The Valley Health Center in Sunnyvale had reached its maximum space capacity and was not able to accommodate the local demand for primary care services in its existing three-story building. Through a series of facilitated interactions, ABA worked with key stakeholders in the Ambulatory Care, Behavioral Health, and Public Health Departments to study the service and space needs required to serve the local population.
This analysis resulted in a space needs program that right-sized department spaces for the local demand. ABA then translated these space demands into conceptual space layouts that were refined with stakeholders in a collaborative and comprehensive manner. These conceptual layouts were cost modeled for discussion and consideration of next steps.