Sharp Memorial Hospital HMP

New Hospital Tower in San Diego

The Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego is a 363,000 s.f., multi-tiered expansion to the already existing medical facility. Bergelectric was at the helm of the electrical work, which included the installation of  a 1100KW generator that had to be tied into the existing facility.

Berg was challenged by the detailed coordination between OSHPD and the hospital personnel. Tying into the existing central plant also created challenges as it required multiple shut-downs while the existing hospital was still operating around the clock.  With the help of  our design coordination services, we were able to confront these challenges ahead of time, making for a virtually seamless expansion.”

Along with the electrical installation, Bergelectric installed complete Hill-Rom nurse call systems throughout the facility.  Bergelectric is a certified installer of Hill-Rom systems nation-wide.

Sharp Memorial is the first hospital to be built in San Diego since 1993.

363,000 square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$16 Million

October 2004 – January 2009

Delivery Method

Other Team Members
Gilbane Construction
NBBJ Architects

Berg Regional Office
San Diego