City of Hope National Medical Center

The City of Hope National Medical Center project consisted of:

  • Responsible as the Senior Consultant to City of Hope in their application and acceptance into the FEMA Seismic Hazard Mitigation Program for Hospitals (SHMPH), as well as liaison with the City of Hope Master Planning Committee. The SHMPH process realized in excess of $100M in FEMA funding for the new City of Hope Main Hospital Building.

Project Highlights:

  • Performed campus-wide utility assessments in concert with subcontracted mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire/life/safety engineers. Evaluated risk issues related to earthquake and other disaster impacts
  • Coordinated the historicity evaluation by the State of California’s Office of Emergency Services to several structures including the Philadelphia building, the Gift Shop, the former Main Hospital Structure, and other out-buildings.
  • Managed the demolition and deconstruction process associated with the FEMA SHMPH process. Performed offsite preconstruction and bid administration, along with on-site Construction Management and Inspection services.

Owner and Contact Information:

Victor Pacurer, VP Facilities, City of Hope

Beezley Project Representative/Role:

Jonathan Levy, Construction Manager

Construction Date:

1995-1997