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Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Sobrato Pavilion

A place for all, regardless of ability to pay

  • 546K

    Square Feet

  • 42%

    Energy Savings

  • San Jose, California

    San Jose, California

A center for rehabilitation at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is the designated regional trauma center, burn center, and spinal cord injury center. The new 280 bed Patient Bed Building I and Rehabilitation Center houses the Center of Excellence for rehabilitation in spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries. The new center advances Santa Clara's excellence in spinal cord and brain injury care with a separate unit for each population. Included in the new facility will be inpatient and outpatient full rehabilitation therapy for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord, aquatics, intensive care unit, acute care, pharmacy, cafeteria, conference center, and general medical and surgical beds for special procedures.

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center has a strong commitment to sustainability and Patient Bed Building I is designed to be among the highest performers in healthcare with respect to energy consumption, water consumption, low impact site design, healthy and green materials, and excellent indoor environmental quality. This project anticipates a very high level of LEED Gold certification, with a 42 percent energy savings over California's Title 24 Savings By Design baseline.

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Meet Our Team

Lynn Befu, Principal

By merging the diverse needs of client advocates and design disciplines, we aim to achieve elegant and simple solutions that satisfy as many goals as possible.

Judhajit (Jude) Chakraborty, Associate, Senior Sustainability Consultant

My goal is simple: regardless of my role, projects I work on will enhance individual well-being, benefit communities, and sustain our planet.
Judhajit (Jude) Chakraborty Associate, Senior Sustainability Consultant Read More

Annie Coull, Senior Architect, Healthcare

Healthcare architecture is the result of a perfect fusion of the ordinary and extraordinary, and this is manifested most creatively in environments for children.

Denise Fong, Principal, Lighting

Lighting is a fourth dimension. It’s not stone or fabric you can touch, but has a critical influence on spaces that draw people in.

Lynn Befu

Principal

Judhajit (Jude) Chakraborty

Associate, Senior Sustainability Consultant

Annie  Coull

Senior Architect, Healthcare

Denise Fong

Principal, Lighting

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