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SCH-CC Quals_Draft

SCH-CC Quals_Draft

Healthcare Qualifications

Southern California Hospital, Culver City


1. Trusted Advisor & Master Builder
- Operational Excellence

- Safety
- Extraordinary People
- Our Culture

2. Relevant Project Experience

3. Client Testimonials



Snyder Langston thrives on the opportunity to bring our clients’ visions

to life by being Trusted Advisers and Master Builders. Since 1959,

we have been honored to partner with the finest architects, developers,
investors, and corporations to build a diverse selection of projects and
product types across Southern California. Our team takes great pride in
these buildings, but finds even greater accomplishment in the respect,
integrity, and relationships we build along the way.

•• Founded in 1959 Our Purpose Our Values Our Mission
•• 3 Southern California offices Building with Mastery
•• 175 Employees - Exceed Expectations To be a self-sustaining
•• $400M annual revenue - Build Relationships business that is
- Develop Expertise relentless in the
pursuit of excellence.

Healthcare Construction

We are a leading builder specializing in the full continuum of health care,
trusted by our clients for our ability to combine real estate, clinical, and
technical construction expertise to produce flexible solutions that support
this dynamic, complex healthcare industry. From large to small projects,
we have a proven track record in medical construction and infrastructure
upgrades, and guarantee the success of your most critical projects.

Snyder Langston is dedicated to providing comprehensive technical
services and creative ideas to ensure success. Our services include: Retail, Office,
Healthcare, Education,
COST ESTIMATING Science & Technology,
We deliver a BUDGET YOU CAN TRUST! Automotive,Industrial

We drive the design to the budget through our value design approach. Apartment Homes, Condominiums,
Mixed-Use, Senior Housing
Our mind-set of BUILDING WITH MASTERY results in the highest Optym (Special Services)
quality, driven by a well-executed schedule. New buildings, Tenant
Improvements, Renovations
allows us to bring together a high-performing team.

It is our responsibility to create structures and use processes that are
environmentally responsible and resource-efficient.

Our clients are assured
that a quality outcome is
not a random event, but one
that is carefully planned
and that each project
team is well trained to
deliver on our promise of
exceptional quality.


Approximately 95% of our project awards include preconstruction, a phase when Snyder Langston can provide
significant benefit, helping structure the project for success. Our goal is to create value in the beginning to
ensure the most effective, efficient process that delivers the project on-time, on-budget and at the highest
level of quality.

Project Set-up & Analysis Transparent Budgeting Site and Logistics Planning
••Identify and align client goals ••Develop conceptual budgets with ••Review master plan requirements
••Involvement in all drawing stages Modelogix, using historical data ••Evaluate infrastructure capacity,
••Proactively manage government ••3-D cost modeling with location and routing
relations including permits and D-Profiler, viewed by “trade” ••Develop staging and logistics plan
entitlements and/or by “system”, facilitating ••Coordinate applicable
cost communication between sidewalk and road closures
Constructability designers, consultants, and our ••Coordination with governing
••Confirm design intent matches clients agencies
client expectations ••Prepare final estimate with
••Review and evaluate construction D-Estimator Fully-Transparent
documents ••Prepare final GMP Subcontractor Selection
••Ensure coordination between ••Provide monthly cash-flow analysis ••Utilize 12,000+ subcontractor
architectural drawings and ••BIM-based estimating plays a SmartBidNet database
engineering disciplines to identify those best
••Review MEP systems for design critical role in our Target Value suited for project
conformance ••Validate manpower
••Identify and pre-order long-lead Delivery approach, ensuring and financial capacity
items of bidding firms
••Seek early subcontractor and the project will meet the ••Prepare and distribute
vendor input bid packages
••Provide alternate solutions in areas client’s operational needs/ ••Compile and analyze bids,
of conflict interview competitive firms
••Engage in design team page-turn values and is delivered within ••Present bid spreadsheet and
meetings award recommendation to
••Review conditions of approval budget, while promoting Owner for review and approval

