Improvements to Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center’s angiography and radiology rooms included both bringing spaces up to code and the installation of new equipment, flooring, paint, and electrical, as well as completing mechanical modifications. | Courtesy a representative of Pacific Building Group

PBG Completes $2M Hospital Upgrade

Carrie Rossenfeld Healthcare & Education

Pacific Building Group (PBG) has completed $1.5 million in improvements to Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center’s angiography and radiology rooms, according to a release from a representative of PBG. The release says the design-build project, located at 751 Medical Center Court in Chula Vista, California, includes a pair of 500-square-foot rooms critical to the day-to-day operations of the medical facility.

The statement says PBG “carefully coordinated project work inside an operating hospital to minimize interruptions to patients and staff.” The work included both bringing spaces up to code and the installation of new equipment, flooring, paint, and electrical, as well as completing mechanical modifications.

According to the release, Architects Mosher Drew, Tanner Engineering, ORIE, Southland Industries, Chula Vista Electric, and Advanced Acoustics worked with PBG to complete the project.

Jim Roherty, president of PBG, is quoted in the statement as saying, “Over the years, we’ve been honored to complete various projects that facilitate Sharp’s capacity to deliver advanced technology and a healing environment to its patients.”

A 33-year-old company, PBG has expertise in construction for corporate, biotech, medical, defense, and hospitality companies, the release says.

As SoCal Real Estate reported in June, the firm completed construction on two corporate offices in San Diego: the NuVasive campus at 7475 Lusk Boulevard and Renovate America’s new headquarters at 16409 West Bernardo Drive in the Rancho Vista Corporate Center. The total cost of both projects was approximately $21.7 million.