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Title: Microsoft PowerPoint - SFGH Information
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San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center
General Facts 

Introduction 
SFGH is building a new nine‐story acute care 
hospital that is seismically safe,  green, and 
technologically advanced . Construction on 
the Rebuild began in 2009 and we look 
forward to the ribbon cutting ceremony in 
2015. The new hospital will be a warm, 
healing environment with private patient 
rooms, abundant natural light and a sunny 
roof‐top garden. The latest technology and 
award‐winning design  will deliver patient‐
centered care and increase ER and operating  
room capacity meet the needs of the future. 

Sustainability  
The goal of the project is to reach a Leadership 
in Energy and Environmental  Design (LEED) 
Gold Certification.  Highlights include , 1) 
enhanced building commissioning  to optimize 
energy efficiency & operations and 2) base 
Isolated design reduced usage of structural 
steel by 3000 tons at a savings of $10 million 
compared to fixed base structural frame.

This is a project of the  San Francisco 
Department of Public Health –
Director, Barbara A. Garcia
Location – 1001 Potrero Avenue
Size – Approx. 453,000 square feet

Green Features  
21% estimated less energy
40% less water 
Non‐toxic Interior finishes
No‐VOC paint 
A roof garden 
Native and drought tolerant vegetation

Economy & Safety  
30% SF Resident local hiring 
3000 new jobs 
Latest in seismic technology consisting 
Building design for maximum Patient Safety
Exceeds minimum ADA accessibility 

Cost ‐ General Obligation Bond (Prop 
A)  was passed by the SF voters with 
an  84% margin in the November 
2008 for $887.4 million.
Project Manager: Ronald Alameida 
(SFDPW) and Project Design Team is 
Fong & Chan Architects

SFGH LEED Checklist

2/12/2015

San Francisco General

LEED Point Summary for Current Matrix by Category

LEED® NCv2.2 Point Summary Graphs
Summary of Credits

8

sustainable sites
3

1

unlikely
credits
1

3

6

2

3

0

5

1

7

energy and atmosphere

5

1

5
3
8

1
0
1

2
0
0

9
2
5

materials and resources 0

5

1

4

indoor environmental quality

Total Credits

Total Credits

0 2

4

Approved
23

Likely
Credits

Possible
Credits
14

6

26

3

innovation in design

2

3

1 10
5

10

likely credits

23

Total Credits

0

10

20

silver

certified

Approve
d
23

Approved

Arup

7

15

possible credits

20

unlikely credits

Total LEED Point Summary for Current Matrix

Project Point Summary

Likely
Credits
14

9

6

approved

Possible
Credits
6

2

Unlikely
Credits

0

Unlikely
Credits
26

5

0

water efficiency
indoor environmental
quality
materials and
resources
energy and
atmosphere
water efficiency
sustainable sites

10

platinum

approved
innovation in design

possible
credits

gold

likely
credits

14

6

30

40

Likely Credits

26

50

60

Possible Credits

70

80

Unlikely Credits

20150211 SFGH LEED NCv2.2 Tracking Matrix.xls


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