2 North Point FAQ's

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions about the project at and future move to 2 North Point.

The Project

Who will design and renovate the project?

UCSF selected Nibbi Brothers General Contractors as the general contractor for the 2 North Point building project. The design team for building upgrades, furniture installation and tenant improvement is comprised of consultants who have long histories with UCSF and projects of similar scope: architect EHDD, structural engineer Tipping Structural Engineers, and mechanical/electrical Gayner Engineers. UCSF Real Estate is managing the design and construction processes for the university. The UCSF community is represented by members from University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR), Health Human Resources (Health HR), and Campus Human Resources (Campus HR) who have active roles as part of the project team.

What will happen to the Laurel Heights building after UCSF staff leave?

The Laurel Heights campus was sold to The Prado Group, Inc. and SKS Partners LLC who have proposed a project to create “A sustainably-minded community with open space, parks, community-serving shops, childcare, and neighborhood amenities.” Learn more about it at https://3333calsf.com/

Timeline 

When will construction begin?

Construction of the UCSF 2 North Point building is expected to commence in late 2019.

An overview of the current project timeline.

When will occupants move in?

The process of relocation is expected to begin in August 2020 with occupancy complete by September 2020.

Programming

Who is moving into the building?

UCSF University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR), Campus HR and Health HR will occupy 2 North Point.

Workspace 

Will furniture be provided for the new location? 

Funding is included in the project budget for office furnishings and some standard equipment, for example AV for conference rooms. Specifics have yet to be determined, but fundamental to the concept at UCSF is that each assigned work station is provided with an adjustable height desk, along with fully adjustable seating for comfort and ergonomic support, and lockable storage.

Will I have a desk phone?

Existing Cisco phones will be moved. Anyone not currently using a Cisco phone will transition to Cisco during the move. Your number will remain the same.

Will I receive a headset or headphones?

At this time, departments may elect to purchase headphones or headsets for their staff. These will not be provided as part of the move.

Transportation and Parking

Will there be shuttle service to/from North Point?

UCSF Campus Life Services' Transportation department is reviewing options for transportation and parking. Once details are available, additional information will be provided. 

Move Preparation

What should we do now to prepare for the move?

While the move date is still some time away, it’s never too early to begin thinking about how to prepare. Refer to the Records and Information Management site to find information and resources as a starting point. More details and information will be provided as we get closer to our actual move date.