Kaiser Dublin SMOB and Cancer Center

The Special Medical Office and Cancer Center, Phase I of the multi-phased Kaiser medical campus, inhabits nearly a third of the 55-acre site near downtown Dublin. In close collaboration with the design team, Sherwood worked to develop a site drainage and development strategy. Our strategy incorporated historical and ecological analysis of the Dublin foothills into the present-day needs of a high-performing, urban medical campus promoting health and well-being. Our approach utilized natural stormwater management methods to reduce infrastructure requirements while providing programmatic and aesthetic values to landscape areas. Such water resource strategies included a particular sensitivity to reducing overall potable use; a critical element in achieving the project’s LEED Gold certification.

Importantly, our site utility infrastructure was designed for future phasing, maximizing efficiencies on Phase I while allowing for future development and connections.

Map of Project Site | Image RHAA
Proposed Water Strategies
Opening Ceremony at Kaiser Permanente Dublin Campus
LocationDublin, California
ClientKaiser Permanente
RHAA Landscape Architect
Size 220,000 Sqft
StatusCompleted 2019

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