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Taylor Design


Who We Are

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t Taylor Design, we collaborate with our clients to learn together and develop

user-centered solutions that are effective, meaningful, and delightful. We embrace market sectors and projects that contribute to positive experiences, and the creation of greater possibilities.

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Who We Are

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or more than 38 years, Taylor Design has built a national reputation in the

healthcare design industry, and has since established a growing presence in the education, science & technology, and senior living market sectors. 2018 BEST FIRMS TO WORK FOR - ZWIEG GROUP

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MARKETS

Healthcare • Senior Living E d u c a t i o n • S c i e n c e & Te c h

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Irvine San Diego San Francisco


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trategy-based design is an iterative approach that leverages the best of lean

methodology, human-centered design, and design thinking. Our three practice areas – Architectural Design, Interior Design, and Design Strategy – are united in their use of design as both a point of view, and a shared process.


How We Work

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DISCOVER

I have a challenge. How do I approach it?

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DELIVER

DEFINE

I have an idea. How do I build it?

I learned something. How do I interpret it?

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DEVELOP

I see an opportunity. What do I create?


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STUDENT HEALTH & WELLBEING CENTER EXPANSION STUDY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA , SAN DIEGO

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he existing Student Health Center building was constructed in 1974 and is falling into disrepair. The 30,000 square-foot building is too small to effectively serve the growing student population. A study was commissioned to evaluate the options of renovation versus complete demolition and new construction. The study is also needed to help support fundraising efforts for the construction cost.

Details 30,000 SF San Diego, CA Study Completed: 2016

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Project Conclusion Preliminary results of the study have produced the following insights and design drivers: •

Provide adequate resources to meet student demand.

Provide the tools and let them build their own wellness solutions based on their changing needs.

Integrate programs in flexible spaces in a retail-like environment.

Integrate technology to provide wellness solutions and opportunities not currently available.

Provide wellness as an integrated experience instead of a series of isolated solutions.


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COLLEGE OF SCIENCE LAB REMODEL CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY

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he College of Science is a concrete instructional lab building designed and built in 1976 with extensive cast-in-place concrete walls and fixed laboratory benches. This project updated a variety of lab spaces for a more modern project-based and collaborative teaching style and integrated smart classroom technology throughout. All project work had to be phased in accordance with the class schedules. Additional upgrades included computer lab expansion, laboratory air conditioning, security upgrades and various lab modernization updates. This renovation project was DSA AC approved.

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Details 9,425 SF Hayward, CA Completed: 2015 Construction Cost: $850K Scope • The former Animal Physiology lab was redesigned to become a Biology Department Smart Classroom with mobile scientific tables for small group, project-based learning • The new Chemistry and Biochemistry labs include expanded lab safety equipment with fume hoods, classroom computers, and dual projectors • Department of Earth and Environmental Science Smart Classrooms have workstations with state-of-the-art instrumentation


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LANEY COLLEGE LOCKER ROOM FEASIBILITY STUDY PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

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aylor Design was selected to prepare a feasibility study for a larger redesign effort at Laney College to support universal design principles and better meet the needs of their programs and students. The project began with a planning process to remodel the Locker Room to ensure equity for female athletes as part of a Title IX retrofit. We conducted a two-step series of workshops to gather input and facilitate discussion among stakeholders, with the goal of developing a conceptual layout and associated cost estimate. By using our strategy-based design process, collaboration tools and engagement techniques, the campus response has been positive, especially from the student athletes who use the locker room on a daily basis, and are excited about the prospect of re-inventing the layout, flow and spaces to better accommodate their wishes. As a result, the project is now considered a space for the celebration of women.


Project Experience

Details 5,625 SF Oakland, CA Completed: 2017 Construction Cost: $10M

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Scope Conducted observation, prepared an outreach survey, and gathered data on student usage of the Locker Area. Using the idea of an ‘Ultimate Locker Room’ we engaged student, faculty and staff feedback. Two-step series of workshops to gather input and facilitate discussion.


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PEP RING ROAD SITE IMPROVEMENTS SLAC NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY

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his project for Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) included various Site Security Improvements (SSI) that include upgrading and expanding the existing General Access Area (GAA) along PEP Ring Road to provide greater access to a larger portion of the campus. The improvements include a new pedestrian pathway along PEP Ring Road to allow easier and safer access from the Guest House to B901. Also included are a new vehicular and pedestrian gate at IR-4, new pedestrian gate at SSRL and modifications to Gate 17 to allow easier vehicular access.

