Below are some frequently asked questions about the new CPMC Van Ness Campus. If you have specific questions, visit our Contact Us page.


What is being constructed at this site?
California Pacific Medical Center and the Integrated Project Delivery Team are constructing two state-of-the-art health care facilities: a 740,000-square-foot modern acute care hospital and an adjacent 253,000-square-foot medical office building connected by an underground pedestrian walkway.
How long will construction last?
Construction of the hospital should be completed by mid-2018, and the medical office building is scheduled to be constructed by early 2019. The campus is scheduled to be fully operational for patient care in 2019. Please view our construction activity page for more details and camera views of ongoing work.
What are the general hours of construction?
Typical construction work hours are from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., Monday through Friday. Saturday construction work may take place between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. during the demolition phase, and 7a.m. – 5 p.m. thereafter.
How do I receive updates on construction activity?
Please sign up for updates to stay informed.
What are the impacts of construction on traffic, bus routes and the surrounding neighborhoods?
Construction is well-contained, and bus routes are operating as usual. To minimize parking impacts, we encourage our construction team to use public transportation, with surrounding public garages still available for parking. Further construction mitigation measures are also in place.
Will the project be LEED certified?
The hospital at the Van Ness Campus will be LEED certified, and the adjacent medical office will be LEED-Silver certified. The campus features sustainable and innovative designs to conserve water and energy.
When complete, will the campus have parking available?
The campus will accommodate patients and visitors with a 376,000-square-foot underground parking garage.
When complete, what services will be available at the site?
The 12-story acute care hospital will be home to women’s, children’s, cardiology, oncology, emergency care and transplant departments, and will have 274 patient beds in a facility that complies with seismic codes. The nine-story medical office building will provide outpatient services and support CPMC’s health care professionals.
When complete, will the campus be accessible via public transportation?
The Van Ness Campus will be serviced by several major Muni lines and will be accessible by public transit. Plan your trip at www.sfmta.com.
Are you taking job applications to work on the construction project?
HerreroBOLDT and our Integrated Project Delivery Team are proud of our robust hiring program for San Francisco residents and San Francisco-based businesses. Please complete a trade person interest form or a contractor interest form for job opportunities.
Whom do I contact if I have more questions about this site?
For general questions about the Van Ness Campus, please call (415) 762-7447 or email vngcproject@cpmc2020.org. Our team is also available to answer any questions at www.cpmc2020.org/contact-us.