By JENNIFER PITTMAN
Posted Oct. 25, 2002
Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal
When contractor and project manager Paul Moran of Rudolph and Sletten walks among the 250 workers pounding and drilling in the gravely open rooms of a future Kaiser facility, he sees its future: a tall, curved panel of glass that will let in natural light, a landscaped pathway to the medical office building, a two-story walkway, classrooms and offices.
Right now, all there is a hollow cavern of open concrete, steel beams and dusty planks that will one day house the central utility system for a 1.2 million-square-foot hospital and medical building complex on the corner of Lawrence Expressway and Homestead Road. (MORE)