The Dublin Planning Commission has voted unanimously to support Kaiser Permanente's proposed 1.2 million-square-foot specialty care medical campus next to Interstate 580.
Ron Wetter, community and government relations manager at Kaiser Permanente, reported that highlights of the three-phase campus plans include the following:
· Phase 1A will include a Hub medical office building with advanced facilities, including an urgent care clinic, medical office space, and a radiation/oncology center. The estimated construction time for the three-story, 220,000 square feet building, will be between 2016 and 2020.
· Phase 1B will include commercial uses, such as retail, office, ancillary health-related facilities and a business park. The estimated construction time for the 250,000 square feet building space will also be between 2016 and 2020.
· Phase 2 will be a high-acuity medical services building that could include a hospital. The estimated construction time for the five-story, 400,000-square-foot building space will be between 2025 and 2035. Phase 2 will also include a campus Energy Center that will be about 50,000 square feet.
· Phase 3 will be a second medical office building. The estimated construction time for the six-story, 280,000 square feet building will be between 2035 and 2040. Phase 3 will also include a six-story parking structure and will be constructed during the same time period.
The specialty-care campus will augment the existing services that Kaiser currently provides to 135,000 Tri-Valley members at the San Ramon, Livermore and Pleasanton medical offices.
For additional information, contact Wetter at (925) 372-1475.