Target Value Delivery innovation to increase value “You can use an eraser on
••Provide alternate solutions to the drawing table or a sledge
positively impact schedule, quality and eliminate waste hammer on the construction
and cost site.”
••Analyze MEP systems through cost- Scheduling
benefit approach ••Define construction activities – Frank Lloyd Wright
••Analyze life cycle costs ••Prepare preliminary and final
••Guide design to the budget schedules
••Create environment ••Develop project sequencing
of collaboration strategy
••Identify owner priorities ••Employ Last Planner System (LPS)/
••Continuous subcontractor Pull Planning for collaborative
feedback workflow planning and control
••Cost is considered a ••Seek subcontractor input

design constraint rather Target Value Delivery

than an output Value is defined by the Owner:

- Target Budget - Patient Experience

- Schedule - Quality


As the most tangible element of a complete project, the construction phase represents conclusion
of thorough and complete preconstruction and planning process. Setting a project up correctly in
preconstruction defines the clear path to successful construction. Snyder Langston’s commitment to our

mission: to be an exceptional team of trusted advisors collaborating with our partners to exceed

expectations and build with mastery, is achieved by executing on that plan, culminating with a project of

the highest quality and sustainable value.

Project Management Cost Control Project Close-Out and Warranty
••Coordinate with governing ••Cost-tracking and “Open Book” ••Begin with the end in mind
agencies reporting with Prolog ••Collect close-out documents
••Coordinate subcontractor activities ••Utilize Procore for tracking and throughout project
••Lead weekly OAC meetings control of project documents ••Preparation and submission of
••Submit monthly progress reports ••Provide monthly cash flow analysis all as-built and record drawings,
••Lead efficient and effective project warranties and contact
communication among Subcontractor Management information
all project stakeholders ••Lead weekly meetings ••Scheduling and organizing of all
••Lead monthly executive meetings ••Provide scope change analysis and building system and equipment
recommendations training and demonstrations
Schedule Management ••Ensure understanding of payment ••Tracking and scheduling of all
••Review construction documents process post construction services to be
••Employ Last Planner System (LPS) ••Provide monthly job cost reports provided such as post completion
for collaborative workflow planning ••Manage manpower and maintenance or equipment
and control manpower efficiency servicing as required per the
••Prepare final schedule and update contract documents
as required Quality Management ••Compilation and submission of all
••Provide 6-week look-aheads with ••Adhere to ISO 9001:2015 required Project Reports for the
Pull Planning. Pull Planning certification standards and EOR or other jurisdictions having
increases % of subcontractor procedures authority
activities promised to be ••Oversee trade validation activities ••Filing and obtaining any required
completed from 55% to 85%, to ensure complete work Certificates of Occupancy as
ensuring schedule adherence, ••Include quality guidelines in required
enhancing productivity, subcontractor bid packages ••Monitor site to ensure warranty
reducing cost and improving ••Pre-qualify subcontractors to issues are mitigated immediately
quality validate financial capacity and lead an 11-month warranty
••Procurement management walk
••Coordinate equipment and Safety
material packages ••Implement stringent safety
••Expedite procurement of long-lead program
items ••Lead safety start-up meetings
••Develop and review shop drawings ••Establish regular safety inspections
by in-house safety director
Submittal Process ••2018 EMR: .57 demonstrating
••Manage equipment and material Snyder Langston’s
deliveries commitment to Safety First
••Provide inventory control


Snyder Langston has always demonstrated a proactive approach to
safety. Our teams are committed to zero accidents and exceeding
safety requirements on every jobsite.
Our systems, which include stringent subcontractor contract terms,
specific insurance requirements, crane inspections, Field Safety
Manuals, Codes of Safe Practices, Daily Safety Reports, and ongoing
communication, promote a safe work environment and protect
the client and Snyder Langston from avoidable liability issues and
related costs.

.57Safety First
2018 EMR


Our people are our greatest asset and the key to Snyder Langston’s success,
which is why our top priority is developing our employees into highly-
interactive, high-performing, collaborative teams who take responsibility
for their actions, outcomes and treat our clients’ projects as our own. Our
mind-set is continuous improvement, continuous growth and continuous
Our Individual Commitment is to be Responsive, Respectful & Reliable

We use the term
“Trusted Advisor” as

an expectation we
continually set for each

other to not only be a
part of our culture,
but also part of our

legacy with each client.
Our 60-year commitment
demonstrates our
corporate values:
Exceed Expectations
Build Relationships
Develop Expertise


One of the characteristics that sets Snyder Langston apart is the consistency and tenure of our senior executives, whose
institutional knowledge, communication and accessibility ensure the preservation of our company culture and values.
Our leaders are fully-committed to a focus on continuous improvement and supporting our project teams at all levels.

