Project Overview

The Administrative Support Building will serve as administrative office space for physicians and hospital staff. It will not have any clinical functions.

Construction of the ASB is an important piece of the BCH Oakland Campus Modernization, as it will allow for the relocation of staff from seismically non-compliant buildings south of 52nd Street and enable the future construction of the New Hospital Building project. Project construction is expected to begin in July 2023.

Community Involvement

Community members are welcome to attend upcoming meetings on the Administrative Support Building or review previous meeting documentation. Additional documentation is also available for review related to this building. See draft approval documentation

Construction Updates

Community construction updates for UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland campus are available through UCSF Community and Government Relations (CGR). You can sign up for construction updates about the Oakland campus at www.ucsf.edu/cgr/signup by selecting Oakland Community Construction Updates.

Modernization Construction Project Updates

Meetings with the Community

December 13, 2023
Community Meeting No. 9
See meeting materials

September 13, 2023
Community Meeting No. 8
See meeting materials

June 14, 2023
Community Meeting No. 7
See meeting materials

May 10, 2023
Community Meeting No. 6
See meeting materials

April 4, 2023
Community Meeting No. 5
See meeting materials

March 8, 2023
Community Meeting No. 4
See meeting materials

November 14, 2022
Community Meeting No. 3
See meeting materials

June 23, 2022
Community Meeting No. 2
See meeting materials

May 26, 2022
Community Meeting No. 1
See meeting materials

Contact

Jessica Arline
Associate Director, Community and Government Relations
[email protected] | 628.777.4513

Community & Government Relations Projects

UCSF is engaged in a variety of ongoing projects designed to enhance the campus and medical center, and better serve both patients and the greater community.

When we embark on any project, planning always includes engagement with the local community.