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Pacific Building Group completes renovation work for Quintiles

San Diego-based Pacific Building Group has completed work on a 26,000-square-foot regional office for Quintiles, a provider of biopharmaceutical development and commercial outsourcing services.

The new collaborative office space allows Quintiles to reduce its overall square footage requirements while creating a more flexible and open space for its employees.

Pacific Building Group performed extensive renovations of two floors within an occupied Class A office building at Seaview Corporate Center on Telesis Court in Sorrento Valley.

The new space accommodates new computer rooms, new conference areas and a lounge, multiple employee break areas, and centralized recycling stations.

Nature-inspired finishes include Sapelle wood veneer ceilings, plants and rock gardens throughout and furnishings. New meeting rooms with custom glass film depicting 10 of San Diego’s iconic beach scenes complete the design.

Pacific Building Group worked with Kansas City-based architecture firm Bell/Knott & Associates on the design of Quintiles’ renovations.

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