McCarthy Building is nearing completion on the 72,000-square-foot expansion of the Women’s Center emergency room at Rancho Springs Medical Center, located at 25500 Medical Center Drive.
Universal Health Services retained McCarthy for the $32.4 million project. Tim Rielly is serving as project manager for Universal Health. The project involves construction of a two-story concrete building with stud framing, plaster exteriors and punched windows.
McCarthy is also performing site work at the 5.5-acre property, including construction of a 252-space parking lot and various improvements. The project is scheduled for completion this month.
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Construction is nearly complete on Melrose Plaza, a neighborhood retail and commercial center located on the new extension of Melrose Drive at the corner of Sparrow Lane in San Marcos.
Developer Julian Piccioni retained KMA Architecture & Engineering to provide architectural and engineering services for the 18,400-square-foot project, one of the first new commercial developments in the La Costa Meadows area. The project is scheduled for occupancy this month.
The project consists of two single-story buildings with 14,400 and 4,000 square feet. Retail tenants in the development include 7-Eleven, Windmill Cleaners and L.A. Boxing. In addition to providing architectural services, KMA devised the mechanical, plumbing and electrical designs.
Design team members include Jim Belmont, Antonio Bernardo, Billy Jennings, Timothy Rubesh, Laura Van Horn and Alison Warren. Wiseman + Rohy Structural Engineers is providing structural engineering services. Hale Engineering is providing civil engineering services, and Teshima Design Group provided landscape architectural services. The general contractor is Viking Commercial Construction.
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Construction is under way for ViaSat’s building seven, a 40,000-square-foot office and lab facility at 2530 Campbell Place in Carlsbad.
Smith Consulting Architects is providing full architectural services for the project. The work includes design for the project site, and building shell and interiors of the two-story, tilt-up building.
Construction is scheduled for completion in March. ViaSat building seven is registered with the U.S. Green Building Council, and the owner is pursuing LEED Commercial Interiors certification.
Mark Langan is serving as vice president in charge for Smith Consulting Architects, with Gary Baker as vice president of design and Tad Siegenthaler as project manager. Tim Kyes of Lyons, Warren & Associates is the structural engineer, with Andrew Kahn of Partners Planning and Engineering the civil engineer and Randy Minnier of MPE Consulting serving as electrical engineer. Doug Isaaks of McParlane & Associates is mechanical engineer and Ron Stark of Ridge Landscape Architects is serving as landscape architect. Dave Petty is representing the general contractor, Ledcor Construction, with Rob Campbell as project manager and Doug Zieman as project superintendent.
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Johnson & Jennings General Contracting has begun tenant improvements for the Americas Pacific regional headquarters of Carl Zeiss Vision, located at 12121 Scripps Summit Drive in San Diego.
Johnson & Jennings has completed three projects in the Scripps Summit building in the past year. The 33,000-square-foot renovation project, valued at $2.2 million, includes two floors of build-out, an exterior balcony for company functions, a conference center, reception area, lobby and upgraded finishes.
Jim Runchey is providing project oversight, while Carl Haines is serving as senior project manager for Johnson & Jennings and Robert Gutierrez is the on-site superintendent. Steven Shupp of Cushman & Wakefield is serving as construction manager, with Ralph Linder of Gensler San Diego the architect. Subcontractors include Howard’s Rug, Trimm Woodworking, Ickler Electric, ICS Mechanical, Schmidt Fire, and Quality Painting.
, Compiled by Cassandra Dump