The UC Irvine Medical Center is a 411-bed full-service academic medical center. With plans to add a new 300,000 square foot in-patient tower to the existing 1.2 million square foot hospital, the medical center needed an additional central plant to provide a stand-alone chiller and emergency power to the outpatient services building, diagnostic and testing labs, administrative areas, and all non-acute care buildings. The new central plant's location is at a new second entrance to the medical center, a key factor driving the architectural design.
This new 4-story, 100,000 square-foot medical office building is located on the City of Hope Medical Center Campus in Duarte, CA, and provides office and administrative support to the Medical Center.
Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated is a global commercial real estate services company that provides investment management services worldwide, including services to institutional and retail investors and high-net-worth individuals.Needing a bigger workspace after acquiring HFF, JLL relocated their Irvine headquarters to a new 35,000 square-foot office at Intersect located at 17877 Von Karman in Irvine, CA. The new office space can accommodate approximately 150 employees with collaboration, teamwork, and transparency in mind. tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and lighting design services on this project. The design required collaboration with the architect on larger open ceiling conditions and full-height wall construction, and proper HVAC zoning from base building VAVs with electric reheat. In addition, we collaborated during design and construction with the architect, general contractor, mechanical sub-contractor, and building landlord regarding proper openings in wall construction to ensure return air paths back to main floor return air fans.
This project was a first-generation full-floor office tenant space, including open ceiling concepts that reflected visible air condition ducting and lighting for the technology provider of e-commerce, marketing, and logistic solutions, Branded Online. This space combined two previously separate offices into one central hub. The headquarters office includes various work areas, including private offices, open huddle spaces, shared work areas, two conference rooms, and a breakroom.
San Diego is one of the US’ top life science clusters, with strong demand for office and lab space. To serve this dynamic sector, asset management company The RMR Group wanted to completely redevelop an existing 186,000 square foot science campus to offer modern, Class A work and collaboration spaces that could accommodate a range of tenants. The transformation has been very successful: at completion, it is expected to be 85% leased to pioneers in digital surgery, regenerative medicine, and biotechnology.
Jumpman's new flagship store is a 24,000 square foot tenant improvement of a historic building located in downtown Los Angeles. tk1sc designed the new mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and lighting systems that the landmark building required, including a pinnacle product lounge, sports-science-equipped Flight Lab, and a full regulation-size rooftop basketball court.