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Alviso Street Parking Structure

Located on the Santa Clara University campus, the 125,000 SF design/build 4-level parking garage includes a total of 383 stalls, EV charging stations, a vehicle monitoring system, self-service pay station kiosks, emergency phone stations, security cameras on all levels, and preparations for a future roof-top photovoltaic system. The site improvements consist of underground utilities, storm drain system, bio-retention pond, Public Park, concrete and decomposed granite walking paths.


Northside Branch Library

HMH supplied Civil Engineering and Land Surveying services for the new 17,000 square-foot North Side library building in the Rivermark area. This is a LEED Silver Certified building with a strong architectural connection with the Rivermark residential community, Don Callejon School and the surrounding commercial area.
The Northside Library is home to a collection of 54,000 books, DVDs, CDs, periodicals and other items as well as 40 public computers and welcoming spaces for children and teens. It has state-of-the-art seismic, audiovisual, technology and building systems, an electric vehicle charging station, a photocopy room and computer training room with 11 workstations for training sessions and classes. In addition, plans are in place to have a community information board for announcing cultural, educational, and career opportunities, local programs and events, and Friends of the Library Store. An estimated 3,254 residences comprising the Rivermark community will benefit from this neighborhood library making it a much-needed community gathering space for the North of Bayshore area.
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Signature Flight Support San Jose Airport

HMH provided civil engineering, landscape architecture, and land surveying services to improve the existing 29 acres Signature Flight San Jose Airport. The expansion includes 250,000 square feet of hanger space, 10,000 square feet executive terminal, fueling station for jets, parking, drop-off area, and an outdoor amenity space adjacent to the terminal (“Technology Garden”).


San Jose International Airport

HMH prepared a master utility plan for the San Jose International Airport in preparation for the Airport Improvement Program. The plan included utility mapping of the entire airport and surrounding area, encompassing the area bounded by Highway 101, Highway 87, Highway 880, and Coleman Avenue/De La Cruz Boulevard. Critical schedule and budget milestones were maintained for use in development of the new terminal concepts. Research was performed by obtaining several thousand record drawings from airport archives, city agencies, and utility companies.
Over two miles of road was designed to accommodate projected traffic demands and to transition the flow of traffic onto an efficient one-way loop network. A ground transportation center was constructed at Terminal A for mixed transit use including bus, rental car shuttles and taxis. A second transportation center was constructed at Terminal C along with several taxi staging areas. Road width varied from one to six lanes. Value engineering allowed the project to meet strict budget constraints. HMH played a key role in coordination with the Master Plan Team, Airport Operations, Airport Facilities, subconsultants, and utility companies


Samaritan Medical Center

HMH is working with RBB Architects on the remodel and expansion of the Samaritan Medical Center Campus in San Jose. The project includes two three-story medical office buildings, three six-story medical office buildings, one six-story parking garage, one three story parking garage and surface parking. The scope of the project also includes off-site intersection enhancements as traffic demand management measures.


Regional Medical Center

HMH worked with Perkins + Will Architects on the San Jose Regional Medical Center. The project is a new four-story, 150,000 square foot in-patient hospital building. The design is anchored by an interior/exterior wall that begins at the front of the building, travels through the building, and extends to the main space, the central courtyard. The wall creates an exciting experience for those walking through the space and those viewing from patient rooms below.
HMH’s scope of services includes civil engineering and landscape architecture, project programming, design development, construction documents and construction administration. HMH designed approximate 2,000 feet of sanitary sewer to provide for the hospital facilities and upgrade the City system. We also provided all of the topographic surveying and construction staking.
Our landscape design included a large specimen oak tree that sits at the center of the courtyard and anchors a gathering patio where one can go outdoors to get fresh air in a simple and relaxing environment. The planting scheme encompasses drought tolerant planting while providing tactical and textural interest for hospital guests. HMH also provided stormwater compliance services for the project.
This expansion included 139,000 square feet for Phase I and 106,000 square feet for Phase II. Public improvements for the hospital expansion included roadway widening of Jackson Avenue, utility relocation, signal modifications, striping, signing and landscaping. The surveying services included field surveying as well as preparation of a lot-line adjustment and parcel map. HMH supported the PD Zoning and PD Permit process as well as the approval process from OSHPD, prepared construction documents, and provided construction staking.