Registration & Refreshments 5:30-6:00
Presentation 6:00PM - 7:30PM
Mark Cavagnero Associates Architects
Please join the AIA San Francisco, Health + Science Committee to learn about The Joan and Sanford I. Weill Neurosciences Building, designed by Mark Cavagnero Associates, currently under construction on lot 23A at UCSF Mission Bay campus. Design and delivery of the project is using an Integrated Design Team with colocation into a Big Room and an advanced Technical Performance Criteria (TPC) developed by UCSF. Performance based design criteria are valued and provided in excess of the minimum required by the building code. The building will be approximately 280,000sf with six stories above grade floors. The program will be an integrated mix of wet and dry research laboratories, clinical space and supporting offices.
Suzanne Napier, Vice President with SmithGroup Architects, and Raymond Pugliesi, Senior Principal with Degenkolb Engineers, and Shawn Mazzeo, Senior Project Manager with UCSF will present the project and discuss the design process and implementation of the design criteria, accomplishments and a few lessons learned
- Discuss key objectives for the project that informed the design process
- Understand the process of design using an Integrated Design approach with a ‘Big Room’
- How to optimize the implementation of a performance based building design criteria
- Identify accomplishments and lessons learned on this project relative to future applications.
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