Adventist Health operates 20 hospitals and over 295 clinics, and will continue to center its business operations in the region. With the new headquarters, the nonprofit health system is moving its facilities from 2100 Douglas Blvd. to 1400 Stone Point Drive, both in Roseville.
The move will see Adventist consolidate some 1,000 employees under one roof. The current headquarters includes 119,000 square feet of space across 22 different leases, which cost the health system about $3.9 million annually, spokeswoman Chelsey Kruger said.
The new campus has a single, five-story building with 275,000 square feet of space and room for Adventist’s workforce to grow. The health system did not detail how many new employees could be hired at the new headquarters.
Doors of the new headquarters are anticipated to open by the first quarter of 2019. The total price tag of the new site is estimated at a little over $100 million.
The building will also undergo “Well-certification” through the Well Building Standard program. The program sets health standards based on the air, water, light, fitness and comfort for the workforce. The program is certified by Green Business Certification Inc., the same group that administers Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certifications.
The design will eventually include a garden that will grow herbs and vegetables for the campus cafe, along with a walk and bike trail that connects to the Miners Ravine trail in Roseville. Employees will have access to an in-house wellness center as well.
Swinerton Inc. is the lead contractor on the new Adventist Health campus in Roseville.
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