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PROJECT DETAILS

Project name: Lucile Packard
Children's Hospital Expansion
Completion date: December 2017
Owner: Lucile Packard Children's
Hospital Stanford
Total building area:
521,000 sq. ft.
Total cost: N/A
Total cost/sq. ft.:  N/A
Executive architect: HGA
Design architect: Perkins+Will
Sustainability: Perkins+Will
Structural engineer: Degenkolb
Civil engineer: Sandis

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The sanctuary is
designed to provide
spiritual care and support for patients and
families through both
a larger group space
and a series of private
prayer settings. An adjacent enclosed healing
garden offers a tranquil
and welcoming space
for quiet reflection.

building code. While it's too early to tell if the
building is meeting those expectations, this past
spring, the hospital achieved LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
AIMING HIGH

With the hospital expansion completed, Lucile
Packard Children's Hospital Stanford is now turning its eyes to the iconic original building for upgrades. "We're looking at what needs to change and
what features from the Main Building we want to
carry over to the West Building," Sullivan says.
But the organization already feels it's on the
right track in delivering a better patient experience, including the use of private patient rooms,
multiple points of access to nature, and familyfriendly amenities. "Our [patient satisfaction]
scores have gone up dramatically with opening
this building because there are places for families
to be," Sullivan says.
Guenther attributes much of the project's success to the commitment by the owner and the
design team to set high goals right from the start
10 years ago. "If you don't aim high, you're not going to cut the ribbon on anything innovative," she
says. For example, when the team first proposed
the water reclamation system, many in the design
community were skeptical. "Then the California drought happened, and it became the most
newsworthy aspect of the building while it was
under construction," she says. "We don't know
the future when we start designing these buildings, but I think it's important that they carry
audacious goals." 
Anne DiNardo is executive editor of Healthcare
Design. She can be reached at A N N E . D I N A R D O @
EMERALDEXPO.COM.

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MEP engineer: Mazzetti+GBA
Low voltage/security: Teecom
Medical equipment: CallisonRTKL
Landscape: AECOM
Graphics/signage: Kate Keating
Associates
Art consultant: Aesthetics, Inc.
Construction manager: DPR
Construction
Artwork: Linda Nye, Pokey Park,
Gary Drostle, David Landis,
Michael Green
Carpet/flooring: Tandus-Centiva,
Nora
Ceiling/wall systems: USG
Ceilings, Ceiling Plus
Doors/locks/hardware:
Schlange
Fabric/textiles: Carnegie,
Momentum, Pallas, Pollack,
Maharam, Designtex, CF Stinson
Furniture-seating/
casegoods: Arcadia, Fresh
Coast, Summit, Hightower,
Herman Miller, Knoll, Steelcase,
Nemschoff, Coalesse, IOA
Healthcare, Dauphin, Montbleu &
Associates
Handrails/wall guards: CS Group
Lighting: Bocci, Bartco Lighting
Signage/wayfinding:
Forms+Surfaces
Surfaces-solid/other: Inpro
Corp., Ice Stone, Meltdown Glass
Wallcoverings: Carnegie,
Designtex, Heath Ceramics

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Packard with its research findings on the efficacy
of displacement ventilation in healthcare settings, which it had conducted a few years prior to
the project's inception. "This is a system that has
the potential for significant energy savings and
improved indoor air quality, which is specifically
of interest in a healthcare setting," he says.
While the system has been adopted in most
building types, few healthcare facilities in North
America have installed it because of concerns
about infection control, Guity says. "That's why
we had to do the peer-reviewed research."
Specifically, he says the research proved that
lower ventilation rates could be used for a displacement ventilation system, while maintaining
or improving indoor air quality and infection control potential through a more effective means of
contaminant removal. "As a result, the displacement ventilation system uses almost half as much
total energy for ventilation of the spaces where
it's applied," he says. The engineering firm also
met the project team's request for a third-party
mechanical engineer to review the proposed design to provide unbiased feedback. "It was that
endorsement that helped to make the case to include it in the design," Guity says. (For details on
how displacement ventilation works and was integrated into the project, see "Synergy in the Air"
on page 24.)
Also working behind the scenes at the hospital
is a 110,000-gallon cistern system that's been designed to store, filter, and reuse water collected
from rainfall, condensate from the building's mechanical equipment, and water purified through
reverse osmosis for hemodialysis, to irrigate all
the landscaping. Overall, the hospital is designed
to reduce energy consumption by 38 percent and
water consumption by nearly 40 percent over


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