TAIT was the Civil Engineering Consultant for the County’s Design-Build of the innovative 10 acre OC Animal Care Facility. The facility includes a 2-story 40,000 SF administration building with state of the art veterinary facilities, six dog kennels, special cat housing quarters, and a small corral. The project also includes eight storm water bio-filtration basins to treat storm water runoff from the site before it enters the public storm drain system.
Mission Viejo, CA
This project provided a 17,000 sq. ft. medical support facility building called Rancho Medical Plaza near the hospital in Mission Viejo, CA.
Leaps and Bounds is a 21,182 sq. ft. pediatric therapy facility that teaches motor skills to special needs children. The difference between this facility and others is that they combine the use of horses in their treatment.
Costa Mesa, CA
New Directions for Women is an approximately 12,000 sq. ft. drug and alcohol treatment campus for women. The Faith Building will have a total of 12 dorm rooms designed to accommodate 1 patient each along with her children, administrative staff, children’s day care and after school facilities, meeting rooms, and medical/consultation rooms.
The Ventura County Medical Center is a state of the art, fully integrated hospital and clinic. TAIT was contracted by Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz for the civil engineering design of the new 43 bed mental health unit as part of Ventura County's 88,000 square feet expansion to the Ventura County Medical Center.
Mission Viejo, CA
Mission Hospital is a hospital in South Orange County that is leading the way in providing patients with the most advanced diagnostic care and treatment in the world. TAIT provided civil engineering design for the 13 acre medical center that consists of a 5-story medical office building, and a 7-story parking structure.
St. Joseph Hospital in Orange County, CA is the 10th largest not-for-profit health system in the United States. Since 1993, TAIT has provided civil engineering and surveying services to large scale projects and upgrades on this state of the art facility.
Los Angeles, CA
TAIT was retained by Cedar-Sinai Medical Center to provide surveying and engineering services as part of the seismic upgrade to their SSB-3 West Lab in Los Angeles, California. Prior to the start of construction, the contractor needed an accurate survey of the existing improvements at the planned locations of the OXO frames that would provide seismic resistance to ground movement for the existing four story structure. TAIT’s two person survey crew collected data and took shots of the existing improvements that would interfere with the proposed construction. The information was then provided to the design team to make needed adjustments in placement of the caissons.