Design-assist of 275,000 sf ground-up campus manufacturing/lab/office building. Scope included HVAC, plumbing and process piping for the building including 50,000 sf of manufacturing space. Project also included the addition of 1,600 tons of capacity to the existing campus central plant.
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Soka University Performing Arts Center and Academic Building
Contract Amount: $4, 400, 000
Start / Completion Date: April 2009 / October 2010
Soka University of America’s new Performing Arts Center and Academic Building project is located on 1.9 acres of the Soka University campus. The new Performing Arts Center is designated to become a venue in South Orange County for concerts, theater productions, lectures and assemblies, enhancing Soka University’s role as a cultural center and community gathering place. The $73 million project included construction of a three-level, 47, 836 sq. ft. Performing Arts Center housing a reception lobby, various support spaces and a 1, 200-seat auditorium. The 48, 974 sq. ft. Academic Building is located next to and provides support for the Performing Arts Center. The new four-level academic building houses 11 classrooms, 29 faculty offices, a 150-seat black box theater, four dressing rooms, a rehearsal/dance studio, musician warm-up spaces and other support areas. The project team achieved 33% below Title 24 requirements for energy efficiency by utilizing the LEED Energy Cost Budget methodology.
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UCSD Telemedicine and Prime Heq Education Facility
Contract Amount: $5, 730, 700
Start / Completion Date: November 2009 / July 2011
The 96, 000 gsf Telemedicine project at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) is a three-story, cast-in-place concrete educational facility located on the main campus with the School of Medicine. The building program offers a simulated hospital in the lower level with operating rooms, exam rooms, emergency rooms, and microsurgical lab space. It also includes a 350-capacity, three-story auditorium space on the ground level, along with a restaurant for the faculty, staff and students. The upper levels hold conference rooms, office space, and teaching stations; all with state-of-the-art audio visual and media services. Pacific Rim’s scope included HVAC and plumbing. HVAC consisted of (3) AHU’s, (12) fan coils, (156) VAV boxes, and (8) exhaust fans. Plumbing consisted of (6) separate medical gas systems, vacuum compressed air, and medical air. Piping consisted of extending the underground high temperature hot water and chilled water approximately 2, 000’ from central plant. Piping was 14’ deep, inside a concrete trench system and was pre-insulated permapipe type ranging from 8” to 16”. This project is LEED Silver certified.
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Start / Completion Date: April 2007 / July 2009 Pacific Rim Mechanical provided installation of the HVAC and plumbing systems for this $65, 000, 000, 149, 000 sq. ft. university educational facility which included classrooms, labs and auditoriums. Hydronic utilities were fed from an existing campus central plant. Hydronic piping systems included HHW, CHW, HPS/LPS and PCR. The plumbing installation includes bio-waste, tie-in of lab furnishings, plumbing fixtures, and domestic water piping. The ductwork installation includes multiple air handlers rated up to 43, 310 CFM. Galvanized and stainless steel ductwork, fume exhaust fans, sound attenuators, VAV/CAV boxes, and DDC temperature controls were all part of the scope of work.
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Start / Completion Date: July 2006 / September 2008
The Birch Aquarium Drain Separation was a $2.6 million renovation project designed to separate storm and sewer water piping throughout the 30, 000 square foot facility. The project included demolition and replacement of 90% of all underground storm and sewer piping, and concrete throughout the facility. Pacific Rim Mechanical acted as the prime contractor overseeing the replacement of; steel doors with fiberglass reinforced doors, FRP platform stands for servicing of public display tanks, water filtration skids, life support aquatic filtration skids, ADA hand rails, drywall repairs, painting, epoxy floor finishes, security perimeter fencing, electrical service upgrade, cabinetry, stainless steel counter tops and decorative ceramic tile base. The Birch Aquarium remained operational throughout the duration of the project.