Senior Chairman Chairman & CEO President & COO


Joined Snyder Langston in 1980 Joined Snyder Langston in 1985 Joined Snyder Langston in 2002

Sr. VP of Operations VP of Healthcare Project Executive


Joined Snyder Langston in 1998 Joined Snyder Langston in 2013 Joined Snyder Langston in 2017

VP of Estimating VP of Field Operations


Joined Snyder Langston in 2012 Joined Snyder Langston in 2001


Community Outreach

It’s in our DNA: Community involvement and “giving back to the community” are traits woven into Snyder
Langston’s culture. Our employee-led B.R.I.D.G.E. program offers monthly community service opportunities, with
employees’ passions determining the causes the company supports.

22nd Annual Build-a-Bike Event

> 50 charities served
> $200,000 donated
> 2,000 hours volunteered


Providence Advanced Ambulatory Care Center Healthcare Project

Torrance, CA Client
Providence Health & Services

106,000 s.f. Building
448-Car Parking Structure

July 2018

Services Provided
• Preconstruction Services
• General Contracting
• Design-Build Services

Project Summary
The Providence Breeze Advanced Care
Center is located about ½ mile from
Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital
in Torrance, California. The project is a
ground up development and consists of
three level tilt-up medical office buildings
totaling 106,000 s.f. and a 449 stall open
air parking garage. The medical office
building includes an OSHPD-3 floor and is
programmed for multi-specialty functions
including a Women’s Center, Imaging, Lab,
Orthopedic Clinic, Genetics, Occupational
and Speech Therapy, Ambulatory Surgery
Center (ASC), Medical and Surgical
Oncology, and Radiation Oncology.
Providence has partnered with USPI for the
operation of the ASC and City of Hope for
cancer services.

Judi & Bill Leanord Institute for Cancer Prevention, Treatment & Wellness Healthcare Project

Torrance, CA

NCA Real Estate | Welltower
Mission Hospital

108,000 s.f.

July 2019

Services Provided
• Preconstruction Services
• Construction Services
• Design-Build

Project Summary
Located across from Providence St. Joseph
Mission Hospital, this project involved
substantial earthwork and retaining walls
to transform an existing hillside into an
area suitable for the construction of a new
108,000 s.f. 4-story medical office building
(MOB) housing an all-inclusive destination
for cancer, prevention and treatment, plus
a 5-story, 611-stall design-build parking
garage. Extensive site work included road
re-configurations and a combination of
various design-build retaining wall systems
and Mechanical Stabilized Earth (MSE)
walls as tall as 55 feet, that were decorated
to match the city’s style. The MOB was
supported using deep foundations (CIDH
piles) with a bolted Side-Plate structure.
Floors #1 and #2 were built to OSHPD-3

The world-class facility has the structural
capacity for (3) interior modular linear
accelerator vaults totaling 6.2M pounds.
Other areas feature MRI, CT, Pet-CT, CT-
Simulation, Radiation Oncology, Surgical
Oncology, Tumor Board Exam, Infusion,
RAD/Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound, Conference,
Therapy, Consultation, Exam Rooms and
additional amenities.

Hoag Health Center Healthcare Project

Irvine, CA Client
Hoag Health/Pacific Medical Buildings

157,200 s.f.

May 2016

Services Provided
• Pre-Construction Services
• General Contracting

LEEDTM Certified
CS Certified

2018 Outstanding Building Of The Year
2017 Toby Award
2016 HREI Insights Award Winner

Project Summary
Snyder Langston partnered with Hoag
Health Center Irvine and Boulder Associates
Architects for this design-build project,
consisting of three 50,000 s.f. two-story
medical office buildings, a 7,200 s.f. retail
building, tenant improvements, and
related site work. The three medical office
buildings contain imaging, an ambulatory
surgery center, and a cancer center with a
linear accelerator for proton therapy. The
retail building offers patients and guests
a café and urgent care. The urgent care
contains an x-ray room, exam rooms, nurse
station, and a reception.

The 3-floor tenant improvement
work included adherence to OSHPD-3
requirements. Building B’s renovation
accommodates Imaging services, while
Building C’s renovation accommodates
Radiation Oncology, Chemotherapy and
infusion services.

Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital Medical Office Building Healthcare Project

Goleta, CA Client
Cottage Health System

52,000 s.f.

October 2016

Services Provided
• General Contracting

Project Summary
Developed to provide the City of Goleta
with a more prominent healthcare facility,
Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital Medical
Office Building is a 52,000 s.f., two-story
medical office building that is OSHPD-3

In addition to core and shell construction,
the scope of work included a complete
tenant improvement build-out for 15
doctor/patient services. Each office space
was designed under OSHPD-3 guidelines
to suit individual needs of the doctors.
The facility offers maternity, internal
medicine, bariatric and wound care
services. Due to the earthquake fault line
proximity, the team developed a plan
to minimize the impact of horizontal
ground acceleration / liquefaction. Snyder
Langston’s comprehensive phasing and site
logistics plans ensured cohesion amongst
the Owner, Architect and Hospital Facilities

Throughout the five construction phases,
the team constructed a dedicated patient
valet round-a-bout, maintained code
compliant egress and paths of travel, built
a new exit corridor, and displayed specific
way-finding signage. The comfort and
safety of patients and staff were essential
to the success of the project.

Facey Medical Group - Canyon Country Medical Office Building Healthcare Project

Torrance, CA

Providence Health & Services/Facey

37,000 s.f.

May 2018

Services Provided
• Preconstruction Services
• Construction Services

Project Summary
Totaling approximately 37,000 sf, this
two-story medical office building includes
primary care, ophthalmology, optometry,
lab, radiology, procedure rooms, adult
medicine, pediatrics, and an Urgent Care
operated by Exer.

Barlow Respiratory Hospital - SPC2/NPC3 Voluntary Seismic Retrofit Healthcare Project

Los Angeles, CA

Barlow Respiratory Hospital

15,000 s.f.

Spring 2019

Services Provided
• Preconstruction Services
• Construction Services

Project Summary
Originally built in 1927, Barlow Respiratory
Hospital is a 49 bed Long-Term Acute Care
Hospital (LTCH) located in downtown Los
Angeles adjacent to Dodgers stadium and
Chavez Ravine. In 1990 the site was named
a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument.

The scope of work, under the jurisdiction
of OSHPD, includes the installation of new
fiber wrapping of existing cast-in-place
concrete primarily at all exterior wall
as well select locations throughout the
hospital to improve the shear capacity of
the structure. In addition, structural steel
drag strut plate connectors are installed at
strategic locations through the hospital to
transfer loads from concrete slabs to shear

Architectural improvements, ADA, Fire
Life Safety, and MEP upgrades were
also incorporated into the refurbished
spaces. Not only is the preservation of
the existing historical building important,
the entirety of the work was performed
during high census periods within an
active and occupied hospital environment
where communication, infection control,
noise, flexible phasing, and shutdown
coordination were vital to success.

Providence San Pedro Medical Center - SPC2 Voluntary Seismic Upgrade Healthcare Project
Building 1T- San Pedro, CA

Providence Saint Joseph Health

June 2019

Services Provided
• Preconstruction Services
• Construction Services

Project Summary
Founded in 1925, Providence San Pedro
Medical Center is a 5-story 231 bed, Acute
Care Hospital overlooking the Port of Los

The scope of work, under the jurisdiction
of OSHPD, involved reducing the overall
floor plate size on each end of the entire
Central Wing Tower (all Floors), increasing
the seismic separation of the structure
from 4 inches to 14 inches. As part of the
work seismic joints were created in all MEP
and FLS systems to allow for the added
seismic movement. In addition, main
corridors passing through the seismic joints
were temporarily relocated to allow for the
installation of new structural steel upgrades

To further enhance the structural
performance of the building, existing
cast-in-place concrete columns and beams
were enlarged and encapsulated using fiber
wrapping. Architectural improvement, ADA,
Fire Life Safety, and MEP upgrades were
also made.

Due to the age of the building, hazardous
materials were encountered, tested and
abated throughout the sequences of
work. The project team focused not only
on preserving the existing building, but
also working in a manner to minimize
disturbance to occupied hospital activities.

