diego City College Expansion Projects.

Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.), 1976, Arizona State University

Healthcare Projects

Professional Registration

California State University, San Marcos, Student Health and Counseling Services Building including Psychological Counseling, San Marcos, CA

Licensed Architect, State of California, 1980, No. C-10987

Long Beach Community College District, Long Beach City College, Health Clinic, (Goal LEED Gold) Long Beach, CA

Licensed Architect, State of Arizona, 2006, No. 44302

Los Angeles Community College District, Los Angeles Harbor College, S.A.I.L.S SPS Health Clinic Building, (Goal LEED Platinum), Los Angeles, CA

Professional Affiliations

UC San Diego, San Diego, CA

Medical Center Oncology Simulator Room

Scripps Institute of Oceanography, Research Support Facilities Three New Modular Buildings

Health Sciences Graduate Student Housing Design Competition

UCSD Medical Center Dining and Conference Facility

UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA –

Materials Research Laboratory Three-Story Addition

Seltzer Medical Building, San Diego, CA

Kaiser Clairemont Mesa, Medical Center, San Diego, CA

Dr. Martin, Office Remodel, San Diego, CA

Dr. Chan, Dental Office, San Diego, CA

Dr. Denio, Dental Office, San Diego, CA

Dr. Wiggin, Office, San Diego, CA

Dr. Walsh-Cole, San Diego, CA

Bellisario, Dental Office, Del Mar, CA

Plaza Dental, Clinic, Solana Beach, CA

Promise Land Ranch, Health Clinic, Campo, CA

Child Development Center at Naval Air Station North Island Coronado, LEED Silver, Coronado, CA

Child Development Center at North Amphibious Base Coronado, LEED Silver, Coronado, CA

Education

Fellow, American Institute of Architects

Awards 2012 AIA San Diego, Design and Vision Merit Award, Santa Monica Beach Rest Rooms 2011 American Public Works Association, Southern California Chapter B.E.S.T. Project of the Year Award in Facilities, Santa Monica Beach Rest Rooms 2011 NewSchool of Architecture and Design’s, Richard Welsh Distinguished Service Award, Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. 2009 AIA California Council Merit Award, James and Rosemary Nix Nature Center

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2009 DBIA Western Pacific Region, Magic of Design Build, San Ysidro High School Performing Arts Center and Three-Story Classroom Building


3. Design Team Resumes

Design Team Qualifications Chikako Terada, Architect, LEED AP

Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. (RNT) Principal Chikako Terada is a Principal of the firm and has been with RNT since 1983. She has served as Principal-In-Charge, Project Manager and Project Designer for various project types including educational, institutional, medical, community/public and residential. On large-scale projects, she acts as a project director managing a team of project architects. Chikako has experience in all phases of projects, including: planning, programming, design, construction documents, cost estimating and construction administration. She has been working on public school modernization projects for more than 20 years. She is currently finishing the approvals for new $60 mil. Sage Creek High School for Carlsbad USD, where she has also provided project management and quality control. She has had a similar role with San Diego City College, for the City College Math and Social Science Building and Parking Structure and the Business Humanities Quad. She has also been the lead interiors coordinator for these projects working closely with the users and their FF&E requirements. She is LEED accredited and has participated in the development of several LEED projects utilizing her background in sustainable design. Chikako has 27 years of experience in all phases of architecture and planning.

Healthcare Projects •

Los Angeles CCD, Los Angeles Harbor College S.A.I.L.S. SPS Health Center Design LEED Platinum, Long Beach, CA

University of California, San Diego, Medical Center, San Diego, CA –

Bannister House

Pharmacy

Oncology Simulator Room*

Education Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch.), 1980, Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan Master of Arts, Environmental Design, 1983, San Diego State University

Professional Registration Licensed Architect, State of California, 1990, No. C-21149

Professional Affiliations

Dr. Denio, Dental Office, San Diego, CA

Dr. Wiggin, Office, San Diego, CA

Tada Development Corporation, East West Mixed-Use Office Building, San Diego, CA

Carlsbad Unified School District, Sage Creek High School Master Plan and New Campus and Science Laboratory, Carlsbad, CA

The Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, Mater Dei Catholic High School and Science Laboratory, Chula Vista, CA

San Diego Unified School District, University City High School Science Laboratory, San Diego, CA

*Project required OSHPD approval

LEEDTM 2.2 Accredited Professional (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design), United States Green Builders Council

Awards 2009 American Concrete Institute Award, James and Rosemary Nix Nature Center 2008 AIA San Diego Honor Award, James and Rosemary Nix Nature Center 2008 AIA Orange County, Award of Excellence, James and Rosemary Nix Nature Center 2008, Design-Build Institute of America, Merit Award, Mater Dei Catholic High School and Parish

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3. Design Team Resumes

Design Team Qualifications Kotaro Nakamura, AIA, LEED AP

Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. (RNT) Principal Kotaro Nakamura brings more than 30 years of diverse experience including architectural design, master plans, interior and industrial design for several projects that have involved complex programming, engineering studies and computer analysis of cost control. He has served as Principal-In-Charge and Project Designer and his work has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects with several awards. Kotaro is a founding partner and has been a Principal at RNT since 1983. He has been teaching architectural design at San Diego State University since 1980. As Principal in Charge for the recently completed San Pasqual Academy Institutional Housing project, Kotaro lead the design of this project offering innovative design solutions to achieve LEED Platinum certification. Less than 100 projects have achieved LEED Platinum status, and Kotaro is renowned for designing buildings that reduce construction waste (of both material and on site) and conserve energy.

Health Care Projects •

University of California, San Diego, Medical Center, San Diego, CA

Education Bachelor of Science, Environmental Engineering, 1977, Kanto Gakuin University, Yokohama, Japan Master of Arts, Environmental Design, 1980, San Diego State University

Bachman Building Renovation

Bannister House

Cafe Servery/Dining Facility Study

Professional Registration

Doctor’s Dining Room and Conference Facility

Oncology Simulator Room*

Licensed Architect, State of California, 1987, No. C-17921

Pharmacy

Radiology

Operating Room*

Blood Drawing Room*

Space Planning

Health Sciences Graduate Student Housing (Design Competition)

Professional Affiliations American Institute of Architects LEEDTM 2.0 Accredited

County of San Diego, San Pasqual Academy Institutional Housing, 30 New Residential Units, Escondido, CA (Secure Facility)*

County of San Diego, San Pasqual Academy Administration Building, San Diego, CA

*Project required OSHPD approval

Professional (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design), United States Green Building Council

Awards 2012 County of San Diego, Dept. of General Services, Outstanding Innovation in a Building Project Award, San Pasqual Academy Transitional Housing 2012 County of San Diego, Dept. of General Services, Outstanding Innovation San Diego Building Project, Energy All Stars Award, San Pasqual Academy Transitional Housing

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Design Team Qualifications Luc Allard, Architect

Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. (RNT) Project Manager Luc Allard recently joined Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects, Inc. (RNT) and brings extensive medical background to the firm. With a diverse portfolio of health care projects from new construction to renovation, Luc has had a breadth and depth of experience in many aspects of health care design and construction. During his 14 years in architecture, Luc has worked on projects ranging from new acute care hospitals to complex inpatient and outpatient space renovations. He has proven to excel in meeting the client’s expectations for thorough and meticulous attention to research, analysis and planning to evaluate building requirements and constraints and test design schemes. Since 1998, Luc has been working in the architectural field on both East and West coasts. His project experience includes health care, institutional, mixed-use and multi-family residential work ranging from $100,000 to more than $100 mil. in construction cost, from design phases to permitting and through the construction process. His health care design experience in California gives him a strong understanding of the OSHPD permitting process.

