New Innovation District Neighborhood
Over the next 10 years, the CNU medical campus will include a university campus, medical offices, a childcare center, an active senior care facility, and a selection of retail services. The estimated size of the entire medical campus is 3,680,000 square feet.
CNU’s hospital program will be on the site currently occupied by Sleep Train Arena. Once the arena is demolished, a new Innovation District neighborhood will be created. CNU will occupy approximately 41 acres of the 183 acres formerly used by the Sacramento Kings. The arena was a practice facility for the Sacramento Kings basketball team and intermittently hosted concerts and large events, but it hasn’t been utilized since 2017. Dr. Alvin Cheung’s, CNU CEO and President, vision is to create a multi-generational and sustainable institution that will train and develop healthcare professionals to meet the growing needs of the Sacramento and Northern California region. We are very proud to be a part of the CNU team and its vision.
Kudos To The Pursuit Team
The success of this pursuit relied on the partnership and collaboration between SMC and Swinerton Healthcare. Both divisions offered their best and worked harmoniously throughout the pursuit and interview process, bringing home a major win.
Congratulations to the pursuit team: SMC Division Manager Jeff Gee, former Swinerton Healthcare Division Managers Curtis Johnson (retired), Vice President and Division Manager Scott Grubb, Director of Business Development Myrna Wagner, Program Manager Michele Pellerin, Senior Project Manager Nimone Li-Hardisty, Cost Control Jared Backman, Senior Estimator Brian Giambastiani, Assistant Project Manager Parth Patel, Regional MEP Manager Taliye Zarraby, Senior Scheduler Ramtin Malek, Program Advisor Chris Morris, and Value Management Mark Kiszonak.