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Stanford Hoover Pavilion Renovation

Palo Alto, CA

Stanford Hoover Pavilion TEECOM

OverviewStanford Hoover Pavilion

Stanford Hospital & Clinics is renovating the Hoover Pavilion building, a 5-story medical facility totaling 85,000 sf. TEECOM provided security, audiovisual, and telecommunication systems for the project. The building’s primary post-renovation function will be as a medical office building that houses Stanford Clinics and Stanford Community Physicians, including labs, support spaces, and food service. Though this building is not currently listed on the California Register of Historic Places, the renovation will be designed to comply with the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation of Historic Properties.

(Image ©Bruce Damonte)

Benefit to the Client

Our design team provided additional door hardware consulting and review to the architectural team, and worked with the architectural team to develop a design that resulted in zero change orders or significant RFI’s. TEECOM’s acceptance testing identified and corrected significant issues with the video surveillance servers that had been programmed by the contractor.

(Image ©Bruce Damonte)

 

TEECOM’s Contribution

TEECOM provided designs for electronic security systems, infrastructure for audiovisual presentation and conference systems, and CATV/DBS distribution systems.

Services Provided

Security

Security

Access Control and Alarm Monitoring Systems; Video Surveillance Systems; Intrusion Detection Systems; Entry Telephone Systems

Audiovisual

Audiovisual

Conduits and Backboxes; Power Requirements

Stanford Hoover Pavilion Renovation

Location 211 Quarry Road Palo Alto CA, 94304

Project Type Medical Office Building

Project Team

Owner: Stanford Medicine
Architect: TEF Design

Project Size

85,000 sf

Completion Date

2013

LEED Certification

Targeting LEED Silver

Project Awards

2016 SCUP AIA/CAE Excellence in Architecture-Rehabilitation – Honorable Mention Award

Photographer

©Bruce Damonte

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