Pacific Medical Buildings begins construction of a 52,000 square foot, two-story medical office building in Goleta, Calif.
GOLETA, Calif., May 1, 2015 – Construction is under way for the new 52,000 square foot, two-story medical office building on the Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital campus in Goleta, California. PMB is providing program management, development, leasing and design management services for the project, all on behalf of Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital and Cottage Health System.
The new medical office building, Goleta Valley Medical Plaza, is part of a larger, campus-wide project that includes the construction of a new, two-story acute care hospital spanning 152,000 square feet. The newly constructed hospital, which will open this summer, will meet new state seismic safety standards, and include an Emergency Department double that of its previous location and provide 52 beds with all private rooms. The new hospital also will feature an expanded Surgical Services Department and award-winning Center for Wound Management.
Goleta Valley Medical Plaza will be situated on a 2-acre site adjacent to Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital. It will replace an existing on-campus medical office building, providing state-of-the-art multi-specialty outpatient space for community physicians. The design of the new medical office building will complement the new hospital and local surroundings with the use of stone accents and native landscaping. Sustainable design and building practices will be implemented throughout the new facility. The building will also feature custom designed medical office suites and convenient parking located directly next to the building.
Although the new medical office building will be constructed within just several feet of an existing, functionally obsolete medical office building, both the new hospital and the existing medical office building will remain open and active during the construction period of the new medical office building. Maintaining hospital campus operations, parking availability and minimizing construction debris have always been at the forefront of PMB’s strategic planning of the project. Valet parking and a shuttle service are currently available at the hospital’s main entrance off of South Patterson Ave. Free, self-parking will continue to be available in the large parking lot across the street from the hospital at the corner of Hollister and South Patterson.
The construction of Goleta Valley Medical Plaza is scheduled to be complete in January 2016 and is 100% leased. The existing medical office building will be demolished immediately thereafter and the overall project completed mid-August 2016. The Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital campus is located at the corner of South Patterson Avenue and Hollister Avenue in Goleta, CA. This is the first project PMB has developed for Cottage Health System.
In addition to PMB serving as program manager, SWA Architects, specialists in innovative design solutions, is providing architectural services for the MOB. Snyder Langston, one of Southern California’s largest and most respected builders, will serve as the project’s general contractor.
For leasing opportunities, please contact PMB at 858.794.1900.
About Cottage Health System
The not-for-profit Cottage Health System — the parent organization of Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital and its associated Cottage Children’s Hospital and Cottage Rehabilitation Hospital, Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hospital, and Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital — is guided by a volunteer board of directors from the greater-Santa Barbara community. Last year, the Cottage hospitals provided inpatient care for 20,000 people, treated 67,000 patients through their 24-hour emergency departments and helped deliver 2,400 newborns.
About Pacific Medical Buildings
PMB is an integrated medical office building developer and a healthcare real estate partner for health systems, hospitals, medical groups, and universities. We specialize in developing, leasing, and managing medical office buildings, ambulatory care centers, clinics, academic medical facilities, and parking structures. For more than 40 years, PMB’s executives have led the industry in the development and management of medical care buildings, with 86 medical projects constructed to date. The firm currently owns and manages 52 facilities totaling more than 3.25 million square feet with more than 7,000 structured parking stalls, and has numerous other projects under development. The San Diego-based firm also has offices in Austin, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orange, Phoenix, Portland and Vancouver. For more information regarding PMB, please visit www.pacificmedicalbuildings.com.
About SWA Architects
SWA Architects, a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), was established in 1985 to provide architectural design, planning, and consulting services in a fully integrated manner to healthcare, industrial, and commercial clients. Their strong focus on client service has led them to think of project delivery not just in terms of modifying the physical environment, but as a framework for developing and maintaining client relationships. A solid and loyal base of regular clients and the amount of new business obtained through client referrals demonstrate their success with this approach.
SWA’s scope of expertise encompasses not only comprehensive master planning/ programming, strategic planning, design-build, and new construction, but also the expansion, remodeling and renovation of existing facilities. With LEED Accredited Professionals and registered architects, SWA brings together extensive collective experience in the design, master planning and programming of complicated healthcare facilities.
About Snyder Langston
Established in 1959, Snyder Langston is a trusted real estate and construction advisor to Fortune 500, mid-size and start-up companies. They are a leader in the Western United States, but maintain the strongest presence as one of Southern California’s largest and most respected builders. Snyder Langston has successfully developed millions of square feet of space across virtually every real estate sector. They take great pride in these buildings, but find even greater accomplishment in the respect, integrity and relationships built along the way.
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