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Pediatric Acute Care Facility in San Diego

Upon opening, the 279,000-s.f. Acute Care Pavilion of the Rady Children’s Center boasted one of the most advanced pediatric facilities in America. Architect Anson + Allen’s plans for the hospital will qualify it as one of the only hospital buildings in California to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)—stringent standards established by the US Green Building Council (USGBC).

Reflecting a healing environment with gardens and cheerful family-friendly rooms, the Acute Care Pavilion also houses a new Hematology/Oncology wing. This unique facility features advanced air-filtering equipment to safeguard patients from infection, operating rooms supporting the latest advancements in pediatric surgery and a life-saving neonatal intensive-care unit.

Bergelectric also worked with general contractor McCarthy Building Group on construction of an adjacent structure providing over 330,000 s.f. for parking.

Berg coordinated closely with electrical engineer Randall Lamb to provide power, lighting and tel/data, nurse-call, ultra-sensitive patient-monitoring and security systems. In addition to the Acute Care Pavilion, Berg was responsible for the inner workings of a new generator building, installing infrastructure that will tie to the existing plant and provide power to the Pavilion.

279,000 square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$21.6 Million

March 2007 – April 2010

Delivery Method

Other Team Members
McCarthy Construction
Randall Lamb

Technology Systems
TelData, Fire Alarm, Security, Public Address, Nurse Call

Berg Regional Office
San Diego



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