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Dynalectric Company San Diego, a leading provider of complex, fully integrated design-build electrical services, has announced the completion of electrical work for High Bluff Ridge, Sunroad Spectrum I, 707 Broadway, One America Plaza, Terraces at Copley Point and the Qualcomm AV Building, according to Channey Doud, executive vice president for Dynalectric San Diego.

Doud said the company's work for the 160,000-square-foot High Bluff Ridge at Del Mar included electrical services, tel-data, fire alarm system, access control and security system. The project team for High Bluff Ridge, which consists of two Class A corporate office buildings, includes Swinerton Builders, the general contractor; and Brian Paul Associates, architect. Dynalectric's project team included Bob McMakin, project manager, and Andy Anderson, project foreman.

The Sunroad Centrum I is a new 11-story, 275,000-square-foot Class A office tower located on Spectrum Center Boulevard. It is Kearny Mesa's first Class A building and the city of San Diego's first speculative LEED certified office tower. Dynalectric provided the electrical, fire alarm system, tel-data, security system and access controls. The project team included Sunroad Enterprises, developer; Swinerton Builders, general contractor; BPA Architecture, design architect; Drew George & Partners, LEED consultant; and Michael Wall Engineering, the electrical engineer. Dynalectric's project team included John Price, project manager, and Steve Coffin, project foreman.

In downtown San Diego, Dynalectric provided electrical services for the remodel of the 18-story, 187,000-square-foot Washington Mutual Tower at 707 Broadway in downtown San Diego. The project team included Sundt Construction. Dynalectric's project team included Bob McMakin, project manager.

For One America Plaza, one of San Diego's most prestigious buildings, Dynalectric provided the electrical services, fire alarm system and tel-data for the 34-story, 623,000-square-foot office building. The project team included Roel Construction, general contractor. Dynalectric's project team included Terry Gilbert as the project manager.

Dynalectric also completed work on the tenant improvement of the Qualcomm AV Building, a 150,000-square-foot office building consisting of two floors of laboratories and six levels plus a basement. Dynalectric provided electrical and fire alarm systems. The project team included Swinerton Builders, general contractor; Ware Malcomb, design architect; and Michael Wall Engineering, electrical engineering. Dynalectric's project team included John Price, project manager, and Joaquin Gonzales, project foreman.

The new Terraces at Copley Point is a 530,000-square-foot Class A office campus plus parking in Kearny Mesa. The office campus encompasses two steel-framed, six-story office buildings totaling 175,000 and 205,0000 square feet. An adjacent three-story, concrete, open-air parking structure will accommodate 1,073 cars. The $115 million project is intended to be LEED certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. Dynalectric provided the complete electrical services and systems as well as fire alarm, security and access control. The project team included Sudberry Development Inc., developer; Reno Contracting, general contractor; and Hanna Gabriel Wells Architects, project architect; and X-nth, engineer. Dynalectric's project team included Eric Clevenger, project manager, and Sal Giacalone, project foreman.

Dynalectric Company San Diego is a leader in complex, fully integrated design/build electrical services. Dynalectric has more than 400 employees in San Diego with project teams that include specialists in the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of tel-data communications, audio/video, process control, building management and fire/safety installations. Dynalectric is a wholly owned subsidiary of EMCOR Group Inc. For more information on Dynalectric, visit www.dyna-sd.com.

Submitted by Dynalectric Company San Diego

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