Tri-City Medical Center Parking Structure and Entry Drive

Project overview

Vanir is providing program, project, and construction management services for the Tri-City Medical Center (TCMC) Parking Structure and Entry Drive project. It consists of a 159,750-square-foot, multilevel parking structure and a new main entry drive to the medical center. The parking structure will replace an existing surface parking lot with a new three-level, above ground, post-tensioned concrete structure that will accommodate approximately 500 new parking spaces. The new entry drive will provide access to the future acute care tower.

Our services include issuing an RFQ/P for architect/engineer design services, managing the design phase, providing constructability reviews, coordinating the entitlements and CEQA process, providing general contractor bid solicitations, and managing the construction and closeout phases.

Going green

The parking structure will have 30 spaces designated for electric vehicles and 10 spaces designated for low emission vehicles. There will also be covered and secured bicycle storage for up to 50 bikes. In addition, electric-powered shuttles will be stationed in the parking structure to replace the current gas-powered shuttles. The project will be in accordance with the 2016 California Green Building Standards (CALGreen).


Oceanside, California


Tri-City Medical Center

Design Team

Cunningham Architecture Group



Construction Cost

$12.2 million




159,750 SF (parking structure)