Healthcare

We are experienced in a wide range of healthcare construction, including ambulatory care projects and OSHPD projects in acute care settings. Over the years, our team has successfully completed projects in adult and pediatric medical centers, clinical laboratories, nursing/rehabilitation centers as well as out-patient care centers and MOBS.

Our staff has built and managed complex laboratory projects, acute care bed floors, infusion centers and diagnostic and treatment rooms, including new and remodeled Radiology/Fluoroscopy, C.T. Scan, Cardiac Cath Labs, and MRI suites. We also provide infrastructure services ranging from roof and mechanical unit replacement and reheat coil replacement, to emergency flood damage repair. We want to take on difficult projects – small or large – where we can prove our value to your facility.

Our healthcare clients include Sutter Health, Kaiser Permanente, John Muir Health, Dignity Health, Seton Medical Center and Tampico Terrace Care Center.

Our Mission Statement

We will provide the highest quality construction experience to our clients, subcontractors, suppliers and employees.



Seton Medical Center    Daly City | Cath Lab#1/Equipment Replacement

Project Summary:
This nine week project included the complete replacement of an aging Cath Lab system, installation of new peripheral systems, all new finishes, and casework and a new UPS system. This OSHPD project required careful attention to dust and infection control because of the adjoining Cath Lab #2 shared a Control Room and Equipment Space and remained in operation. The short project duration required Peacock to actively manage the installation and initiation of this complex system.

Overview:
The new Cath Lab system, although more robust and technologically advanced, was similar to the old system in many basic ways. We found that most of the anticipated construction costs were not required. Philips confirmed that existing anchorage of the system could be reused thus avoiding costly structural work. This, in turn, meant that potentially costly code upgrades of non-conforming conditions above the ceiling would not be exposed and discovered. As a result of the team’s work, the construction cost was estimated to be only a fraction of the anticipated budget. Reduced construction scope also meant that the construction duration would be similarly reduced. The Cardiology Department would experience reduced downtime of the system. A well planned study early in the process saved time for the department and money for the medical center. Peacock was able to add more to the project by reducing unneeded scope.

Project Data
Client Duration Area Architect Status
Seton Medical Center 9 weeks 1,250 sf
The Stinnett Group Complete

Seton Medical Center    Emergency Department Remodel

Project Summary:
This twelve-phase project included upgraded finishes throughout Seton’s Emergency Department: new floor covering, plumbing fixtures, counter tops, cabinet doors and drawer fronts, window coverings, privacy curtains, ceiling tile, painting and wall protection.  

Overview:
Extensive coordination and teamwork with staff was required to maintain efficient continuing operations during construction.

Project Data
Client Duration Area Architect Status
Seton Medical Center 24 weeks
The Stinnett Group Complete

Seton Medical Center    X-Ray Remodel

Project Summary:
X-Ray remodel consisting of removal of existing X-Ray machine, upgrade of wall finishes and doors to meet new machine requirements, install new slab and structural steel and installation of new system.  

Overview:  
Maintaining clean Level-4 infectious control environment during construction while maintaining facility operations.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area Architect Status
Seton Medical Center - X-Ray 8 weeks
N/A Complete

Seton Medical Center    Sterilizer

Project Summary:
Sterilizer remodel consisted of 2 phases of infection control within functioning sterilizer room, removal of old sterilizer and installation of new sterilizer. 

Overview:  
Maintaining clean Level-4 infectious control environment during construction while maintaining facility operations.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area Architect Status
Seton Medical Center - Sterilizer 8 weeks
N/A Complete

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital    New MPOE, Primary Server Facility and Offices

Project Summary:
Remodeled former Cath Lab suite into secure primary IT server facility with offices. Project included MPOE for AT&T service and new “backbone” distribution for both the medical center and OPC.

Overview:  
New steel beams were added to the floor to carry server load. A new dedicated AHU and Exhaust Fan were installed on the roof and a new UPS system as added. Due to tight floor to floor clearance, careful coordination and documentation was required.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area Architect Status
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland Five months 1,200 sq ft HDR Architecture Complete

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital   OR #4 & Special Procedures Suite Renovation

Project Summary:
This six phase project included development of new OR #4 in the former equipment/storage space and the conversion of support space into two new Induction Rooms adjacent to the OR’s. The Special Procedures suite was expanded and renovated.

Overview:  
The OR suite remained in continuous operation. We maintained a clean level-4 infection control environment and worked closely with the OR staff to maintain efficient and safe operations.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area Architect Status
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland Four months 930 sq ft HDR Architecture Active

Kaiser Permanente    Pleasanton | PTC Training Center at Building E

Project Summary:
This sixteen-week OSHPD project required working within a fully-occupied training facility for Kaiser. As the prime contractor, our scope of work included construction of all new walls, taping of existing perimeter walls and the new construction of a glass wall at the main entry. We installed hard-lid ceilings in the restrooms, suspended acoustical ceiling of varying heights, and four types of floor covering. The ceiling height doors, frames and hardware were installed per Kaiser’s building standard. 

Overview:
We worked with Kaiser’s CPFC throughout the project and coordinated other trades who weren’t in our scope of work. The building was fully-occupied, had level-3 infection dust control and required MSDS reports maintained daily.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area Architect

Status
Kaiser Permanente | Pleasanton 14 weeks 7,984 sq ft Huntsman Architectural Group Complete

Kaiser Permanente   Pleasanton | Infusion Laboratory and Mom & Baby Clinic Remodel

Project Summary:
This expedited ten-week OSHPD project was located in an occupied hospital. We acted as the general contractor, maintained dust control for all trades, provided complete demolition of the existing space, and installed all new walls within the space, including new perimeter fire-rated demising walls .

We added new sink stations in clean room millwork, stainless steel counters, new acoustical ceiling throughout and new fire rated doors at the exterior. Finishes included Kaiser standard Nora Environcase floor covering, painting, accessories and wall-coverings. 

Overview:
We maintained level-3 Infectious dust control in a fully-occupied mom and baby ward at Pleasanton hospital. This was an OSHPD-inspected project that required daily MSDS reports.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area Architect

Status
Kaiser Permanente | Pleasanton 9 weeks 3,286 sq ft Blake Drucker Architects Complete

Kaiser Permanente   Vallejo Hospital | Family Residency Remodel and EVS Locker Room

Project Summary:
This OSHPD-inspected project was located in a fully occupied hospital with the trauma center located above the area of construction. We acted as the prime contractor while working with CPFC.

Our scope of work included the complete demolition and contained off-haul of the existing build-out, new partitions to deck, upgraded fire-rated corridor door assemblies at three entrances.

We provided glazing, millwork, new acoustical ceiling grid system, toilet accessories at three new ADA restrooms and showers, 200 ADA aluminum locker installation, ADA wood benches and pedestal supports, Nora Environcare floor covering  (required heavy floor preparation), smoothing and leveling, corner guards, and full-body mirrors.

Overview:
We worked with CPFC and coordinated their trades on this OSHPD-inspected project. The location was a fully-occupied, sensitive work environment that required full infection and dust control, including barriers and air scrubbers throughout the duration of the construction project.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area Architect Status
Kaiser Permanente | Vallejo Hospital 12 weeks 4,336 sq ft HY Architects Complete

Kaiser Permanente   Walnut Creek Medical Center | Nutrition Station Remodel

Project Summary:
We installed 14 nursing stations at Walnut Creek Medical Center. This project required demolition and contained off-haul, millwork, carpentry, drywall, taping, FRP protection, sealants and caulking, painting, new grid and ceiling tile, floor covering, plumbing and electrical. We also installed  owner-supplied equipment.

Overview:
This project was set in occupied trauma and cardiac wings of Walnut Creek hospital  and required infection and dust control Level-3, 24/7 (air scrubbers and barriers) and MSDS report maintenance.

Project Data
Client Duration Area

Architect Status
Kaiser Permanente 42 weeks 2,100 sq ft | 150 sq ft each HY Architects Complete

Kaiser Permanente   South San Francisco Reheat Coil Replacement

Project Summary:
We replaced 12 reheat coils in operating rooms, exam rooms and connecting hallways while all facilities remained in operation within a hospital. This was an OSHPD-inspected project.

Overview:
We worked at odd night hours depending on surgery schedules. This involved coordination with hospital operations.

Project Data
Client Duration Area Architect Status
Kaiser Permanente 16 weeks
HY Architects Complete

Tampico Terrace Care Center   New Nurse Stations and Landscaping

Project Summary:
Working at the Tampico Terrace Care Center since 2008, we have completed numerous projects, including installations of new nursing stations at north and south areas constructed within a fully occupied area, ADA shower rooms, performed exterior modifications and ADA upgrades. We provided landscaping improvements, including the demolition and removal of existing hardscape entry, landscaping, irrigation, 12 eucalyptus trees and curbs. We provided and installed new irrigation and landscaping, which consisted of new trees, foliage and compost, a colored concrete stairwell with step lighting, new ADA ramp and brushed nickel hand rails, spotlighting and two copper finished and stone tiled exterior signage for the facility.

Overview:
Maintaining infectious control in a 24/7 110 bed acute care environment.

Project Data
Client

Status Area Architect Landscaping
Tampico Terrace Care Center Complete 28, 926 sq ft The Stinnett Group Thomas Baak & Ass.