Stanford University (Stanford) began construction of the Redwood City Campus on December of 2016. The project is being built at the former Mid-Point Technology Park – a 35-acre site located south of the intersection of Woodside Road and Broadway Street, off Highway 101 and adjacent to the Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center at 450 Broadway Street. Demolition, site preparation, and construction of Phase I have been completed. The new administrative campus was officially opened for operation after a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on March 21, 2019.
Project Benefits and Unique Features
Phase I of the project consisted of four office buildings, outdoor dining areas and plazas, a childcare center, a parking garage, fitness center, and a central energy facility. Once completed, the Stanford Redwood City Campus will have up to 13 office buildings (10 currently proposed), containing approximately 1.5 million square feet for offices, medical clinics and research and development.
Circlepoint implemented a communications program to increase awareness and educate community stakeholders and others about the project, construction schedule, upcoming activities, and impacts throughout construction. The program entailed the development of collateral materials, including construction advisories/updates for the project website; addressing inquiries and concerns via a project hotline and email; maintaining a stakeholder database; and holding construction outreach meetings, as appropriate.