The Hotel Sandford

San Diego, Ca

The Hotel Sanford is a four-story unreinforced brick masonry (URM) building with a full basement. The building was constructed in 1914 allowing it to be listed on the local register of historic resources. This design-build project called for code required structural upgrades and improvements related to the City’s URM Ordinance, as well as exterior and interior rehabilitation. Exterior rehabilitation included painting, reroofing, window repair, landscaping, and sidewalk improvements. Interior rehabilitation work included hazardous materials abatement, painting throughout, as well as new carpet and flooring. Also, included was the replacement of toilet fixtures, plumbing improvements, accessibility improvements, and electrical, mechanical, and energy efficiency upgrades. The construction project was phased to allow continued occupancy of the building. All work was completed in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.