Naval Medical Center, San Diego, CA
Cost: $1.3 Million
Size: 15,000 sf
Stronghold Engineering, Inc. served as the prime contractor for this design build project that called for remodeling of the patient “Q” block to accommodate the outpatient pediatrics unit and the inpatient pediatrics ICU at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California. Part of a concurrently-executed renovation program, construction involved 15,000 sf of space and included new nurse workstations, remodeled exam and procedure rooms with medical gas columns, additional offices and a waiting area.
The project aim was to produce a facility that could compete with private sector children’s hospitals: one that is customized and tailored to the needs of children and the medical professionals who treat them, while providing a child-friendly environment where families feel comfortable and wellness and healing are enhanced. This project earned regional and national awards for its high quality and innovative partnering efforts.
NATIONAL AWARD WINNING PROJECT
2004 ABC National Excellence in Construction: Eagle Award of Excellence
2004 ABC San Diego Excellence in Construction Award
2004 AGC Marvin M. Black Excellence in Partnering Award
2005 DBIA Partnership Award
What They Say…
“…The end product, the finest Pediatric ICU in the country, can be directly attributed to their professionalism, focus on high standards, and attention to detail.”