UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Center

San Francisco, California
 UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Center
 UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Center
 UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Center
 UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Center
 UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Center
 UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Center
"This culminates a 10-year dream. This building will bring together some of the best scientists in the world to work on these common diseases of the brain. The opportunity for major progress is tremendous." 
Dr. Stanley Prusiner
Nobel Laureate, Director and Professor, UCSF Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases
Project description
Home to the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Neurology, the Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases, and the W.M. Keck Foundation Center for Integrative Neuroscience, the Sandler Neurosciences Center, located in the Mission Bay Innovation District, is one of the largest neuroscience complexes in the world.
Through a collaborative effort, Edgemoor partnered with the University to develop, finance, design, construct, and manage the Sandler Neurosciences Center on UCSF’s Mission Bay Campus. Edgemoor was responsible for coordinating all of the development activities including entitlements, permitting, design management, asset management, and oversight of final delivery and building occupancy. The 237,000 square-foot building has both clinical and laboratory research space, BSL-3 space, a vivarium, auditorium, and support/office space.
Project Type
Public Private Partnerships
Project Details
Cost: $208 Million
Size: 237,000 Square Feet
LEED Gold Certified

DBIA Western Pacific Region - Excellence Award, Science Lab Project
San Francisco Business Times, San Francisco Best Real Estate Deal, 2013

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UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Lifecycle

We understand that every client is different and that each project will contain some, if not all, of the Project Lifecycle elements. The UCSF Sandler Neurosciences Center, structured as a Design-Build-Finance-Operate-Maintain (DBFOM) project, included the following lifecycle elements: