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Pacific Building Group starts renovations to Sharp Rees-Stealy office building

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Pacific Building Group said it has begun the preliminary demolition and renovation of an office building in Sorrento Mesa for Sharp Rees-Stealy.

Sharp recently leased a three-story, class A office building from Kilroy Realty Corp. to provide better facilities and an expansion in services for their patients in the Mira Mesa and Sorrento Mesa area.

The project includes the overall renovation of the 102,875-square-foot building, as well as the addition of a secondary data center.

The scope of work also includes major site renovations to accommodate a new UPS system and generator, underground plumbing replacement, new gas distribution system, as well as improved traffic patterns and site landscaping to enhance the patient experience.

The new facility will provide services in audiology, occupational medicine, physical therapy, dermatology, optical shop, podiatry, optometry, primary care, laboratory, orthopedics, radiology, neurology, pediatrics, rheumatology, obstetrics and gynecology, pharmacy and urgent care.

The project was awarded as a design-build contract, and the team consists of Pacific Building Group, AVRP Studios and Entente Design; with additional team members including Diversified Protection Systems Inc., Industrial Commercial Systems and Ickler Electric Corp.

The project is being managed by Sharp Healthcare and B&G Consultants.

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