Abundant windows and several exterior decks have tremendous of views of the nearby Chugach Mountains.
Offers medical services for all ages.
Designed with growth in mind. Situated on the Alaska Native Medical Center campus, Southcentral Foundation’s Gottlieb Building is its flagship facility. This medical office building houses a variety of family-oriented medical services, including Dental, OB-GYN, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Gynecological Oncology, and Child and Family Developmental Services. The upper floors were designed to support shallow pools used for physical therapy and rehabilitation.
The adjacent parking structure includes seven levels with 499 parking stalls. Unlike most parking garages, the lowest level of this one includes a higher vertical clearance to allow for taller service vehicles, such as ambulances. It was also designed to include a mirror image of itself to one side, which will double its capacity – an important feature as the campus continues to grow.
A three-level skybridge connects the building with the parking structure. The outward exterior walls and glass reflect the mountains and sky.
2019 Meeting the Challenge of a Job, Over $15,000,000 - Vertical Construction Award, Associated General Contractors of Alaska
03level skybridge that connects the building with the parking structure