Level 10 Construction Completes New Stanford Children's Health Specialty Services Center
SUNNYVALE, CA Level 10 Construction announces it has completed construction of the $47-million Stanford Children's Health pediatric specialty services center in Sunnyvale, California.
Level 10 Construction served as the general contractor for the design/build project, performing demolition, seismic upgrades, site work, and a complete build out of the interior space. Construction of the 80,000-square-foot center included the completion of two procedure rooms, 10 exam rooms, several large collection and recovery rooms, a rehabilitation center, and areas for genetic counseling and marriage and family therapy.
Stanford Children's Health Specialty Services-Sunnyvale, designed by HOK, expands access to outpatient care for children and adolescents, as well as couples dealing with fertility issues. It houses more than 20 clinical subspecialties, including endocrinology, dermatology, urology, pediatric development, and adolescent medicine.
"Level 10 Construction's goal is to build at the highest level," said Dennis Giles, President of Level 10 Construction. "We have achieved that goal through the successful delivery of this state-of-the-art-facility for Stanford Children's Health."
The family-friendly facility provides an EEG and pulmonary function lab, a radiology suite, and a high-tech lab dedicated to sports injuries. The Pediatric Motion and Sports Performance Lab analyzes and rehabilitates children with neuromuscular disorders or sports injuries, and is also equipped for the study and treatment of concussions.
The center also includes a state-of-the-art In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) laboratory, equipped with a LifeAire System that is among only two in the nation. The state-of-the-art filtration system contributes to the optimum environment for embryo culture and IVF success.