Professional Registration

Healthcare Projects

Licensed Architect, State of California

Sharp Grossmont Hospital Behavioral Unit Remodel (Secure Facility), San Diego, CA*

Cal State University San Marcos, Student Health and Counseling Services Building including Psychological Counseling, San Marcos, CA

Sheikh Said Ali Ghodran Medical Center, Dammam, Eastern Province,

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia*

Tri-City Medical Center, New Carlsbad Medical Office Building Wound Care and Occupational Medicine Suites, Carlsbad, CA*

Tri-City Medical Center, South Tower Stair Seismic Retrofit, Oceanside, CA*

Pomerado Hospital, Laboratory Chemistry Section Remodel, Poway, CA*

Palomar Medical Center, Elevator Equipment Upgrade, Escondido, CA*

Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas, Encinitas, CA

Education Bachelor of Architecture Laval University, 1998 Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Professional Affiliations American Institute of Architects (AIA)

New Emergency Department Observation Unit*

New C-section Room*

Post-partum Rooms Remodel*

Mobile CT Unit*

Radiology Department Remodel*

Conference Center Replacement*

320 Medical Office Building X-Ray Room and Imaging Suite Lobby Upgrade*

Years of Professional Experience 14 years

Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla, CA –

New Bi-plane Angiography Suite*

New Hybrid Operating Room*

Chest X-ray Room Remodel*

* Individual experience while at other firms

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4. Design Build

Design-Build Project Experience List

Large Fire Crash Rescue Station at Travis AFB

Child Development Center,Naval Amphibious Base

Design-Build Projects Completed in the Past Seven Years Project

Location

Construction Cost

NAFVAC Southwest Division, Large Fire Crash Rescue Station at Travis AFB (goal LEED Silver)

Fairfield, CA

U.S. Navy, Child Development Centers at Naval Air Station North Island (goal LEED Silver)

Coronado, CA

$11,150,000 (Combined Cost)

U.S. Navy, Child Development Centers at Naval Amphibious Base (goal LEED Silver)

Coronado, CA

$11,150,000 (Combined Cost)

San Diego Community College District, City College Math and Social Science Building and Parking Structure (goal LEED Silver)

San Diego, CA

$37,750,000

San Diego Community College District, City College C Building (goal LEED Gold)

San Diego, CA

$13,000,000

The Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, Mater Dei Catholic High School and Parish

Chula Vista, CA

$68,500,000

Sweetwater Unified High School District, San Ysidro High School Performing Arts Center

San Diego, CA

$24,403,039 (Combined Cost)

Sweetwater Unified High School District, San Ysidro High School Science Building

San Diego, CA

$24,403,039 (Combined Cost)

Veterans Community Park Master Plan

Chula Vista, CA

$6,500,000

The Arc of San Diego, Sulpizio Family Arc Center of San Diego

San Diego, CA

$3,800,000

City of Vista, Moonlight Amphitheater Stage House

Vista, CA

County of San Diego, San Pasqual Academy Transitional Housing (30 LEED Platinum Certified buildings)

Escondido, CA

$7,500,000 (Combined Cost)

County of San Diego, San Pasqual Administration Center (goal of LEED Gold)

Escondido, CA

$7,500,000 (Combined Cost)

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$11,574,791

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5. References

References Design Build Contractors Rudolph and Sletten

Mr. David Jesme, Project Director (Formerly with Sundt): (858) 509-2213 • Mater Dei Catholic High School

Sundt Construction

Mr. John Messick, Project Manager: (619) 321-4800, Ext. 4817 • San Diego City College Mathematics and Social Science Building (MS-100) and Parking Structure (PS-200) • San Diego City College Business and Humanities Buildings • San Diego City College C Building

DPR Construction* Mr. Shawn Lantz, Project Manager : (858) 597-7070

Pacific Building Group* Mr. Hollis Gentry, Director of Medical Services: (858) 552-0600

BSD Builders* Mr. Steve Sherrer, Principal: (858) 657-9186

* References for Luc Allard

RelEvant Clients

University of California, San Diego, Medical Center, Facilities Design and Construction

Mr. Michael Downs, AIA, UCSD Project Manager: (858) 534-4094 Ms. Marci Holcomb, UCSD Project Manager: (858) 822-1861 • UCSD Bachman Medical Office Building • UCSD Bannister Patient/Family Housing

County of San Diego

Mr. Tom Fincher, Project Manager: (858) 694-2153 • County of San Diego Kearny Mesa Facilities Strategic Plan

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