Integrated Project Delivery Hospital

The new Temecula Valley Hospital consists of private rooms and a 20-bed intensive care unit (ICU), as well as six high-tech surgical suites, digital imaging and an advanced electronic clinical information system. The design features a consolidated treatment unit, and an innovative emergency department concept that allows expansion according to need.

The $150 million facility is was completed in 2014 by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc., (UHS), one of the nation’s largest hospital management companies.

Bergelectric, along with the rest of the team at Temecula Valley Hospital utilized Lean construction techniques which include an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). The Lean construction process traces its beginnings to the manufacturing sector in companies like Toyota, whose directive was: “Give customers what they want, deliver it instantly, with no waste.

The target value design approach associated with this project gave very little room for changes (ie. evolving medical equipment).  Bergelectric’s ability to work directly with the owner on these issues as an integrated project team helped to alleviate problems and has kept the project moving in the right direction.

Size
178,000 square feet
120 Private Rooms

Electrical Construction Cost
$16.9 Million

Duration
July 2010 – July 2013

Delivery Method
ILPD/Design-Build

Other Team Members
DPR-Turner Joint Venture
Integrated Engineering
HMC Architects

Berg Regional Office
Los Angeles

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