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Kaiser Permanente

Redlands Medical Office Building

the backstory

The Redlands Medical Office Building was designed as the first implemented phase of a medical master plan that included a 3-tower hospital, medical office buildings, and parking structures on an 11-acre site in the Inland Empire. This 120,000 SF building includes Internal Medicine, Family Practice, OB/Gyn, Pediatrics, Pharmacy departments, a full imaging suite, Clinical Laboratory, an Optometry, Ophthalmology and Vision Essentials retail center, and a publicly used conference center.

at-a-glance

TYPE:
New Building
PRACTICE:
Architecture
Interior Design
LOCATION:
Redlands, CA
STATUS:
Completed 2008
SIZE:
120,000 SF
INSIGHT

The Redlands Medical Office Building is the first phase of the development of a new campus and needed to establish an overall framework for future planning.

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The building is sited to allow for a master plan build out including a three tower Hospital, two additional Medical Office Buildings and several parking garages.

SOLUTION
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IMPACT
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The building finishes were selected to reflect the rich colors of the Inland Empire’s rock formations and desert vegetation. 

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The building entry and conference center were sculpted to create a distinctive form identifiable to the local community. 

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The openings have been specifically designed to provide protection from the harsh climatic conditions in the Inland Empire.  All storm drainage was collected in surface retention basins; plant material was selected to minimize irrigation needs while enhancing the rich mountainous desert surroundings.

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