Page & Turnbull served as Preservation Architect for the renovation of Hoover Pavilion, which is one of four key elements of the Stanford University Medical Center’s renewal program
By using in-depth research of historic photographs and adapting modern techniques, Page & Turnbull restored the Hoover Pavilion to its original glory as a landmark structure on the Stanford campus.
The preservation to the Hoover Pavilion building is part of a massive renewal project to rebuild and modernize its entire medical facilities. Recently finished and reopened, the Hoover Pavilion boasts improved facilities that accommodate modern medicine and house community physicians and Stanford Hospital clinics.
Our scope was to provide the conditions assessment and materials conservation testing, and the preparation of historic rehabilitation construction documents for the exterior of this 1931-1939 hospital, which will be re-used for medical offices and clinics. As part of this scope, Page & Turnbull prepared an assessment and treatment recommendations for the deteriorated board- formed reinforced concrete structure, as well as a window survey. All of our work is in conformance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.
We also provided consultation regarding entitlements, design advice for interior programming and newly constructed site elements including universal access. We also assisted the client with research, documentation, and presentation materials that may be needed for university and/or city approvals relative to historic preservation.