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    Kaiser Redwood City Hospital and Central Utility Plant

    Redwood City, CA

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Kaiser Hospital in Redwood City is a replacement project for the current hospital. The new hospital will be 280,000 square feet (149 beds) tiered in height from two to seven stories. The hospital's Central Utility Plant (CUP) will be 16,000 square feet and two stories high containing three chillers, three boilers, a Thermal Fluid Heating Skid and three cooling towers Pan-Pacific is on the Design-Assist team for the total construction which is to be completed in 2014. For the CUP, Pan-Pacific is performing both the mechanical and plumbing portion. Our total contract is approximately $32 million.