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Design Build Hotel in Downtown San Diego

As distinctive and colorful as its namesake, when Hotel Indigo® opened its doors to guests in 2009 the emphasis was on creating an “environment that inspires and reenergizes.” The unique design of this new San Diego hotel is based on the mathematical concept of the Golden Mean—a design model popular among artists and architects since the Renaissance who proportion their work in aesthetically-pleasing rectangular forms.

One need only glimpse at renderings of the Hotel Indigo’s facade to see how the team has transformed this design concept into concrete and glass. It took a team with both vision and the belief that a collaborative approach among developer, designers, contractors and the ultimate owners provides the optimum final product.

Bergelectric worked closely with electrical engineer Robison Engineering in the development of cutting-edge systems that really reflected the ambiance and style the entire team was seeking. Weekly design coordination meetings were actively attended by all participants, including the design team, developer, contractor, key subcontractors and owner/operator—producing synergistic results.

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From the first-floor meeting spaces that include high-tech audio/visual systems, guest suites that provide respite from the world and the eco-roof whose garden pathways offer an oasis in an urban setting, the entire Bergelectric team successfully assisted Hotel Indigo® in making a name for itself as a business hotel that allows its guests to “experience more of what life has to offer.”

170,510-square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$3.2 Million

December 2007 – September 2009

Delivery Method
Design Build


Other Team Members
Hensel Phelps
Joseph Wong Design
Robison Engineering

Berg Regional Office
San Diego




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