UC San Francisco | Precision Cancer Medicine Building
San Francisco, CA
Photos: Stantec (renderings)
  • 179,650 sf
  • $127 million
  • Design-build with two-year schedule

The goals of the PCMB are to “bring the latest and most personalized treatments to patients quicker than ever before and ensure our patients are front and center in everything we do,” according to Alan Ashworth, the president of the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center and senior vice president for cancer services at UCSF Health.

In alignment with these goals, the new PCMB will help integrate UCSF’s research and clinical teams so that they can apply new discoveries to real cancer care. The 179,650 sf building will include cancer specialty clinics including cutting-edge cancer care, an infusion center, spaces for radiation oncology therapy, MRI and LINAC services, a pharmacy and a laboratory. The building will be adjacent to the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, which includes the new Bakar Cancer Hospital, allowing ease of collaboration between UCSF’s cancer care specialists. The building will contain 120 rooms for exams, procedures and consultations.

The project is being delivered via the design-build method within a two-year schedule. All disciplines are collaborating in UCSF's big room, the Integrated Center for Design & Construction, to meet the project goals.