Facility Conditions Assessment
Location: South San Francisco, CA
The project scope entailed the performance of a critical Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) for Genentech, Inc. at the Founders Research Center (FRC). The FRC I is comprised of the three (3) buildings (Bldg.10-12) which are multi-story and incorporate a total floor plate of approximately 482,000 square feet. The FRC I buildings were constructed in 1991. The FRC II is comprised of the three (3) buildings (Bldg. 13-15) which are multi-story and incorporate a total floor plate of approximately 478,000 square feet. The buildings were constructed in 2003. The six (6) buildings are located in the main campus area of the South San Francisco, CA Genentech Campus.
The FCA concentrated on critical systems that serve the FRC buildings focusing on existing buildings maintenance/operations, integration/review of previous studies, financial analysis and risk assessment and corrective and preventive action. Every item of critical equipment was photographed, cataloged and entered into a database as known as the Red/Green Report. These assessments delivered a Master Red/Green report which focused on needed or critical system upgrades, retrofits, modifications, replacement, code compliance and or general improvements, updated As-Builts, design load vs. current loads, etc.
Careful coordination and extensive modifications were required to be made by ADC to adapt to the client’s needs for this particular FCA. The report formatting was heavily customized to meet the SAP input requirements, Risk Team Analysis and work order creations. The final reporting allowed the team to quickly identify components, verify grading, input data in software, generate work orders, evaluate entire systems and remediate major deficiencies. Approximately 4,000 separate items were identified in this FCA allowing Genentech to better manage this critical facility.
On time with Sixteen (16) week deadline, Immediate Remediation of High Risk and/or Critical Deficiencies, Under budget, Surpassed Expectations.