Projects
Utah Valley Hospital - Provo, UT

HTS, Inc. was awarded the Utah Valley Hospital project in early 2017. The replacement hospital, which broke ground in 2015 and is planned for completion in 2019, will be comprised of a 600,000 square feet 12-story patient tower and a 9-story outpatient building. While adding just 10 additional beds, the design of the new facility is focused on enhancing patient experience with an increase in the average patient room size from 225 square feet to 300 square feet. When complete, it will become the tallest building in Utah County and will redefine the skyline of Provo.


Stony Brook University Expansion - Stony Brook, NY

HTS, Inc. was awarded the Stony Brook expansion project in May 2017 and is slated to open in late 2018. When complete, it will include a 225,000 square foot bed tower and a 240,000 square foot Medicine and Research Translation building (MART). The 10-story Hospital Pavilion will contain 150 inpatient beds. Four floors will be dedicated to a new Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. The pavilion will also include a pediatric intensive care unit, adolescent unit, procedure suite, hematology/oncology unit and medical/surgical units. The complex also features an expanded imaging department, 12 new classrooms and a 300-seat auditorium. The MART will be devoted to cancer research and care, including the new location for the Stony Brook University Cancer Center. The MART will also house advanced biomedical imaging and biomedical informatics, including a PET/CT scanner.   


Stanford Redwood City Outpatient Center - Redwood City, CA

HTS, Inc. was awarded the 360,000 square foot Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center in late 2016. When complete, the Outpatient Center will include 96 exam rooms, 3 MRIs, 6 CTs and 6 operating rooms designed for the increasing number of surgical procedures not requiring hospitalization. The new facility will provide outpatient services for orthopedic surgery and sports medicine, dermatology, sleep medicine and pain management as well as diagnostic imaging services. Additionally, a new Digestive Health Center and Weight Loss Center are also planned. The project is scheduled for completion in 2018.


Loma Linda University Medical Center - Loma Linda, CA

HTS, Inc. was awarded Loma Linda University Medical Center in July 2016. Construction began in 2016 and is planned to be completed by 2020. The main project includes a new 720,000 SF replacement of critical care and acute care units. The Pediatric tower will consist of 96 new beds and the adult tower of 336 new beds. Upon completion, the hospital will stand at 267-feet tall – longer than a football field. The hospital will include a 60-seat chapel, a conference center, 16 stories, a basement floor and new helipad. 


NYU Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion - New York, NY

HTS was engaged for the 21 story 830,000 square foot NYU Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion project in January 2016 which is targeted for completion mid-2018. The new tower will contain 374 inpatient rooms that will offer single beds to help prevent infections from spreading. It will also be home to the new Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital. Additionally, the project includes construction of a 71,000-square foot Energy Building, which is designed to make the facility more environmentally friendly. The energy Building will provide a co-generation, or combined heat and power, natural gas power plant to generate the medical campus. 


Ventura County Medical Center - Ventura, CA

HTS, Inc. was awarded the Ventura County Medical Center Replacement Wing in January 2016. Construction began in 2013 and is planned to be completed by mid- 2017. The proposed project will construct approximately 220,000 square feet of acute care facilities.  The new wing will support numerous medical services, including emergency, surgery obstetrics, ICU, NICU, PICU, and imaging. The building is planned to be 3 stories high plus a mechanical enclosure on top.  The project will also include relocating the existing steam plant operations into the new building, partial demolition of the existing facilities, and renovation of the existing facilities that are not demolished.   


Lucile Packard Children's Hospital - Palo Alto, CA
 
HTS Inc. was awarded the Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital expansion project in 2015. The expansion will include a new main building, adding 521,000 square feet to the approximately 300,000 square foot existing hospital and 149 new patient beds. The hospital broke ground in 2012 and is scheduled to open in 2017. When complete the new facility will be the most technologically advanced children’s hospital in the United States and will optimize the hospital’s services and infrastructure with private rooms, state-of-the-art operating suites, family-friendly amenities, and the flexible floor space.


Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital - Santa Barbara, CA
 
In July of 2015, FreightTrain® Solutions was engaged by McCarthy Building Co. to support the inspection, Observation & Punch List process for the new 120,000 square foot Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital project. The new building will be designed to remain functional after a 7.0 earthquake and will provide a third patient pavilion along with a new Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

The Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital project is scheduled for completion in 2018.


Apple Campus 2 - Cupertino, CA

In September 2014, FreightTrain® Solutions began implementation of our online construction management suite to support the inspection & Observation process for the construction of the new 5 Million square foot LEED certified Apple Campus. The project consists of 3.5 Million sq. ft. of usable space and 1.5 million sq. ft. of additional construction making it the largest commercial project on the west coast.

The Apple Campus 2 project is scheduled for completion in 2017.


University of San Francisco Medical Center at Mission Bay - San Francisco, CA

In March of 2014, FreightTrain® Solutions began implementation of our online FitUp software, allowing our users at UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay to track product installation and room readiness. As one of the first LEED Gold certified hospitals in California, the project consists of 878,000 sq. ft. of new space, including 289 patient beds. 
 


Kaiser Redwood City Medical Center – Redwood City, CA
 
In August 2011, FreightTrain was designated by Kaiser Permanente to provide software support for the OSHPD inspection process throughout the construction of the new Kaiser Redwood City Replacement Hospital. The 296K square foot campus is comprised of a Central Utilities Plant, as well as the Main Hospital. FreightTrain has expanded its functionality for the project and has implemented additional online modules and tools to support its overall completion. 

Kaiser Redwood City is scheduled for completion in December 2014.


Alta Bates East Bay Medical Center – Oakland, CA
 
In October 2010, FreightTrain Solutions was awarded the scope of providing software to help facilitate the OSHPD inspection process at Sutter Health's Alta Bates East Bay Medical Center for the Patient Care Pavilion building. The Patient Care Pavilion will house 243 medical/surgical and acute rehabilitation beds, and consists of a 13 story Tower and a basement/rooftop Central Utilities Plant. In addition to providing support to the inspection process, FreightTrain has also provided a suite of modules to help track and report and monitor all Site Observation Reports and Architectural Punch Listing.

Alta Bates East Bay Medical Center Acute Care Pavilion is scheduled for completion in early 2014.


Kaiser San Leandro Medical Center – San Leandro, CA
 
Kaiser San Leandro is one Kaiser Permanente's newest editions to the San Francisco Bay Area. Consisting of a Central Utilities Plant, Hospital Support Building and the Main Hospital spanning over 741,000 square feet in its entirety. In October 2010, FreightTrain Solutions was implemented to track inspection requests and observation reports through the phase of construction. Additional FreightTrain solutions were utilized to support the contractor and architectural punch listing in April 2013.

Kaiser San Leandro is scheduled to open in June 2014. 


Queen of The Valley Medical Center – Napa, CA
 
In August of 2010, FreightTrain Solutions began implementation of our online construction management suite to support the OSHPD inspection process for the construction of the new 72K square foot LEED Gold certified Acute Care Pavilion. By providing our Inspection request module, and our Construction Observations module we were able to track inspections as well as any issues through the duration of the project resulting in an efficient process to manage workflow.

In addition to FreightTrain’s software suite, HTS (FreightTrain’s parent company) was selected to provide support to the commissioning services of this project. The Queen of the Valley Medical Center Acute Care Pavilion was completed in Fall 2013. 
 
 

Kaiser Oakland Medical Center - Oakland, CA

In July 2010, FreightTrain® was engaged by Kaiser Permanente to provide our software to support the OSHPD inspection process throughout construction of the new 930K square foot Kaiser Oakland campus. The campus is comprised of a Central Utilities Plant, Special Medical Office Building and the main Hospital. Making it the largest hospital currently on the west coast. FreightTrain® has expanded its functionality for the project and has implemented additional online modules and tools to help support the successful completion of this project.

