QUEEN OF THE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER HERMAN FAMILY PAVILION

The Herman Family Pavilion provides advanced diagnostic and surgical services for high acuity- and trauma-level care. It adds critical care patient beds in two units; replaces the existing surgery department, central sterile processing, clinical lab and pathology service; and provides stand-alone building systems supporting the spaces. The 20-bed ICU, Smart and Hybrid operating rooms surgical unit and support service programs consolidate QVMC’s critical functions into a single facility. It followed a BIM-enabled Lean form of delivery in which the design team and construction trades jointly completed Phased Plan Review OSHPD approvals via “design-assist” and “design-build” formats. The pavilion has earned LEED Gold certification.

FACTS

PROJECT NAME Queen of the Valley Medical Center Herman Family Pavilion
SIZE 72,370 GSF
COMPLETION DATE 2013
LOCATION Napa, CA
CLIENT St. Joseph Health System
SERVICES Site Expansion Planning, Program Verification, Space Planning, Medical Planning, Architecture