The construction firm, with a local office of 200 employees, will oversee building the 250,000-square-foot campus. Adventist is already headquartered in Roseville and has bought 28 acres on the southeast corner of Eureka Way and Sunrise Boulevard for the future campus.
In the press release announcing Swinerton’s appointment, the campus is described as a ground-up, class A office building.
“You probably noticed that for Adventist Health this is more than simply a new office building: our approach is to design a complete campus that reflects our mission and whole-person philosophy of health and wellness,” Adventist spokeswoman Rita Waterman said in the email.
She said additional details should be available by month’s end. Beginning May 26, Adventist will host town hall meetings about the project for the company’s employees at the current headquarters on Douglas Boulevard. Adventist has not disclosed a planned timeline for building and opening the new campus, or plans for what will become of the Douglas site after that.
Based in San Francisco, Swinerton Builders is one of the most prominent commercial contractors in the region. Its projects here have included the 2020 Gateway office building in South Natomas and the California State Teachers’ Retirement System building in West Sacramento. The company is also currently building a mixed-use hotel tower slated to open early next year opposite Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento.
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