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A State-of-the-Art Campus for a Pharmaceutical Giant

Pfizer has come a long way from its humble beginnings in the late 19th Century and mass production of penicillin during WWII. But their mission remains unchanged—improving upon the quality of life for the kingdom of man, as well as the animal kingdom. Today, Pfizer invests a staggering $2+ billion annually on research and development in a wide range of medical fields—from asthma to arthritis and obesity to osteoporosis.

Working hand-in-hand with longtime general contracting partner, DPR Construction, Bergelectric has helped provide space for Pfizer’s burgeoning operations on their La Jolla campus.

In just under nine months on each building, Bergelectric crews ran distribution feeders in the underground parking structures using prefabricated unistrut conduit racks, concentric conduit bends and rough-in devices. They installed San Diego Gas & Electric service, central plants, emergency generators, laboratory electrical utilities, and all security, fire, communication and EMS systems totaling over $5 million.

Size
300,500-square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$16 Million

Duration
September 2002 – February 2004

Delivery Method
Design Build

Other Team Members
DPR Construction
Delawie, Wilkes, Rodrigues Architects

Berg Regional Office
San Diego

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