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Details Renovation Menlo Park, CA Completed: 2016 Construction Cost: $.5M


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POPMINTCHEV LASER LABORATORY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO

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aylor Design was selected to provide planning, design, bid, and construction phase services for the renovation of 1,850 square feet within Mayer Hall for the future Popmintchev Laser Laboratory. The lab will consist of a ISO 6/8 cleanroom laser lab with strict environmental requirements (temperature, humidity, acoustics, vibration), two (2) service areas housing the laser system support equipment and an ante room. Within the laser lab there will be provisions for two (2) laser systems; a single system will be installed initially with provisions for a 2nd laser system to be installed in the future. All MEP systems for the future laser system are to be installed as part of this project to minimize renovation work required in future.

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Details 1, 850 SF Renovation San Diego, CA Completed: Est. 2018 Construction Cost: Est. $2.3M

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There’s no typical day in a laser lab. Efficiency and adaptability are imperative. Working with lasers is never consistent; there is no such thing as “a turnkey solution.” “You could spend a million dollars on a laser but it’ll never act like a new car that just starts up and goes. Lasers don’t work like you’re expecting them to.” “I need to do assemblies on the fly, so components need to be stored in the main room. “Cabinets and counter space are the most precious things to me after the optical tables.”


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MEDICAL SCIENCES BUILDING FLOORS 7&8 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL CENTER

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roject includes a complex array of five different laboratory groups including Mass Spectrometry, Laboratory Medicine, Rheumatology, Dentistry, and an Orofacial Clinic. Each group includes very different processes from the equipment intensive Mass Spec lab to the Dentistry animal research facility, to the outpatient Orofacial Clinic. Details 5,000 SF Renovation San Francisco, CA Completed: 2016 Construction Cost: $6.2M DSA AC Approved, BSL-2

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Scope • Major Renovation of 5,000 ASF of Existing Wet Labs and Office Space. • Met Program Expectations for MassSpec Lab and Cell Analysis Core.


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ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING PROGRAMMING

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE

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C Irvine Health engaged Taylor Design to provide programming services for a new Administrative Services Building on its Medical Center campus in Orange, California. With direction from Taylor Design, UC Irvine Health established a Steering Committee made up of representatives from key areas of the organization. Each representative brought a diverse perspective that provided a wellrounded view of the organization. The goal of the Steering Committee was to establish consensus to the existing and aspirational workplace dynamics of the new building.

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Scope • Lead a series of workshops designed to engage the Steering Committee in deep conversation about their organizational structure, departmental functions, operations and processes, employee satisfaction, and utilization of space. • Conducted a multi-building / multiday activity analysis to understand the utilization of workstations, offices, conference rooms, and classrooms in order to gain metrics on the utilization of space beyond visual observation.


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Details 20,000 SF Irvine, CA Completed: 2014

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STANLEY HALL BIOMOLECULAR NANOTECHNOLOGY CENTER CRYO-EM FACILITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA , BERKELEY

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aylor Design was selected by the University of California, Berkeley to renovate an existing 900 square foot NMR laboratory suite to accommodate a new Talos Arctica G2 Microscope and a future Titan Krios High Base 80-300 Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM). A separate equipment room was designed to house UPS and chiller equipment for each of the two microscopes together with all required disconnects, and sufficient cooling and exhaust for anticipated equipment heat loads. Careful attention was paid to providing a delivery pathway for both microscopes, and to minimizing noise transmission from the equipment room to the microscope lab and adjacent NMR suite.

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Details 900 SF Renovation Berkeley, CA Completed: 2017 Construction Cost: $250K Scope • Acoustically isolated CryoEM lab constructed within an existing NMR suite. • Equipment room sized and positioned for optimal power and chilled water pathways to microscopes.


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KALMANOVITZ LIBRARY BUILDING RENEWAL UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO Details 186,542 SF | Seven Levels San Francisco, CA Completed: Est. 2028 Construction Cost: $74M Scope • Renewal Improvements include Deferred Maintenance, Energy & Water Conservation, Facility Adaptation, Major Repairs, and Finishes Refresh.

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aylor Design is assisting UCSF Facilities Services with developing a 10-year work plan to guide renewal efforts for the Kalmanovitz Library building on the Parnassus campus. The sevenstory, 186,542 square-foot building (with two levels of parking structure) consists of library stacks, rare books collections, offices, conference rooms, data rooms, cafĂŠ with building equipment in the parking structure levels and roof level to serve the building. A phased implementation plan to address issues on every floor of each building was developed based upon visual inspections, site visits, review of existing conditions and systems, meetings and work sessions with UCSF personnel. Upon completion and approval of the Work Plan and Implementation Schedule, the design and documentation effort will commence for the entire 10-year effort.


