Clark Construction Group has announced that crews have started construction on the new University of California, San Francisco Clinic Building that will occupy Block 34 in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. The groundbreaking event follows the beginning of construction on a 500-car garage for UCSF in April of this year.
Stantec is responsible for the design. The structure will span 182,800 square feet of floor area. The $335.8 million development. According to Stantec, “Block 34 Clinic Building will provide an architectural identity for the UCSF East Campus that is distinct in appearance and character from the existing UCSF Mission Bay Campus.
The clinic building will rise five floors to contain an ambulatory surgery center with 14 operation rooms, an adult and secondary clinic with facilities for many specialties, an out-patient rehabilitation therapy center, and a pharmacy. The parking garage will span nine levels. The 500 parking spaces will be used by the house administrative offices for UCSF Transporation services.
The two structures are part of UCSF’s development of Block 34, at the corner of 3rd and Mariposa Street. The block has seen the recent completion of the Wayne and Gladys Valley Center for Vision. The new clinic building and parking garage are expected to open by the summer of 2024.
The clinic is nearby the Agua Vista waterfront park, and a block away from the Chase Center, home to the city’s basketball team, the Golden State Warriors.