Kaiser Oakland Medical Center Replacement Hospital is scheduled for completion in July 2014.


Kaiser South Bay Medical Center - Harbor City, CA
 
In 2010, FreighTrain® was approached by Kaiser Permanente to provide our software to support their OSHPD inspection process throughout construction of the new 108,000 square foot hospital annex building on the existing Kaiser South Bay Campus. Kaiser utilized the Inspection Request module, along with Contractor Punch List (CPL) and Architectural Punch List (APL).  With the success of FreightTrain on the Annex project, this encouraged Kaiser Permanente to keep FreightTrain for their next phase of construction.

FreightTrain Solutions are now providing software to support Kaiser’s OSHPD inspection process throughout construction of the new 280,036 square foot Replacement Hospital, and 11,296 square foot Central Utility Plant.

Kaiser's South Bay Medical Center Replacement Hospital is scheduled for completion in winter 2014.


St. Joseph Eureka Hospital – Eureka, CA
 
St. Joseph Hospital's new $145 million, 100,000 square foot NE Wing will house a pre-operative department, post-anesthesia care unit, surgical suite with eight operating rooms, catheterization lab, intensive care unit, progressive care unit, expanded emergency department, diagnostic imaging, sterile processing, expanded lobby and family lounges with additional patient and visitor comforts. 

FreightTrain was brought on board in 2010 to help support the projects OSHPD inspection process, as well as the Architects Punch process through the utilization of its CM software. In addition, HTS (FreightTrain's parent company) was also incorporated with the project fulfilling the Commissioning Scope.

St. Josephs Eureka Hospital successful opened its North East Wing in  Fall of 2012.


Kaiser Permanente Downey Medical Center – Downey, CA 
 
In August 2006, FreightTrain was engaged by Kaiser Permanente to provide our software to support the OSHPD inspection process throughout construction of the 352 bed hospital and central plant for the Downey Medical Center Project. Five months later, in January 2007, HTS/HDR was selected as the commissioning agent for the project. The synergy of our commissioning team supported by the FreightTrain® software suite allowed HTS/HDR to facilitate a cost-effective, programmatic, and cooperative construction process. 

Though designed as one complex, the hospital and central plant were to be built on separate schedules, necessitating a stable and enduring commissioning strategy. Bolstered by early software functionality and project familiarity, HTS/HDR has been able to develop a clear commissioning plan, implement an MEP systems operability review cycle for commissioned systems, observe and manage pre-functional tests, and develop functional performance test procedures. Additionally, FreightTrain® has expanded its functionality for the project and has implemented additional online modules to support building system's commission and punch list completion. 


Mills Peninsula Hospital – Burlingame, CA
 
The Sutter Health Mills-Peninsula Medical Center is a six story Acute Care facility housing 311 beds and 10 operating rooms. Breaking ground in 2006, Turner Construction implemented and utilized several innovative construction technologies such as 3D BIM modeling and FreightTrain Solutions. FreightTrain was brought on board by Turner to help facilitate and track the projects inspection requests, obersavation reports and punch listing. The $640 Million 630K square feet complex was opened in May 2011. 


Kaiser Permanente Rebuild, LA Medical Center Sunset Project – Los Angeles, CA 
 
In August 2003, FreightTrain was selected by Kaiser Permanente to be the online database software support for their new 450+ bed, LAMC replacement hospital. Using modules that track the installation and testing of equipment, coordination of inspections and issue management. HTS (FreightTrain's Parent Company) was selected by Kaiser to be the Commissioning Agent.

HTS created an Electrical Energization Plan in preparation for utility energization of the new Central Plant switchgear and substations, and is currently supporting the functional performance testing of building systems. HTS is performing systems reviews for development of Pre-functional and Functional Performance Test procedures for startup and commissioning of the Central Plant and Hospital along with detailed milestone schedules that demonstrate the MEP system turnover process for the overall project. 
 
 
 
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