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DENTAL CLINICS BUILDING RENEWAL UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO

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aylor Design is assisting UCSF Facilities Services with developing a 10-year work plan to guide renewal efforts for the Dental Clinics building on the Parnassus campus. The four-story, 128,400 square-foot building (with basement level) consists of laboratories, patient treatment areas, offices, support spaces with building equipment in North and South of each level and roof level to serve the building. Utilizing our strategy-based design approach in conjunction with Lean design techniques, we are working closely with Interface Engineering, UCSF internal Facilities experts, UCSF in-house engineers, user groups/ customers/building occupants and other UCSF department representatives, such as EH&S, State Fire Marshal, IT, Procurement and REPCAPS (Real Estate, Capital Programs, Planning and Sustainability).

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Details 128,400 SF | Four Levels San Francisco, CA Completed: Est. 2028 Construction Cost: $99M


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MT. ZION CANCER RESEARCH CENTER BUILDING RENEWAL UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO Details 109,761 SF | Four Levels San Francisco, CA Completed: Est. 2028 Construction Cost: $78M

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aylor Design is assisting UCSF Facilities Services with developing a 10-year work plan to guide renewal efforts for the Cancer Research Center on the Mt. Zion campus. The four-story, 109,761 square-foot building (with basement level) consists of laboratories, vivarium, offices, and support spaces with building equipment in the basement and roof level to serve the building. Deliverables include a Work Plan and Implementation Schedule (Design through Construction), Scope of Work Reports (by Project & Year), verification of estimates, recommendations for Project Delivery, Budget Forecast, plan to minimize disruption to building occupants, and prioritization considerations. Renewal Improvements include Deferred Maintenance, Energy and Water Conservation measures, Facility Adaptation, Major Repairs and/ or Replacement of facility components, and Finishes Refresh.


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EDUCATION CLIENTS

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The Team

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KEVIN HINRICHS LEED AP

PRINCIPAL | OFFICE LEADER, SAN FRANCISCO BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE

Kevin has experience in every aspect of

• Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

building design and construction, from

• SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

programming and schematic design, through construction administration.

EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA Major:

• University of California, San Francisco • University of California, Davis • University of California, Merced • Department of Veterans Affairs

Architecture Minor: Psychology

• Lockheed Martin

Harvard School of Public Health,

• BioMarin

Guidelines for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations

REGISTRATIONS Licensed Architect - California #C34437


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JOE LOWE AIA, LEED AP, DBIA ASSOC. OFFICE LEADER, SAN DIEGO BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE

As a member of the Planetree network, Joe

• University of California, San Diego

takes a user-centered and evidenced-based

• University of California, Riverside

design approach in his work.

• Sharp Healthcare

EDUCATION

• Scripps Health

Master of Architecture

• Kaiser Permanente

New School of Architecture & Design Bachelor of Science in Design Arizona State University

REGISTRATIONS Licensed Architect - California #C30454

• Rady Children’s Hospital


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THOMAS CLARK AIA SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE

Thomas brings over 30 years of experience

• University of California, San Diego

in facility management and planning,

• University of California, Riverside

architectural design, construction coordination and sustainable design. As a

• Palomar Community College

former Director of Facilities and Planning for

• Poway Unified School District

San Marcos Unified School District and Senior

• San Marcos Unified School District

Project Manager for the San Diego Unified School District, Thomas has used his unique

• San Diego Unified School District

insight and experiences to plan and design

• US Navy

educational facilities in various environments.

EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture, University of Colorado, Boulder

REGISTRATIONS Licensed Architect - California #C10491


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JEN LEONARD

DESIGN STRATEGY PRACTICE LEADER BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE:

Jen energizes the strategies practice at

• University of California, San Diego

Taylor Design with a journalism background

• Peralta Community College District

and more than a decade of human-centered research and design experience. Her

• Kaiser Permanente

approach is inclusive and inquisitive.

• OnLok

EDUCATION Post-graduate Design Diploma

• Nike • AT&T

Institute without Boundaries (IwB),

• Marriott

Bruce Mau Design & George Brown

• Equinox

College of Applied Arts and Technology, Toronto, Canada Master of Arts, The Graduate School of Journalism, The University of Western Ontario, London, Canada


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STEPHANIE L’ESTRANGE IIDA, CID INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE:

Stephanie brings a depth of knowledge

• University of California, San Francisco

with 20 years of experience gained from

• Undisputed Boxing + Gym

extensive work on complex projects. As Design Director, she brings a key capacity

• Sony PlayStation

to recognize the specific demands of a

• Bellevue Technology Center

particular location and tailor the design process to be efficient and productive.

• Karius, Inc • General Motors

EDUCATION

• Accenture

Bachelor of Science, Interior Architecture

• Salesforce

and Design, University of San Francisco

REGISTRATIONS International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Committee Member Volunteer for Philanthropy by Design Interior Design Committee for Society for the Blind Offices


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