The Tom and Billie Long Patient Care Tower is a 5-story, 380,000 square-foot medical tower, central utility plant facility, and underground loading dock that was part of the expansion and remodel of the John Muir Medical Center. The new tower is a steel-braced frame with concrete slab over metal deck which includes a curtain wall, storefront, punched windows, precast, stone, metal and plaster system façade. The new main lobby features a skylight with glass rotunda. This project was subject to OSHPD review.
CDC provided drawings and engineering for the curtain wall, storefront system, punch windows, steel structure supporting glass at main entrance, and exterior composite metal panels. Interior composite panels at the rotunda and monolithic aluminum bracing covers were later added to the scope.