Providence San Pedro Medical Center - SPC2 Voluntary Seismic Upgrade Healthcare Project
Building 2- San Pedro, CA

Providence Saint Joseph Health

June 2019

Services Provided
• Preconstruction Services
• Construction Services

Project Summary
Founded in 1925, Providence San Pedro
Medical Center is a 231 bed, Acute
Care Hospital overlooking the Port of
Los Angeles. The scope of work, under
the jurisdiction of OSHPD, consisted of
approximately 2,600 S.F. of Structural,
Architectural, MEP and ADA improvements
of the West Wing (Building 2).

The initial Structural Voluntary Seismic
Improvement (VSI) consisted of reinforced
concrete upgrades coupled with extensive
FRP wraps of perimeter and interior
columns. Next we rebuilt and repaired
the areas affected by the VSI, and
remodeled the areas required for the ADA

Due to the age of the building, hazardous
materials were encountered, tested and
abated throughout the sequences of work.
All work was completed in an occupied
hospital, in critical service areas, increasing
the importance of communication,
infection prevention, noise, flexible
phasing, welding/hot work, and shutdown

The Boardwalk Corporate Project

Irvine, CA Client
Trammell Crow

545,000 s.f.

August 2017

Services Provided
• Preconstruction Services
• General Contracting

LEEDTM Certified
Gold NC Certification

Project Summary
Reinventing a new class of creative office
space, The Boardwalk is situated on a
7.5-acre lot and includes two, nine-story
towers connected by four bridgeways and
open terraces. The buildings themselves
offer 545,000 s.f. of premier office space
with high ceilings and glass walls. Large
65,000 s.f. floor plates include open office
design, an employee lounge, communal
conference rooms, fitness and wellness
center, and 5,000 s.f. of retail/restaurant
space. Utilizing California’s year-round
sunshine, two acres of manicured outdoor
grounds provide covered gathering/
meeting spaces, a covered outdoor
amphitheater, idyllic pathways, and green
spaces to refresh employees.

Continental 2171 Rosecrans Retail Project

El Segundo, CA Client
Continental Development Corporation

Site 67,104 s.f
Building 13,327 s.f.

October 2017

Services Provided
• Preconstruction
• General Contracting

Project Summary
Demolition of an existing restaurant,
landscaping and site facilities. The scope
of work included the construction of three
new buildings for future retail tenants with
landscaping, patios and site improvements.
The buildings feature high-end exterior
finishes with Equitone and stainless steel
paneling, aluminum windows and opening,
enclosed patios with aluminum trellises,
and glass wind screen enclosures.


of our most
“Thank you for being SO flexible!!! Your team was so kind
and patient.” valued assets

— Patty Mayberry, Project Director - Providence Holy


“The facility is beautiful! So many wonderful touches The ownership we feel
that will make this a great environment in which to of the projects we
work.” build paired with
— Julie Holt, Vice President, Philanthropy - St. Joseph our strong desire
Health to exceed clients’
expectations has set
“Its more than just building. They really got involved in the groundwork for
learning what makes us tick as a company. The things we multiple long-lasting
were trying to accomplish with that facility were critically relationships with
important to the company’s expansion.” — Sanford L. clients, architects,
Smith, Senior Vice President - Hoag Memorial Hospital subcontractors, and
Presbyterian public officials.
We value these
“The SL AutoGravity Team was amazing!! This was a relationships deeply.
very complex Tenant Improvement job with anything
but industry standard improvements. I look forward to
working with this team again as I know that I can rely
on their passionate team approach!!” — Karla Wynia,
Senior Construction Manager | Irvine Company Office
Properties (Autogravity)

“Snyder Langston’s project team completed this project
on time within an accelerated schedule duration. We felt
that the entire Snyder Langston team represented the
client’s best interests at all times. They were a pleasure
to work with.” — Allen Trowbridge, Principal | Cresa Los
Angeles (Scorpion Internet Marketing)

“…They stand out for the mind-set it takes to create a
product that will withstand the test of time… …I know
them to be a firm of integrity with respect to making and
keeping commitments...” — Clarence Barker, (former)
President | Irvine Company (Pelican Hill Resort)

17962 Cowan, Irvine, CA 92604

El Segundo

2141 Rosecrans Ave Suite 5110
El Segundo, CA 90245

80 South Lake Avenue Suite 670
Pasadena, CA 91101

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