Highland Hospital Acute Tower Replacement

Hailed as the largest construction project ever undertaken by Alameda County, the Highland Hospital Acute Tower Replacement Project replaces the main hospital within the existing campus. The design-build project features a multiple phased approach to construction.

  • 71,000 sq. ft. 3-story satellite building
  • 255,500 sq. ft. 9-story, 160-bed Acute Care Tower
  • Design-build
  • New infrastructure design
  • Connecting bridge between Acute Care Tower and existing B wing
  • 1-acre courtyard
  • Fire water, domestic water, wastewater, storm drain, and gas mains
  • Stormwater and wastewater pump stations
  • Demolition and grading
  • LEED Silver certified
  • 2021 Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Western Pacific Region Design-Build Awards

  • Award-Winning Core Team:
    Owner: County of Alameda General Services
    General Contractor: Clark Construction
    Architect: Smithgroup
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