The redevelopment of approximately 15.5 acres of the existing 37.5-acre Kaiser Permanente Riverside Medical Center (the Hospital Expansion Site) consisting of a new, approximately 180,474-square-foot, five-story hospital tower with 152 new beds for a total number of 359 beds upon project completion, a new 115,526 square foot two-story diagnostic and treatment (D&T) building, a 5-story (6 decks) aboveground parking structure, and upgrades to the existing central utility plant, including installation of a new emergency generator. The project also includes ancillary features such as a new patient drop-off canopy, driveways, walkways, surface parking, landscaping, lighting, and signage.
The project also includes construction of two off-site parking lots at Off-Site Area 1 and Off-Site Area 2. Off-Site Area 1 would include an 87-parking stalls and up to five construction trailers during the project’s construction phase. Off-Site Area 2 would include approximately 516 parking stalls. Project construction would occur over an approximate 4½ -year period in two major build phases. Phase 1 would construct the parking structure at the Hospital Expansion Site and the two off-site parking lots. Phase 2 would construction the new hospital tower and D&T building at the Hospital Expansion Site.