Project Summary Client: Laguna Honda Hospital Architects: Anshen + Allen; Stantec Architecture Associate Architect, Interior Design: Fougeron Architecture Interior Design: Kai-Yee Woo and Associates Associate Architects: Powell & Partners Architects; Tsang Architecture MEP Engineer: Arup & Partners California Construction Manager At-Risk: Turner Construction Photography: [C]2010 David Wakely Construction Square Footage: 156,993 (south residence); 208,377 (east residence); 143,044 (link building); 150,000 (renovation) Total Project Cost: $584,946,602 Construction Cost (new): $363,000,000 Cost/Sq.
What does LHH stand for?
LHH stands for Laguna Honda Hospital (San Francisco, California)
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Finally, in October 2006, six residents of Laguna Honda Hospital in San Francisco filed suit seeking release to home- and community-based resources they claimed were readily available in the city and a reasonable alternative to an expensive planned replacement facility.
The firm was recently awarded major projects by Laguna Honda Hospital in San Francisco and Mills-Peninsula Replacement Hospital in Burlingame.
During the two work stoppages, Service Employees Local 790 settled without a stoppage for 1,600 registered nurses employed by San Francisco General Hospital, Laguna Honda Hospital, and other city health care facilities.
Presented by: Lawrence Funk and Sharon Woodworth As a case study, Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center exemplifies how a community-involved planning process integrated with quality-of-life design innovations can create a holistic healing environment that dignifies the aging experience for patients and improves care practices.
The Academy of Sciences, the Laguna Honda Hospital, the Golden Gate Music Concourse and the Islais Creek Muni Facility have "given us a means to learn what works and what doesn't work," he says.