Kaiser Permanente wanted to construct a state-of-the-art outpatient cancer facility for the Dublin, CA area.
Extremely wet conditions at the project threatened to delay its start, but GBI was able to lime treat the site to dry the native material and construct the building pad. There were notable challenges during the course of the project, including that the existing black material was only shown in one location in the soils report, and the R-value from soils report did not match what was actually in field.
By the end of the project, GBI had lime treated 1,829,294 square feet of the pad and site, pre-compacted 439,595 square feet of fill area, provided 30,928 tons of aggregate base for the parking lot and 8,845 tons of AC paving, and fine graded 134,948 square feet of landscape.
The cancer center is over 220,000 square feet and houses a laboratory, pharmacy, X-ray facility, and health education center all under one roof.