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.
Rancho Springs Women’s Center and ER expansion was a $37,000,000 new construction project located in Murrieta, California. The 2-story hospital facility includes 64 beds and totals 71,815 sq. ft. The HVAC and plumbing scope for this OSHPD project consisted of an air cooled chiller, air handling units, exhaust fans, CAV boxes, pumps, boilers, storage tanks, medical gases, and decontamination tanks.
The County of San Bernardino’s Design-Build Central Valley Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center was a $62 million project which received the Design-Build Institute of America-Western Pacific Region (DBIA-WPR) award. In addition, the project was selected as the best correctional project by DBIA-WPR.
Located on a 9.7-acre site, the project called for the design and construction of three 80-bed housing units and one 40-bed transitional housing unit arranged in 20-person modules. Each module measures one story and 75, 000 square feet and is composed of classrooms and program space for group therapy, religious activities and medical services. To create an interior courtyard area offering indoor activity space for juvenile detainees, modules were designed in a triangular fashion. Additional amenities include basketball courts for each housing unit and a facility sports field. The project also features a warehouse, retherm kitchen and a 47, 000-square-foot single-story administrative building. The administration building includes intake, clinic, library, central control station, as well as general office space.
Pacific Rim Mechanical provided mechanical and plumbing services which included installation of rooftop split air conditioning units, pepper spray evacuation system, building controls system, and plumbing system including security fixture installation in holding cells. A chiller, boiler, and piping serving an existing building were also replaced.
UCSD Telemedicine and Prime Heq Education Facility
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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The Bell Armed Forces Reserve Center was a $60,000,000 new construction, design-build contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers located in Bell, California near Los Angeles. The project included three buildings totaling 200,000 square feet. Pacific Rim Mechanical’s project scope included installing two 250 ton chillers with associated pumps, two heating hot water boilers with associated pumps, twelve air handlers and associated exhaust fans, 145 VAV terminals, one large kitchen with associated grease hood system, two locker rooms with eight showers each, four large restrooms, four water heaters, and complete air and vacuum system for twenty maintenance bays. This was a fast-track project that was delivered on time and on budget. It was LEED Silver certified and received the Excellence Award from the Design Build Institute of America.