Final beam placed in project designed to transform Camarillo hospital

Blessed and covered with signatures, a 600-pound beam was guided into place Wednesday atop the three-story, $80 million addition at St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital. It’s the final beam and last piece of steel framing in a project designed to turn an old hospital into a new one.

Read more about the project in this Ventura County Star article.


a nod to the bright future of UC San Diego Jacobs Medical Center

We love this video created by our client, UC San Diego Jacobs Center about what it takes to build the future of healthcare.

As a design-build partner, we are designing, procuring and engineering the installation of massive curved glass panels enveloping the curtain wall. This project is comprised of a 495,000-square-foot, 246-bed addition and a 40,000 square-foot central plant addition along with 70,000 square feet of renovations to the existing space.