Pan-Pacific anticipates monumental achievements in 2013 with the beginning of construction and design at Kaiser San Diego Central Hospital.
This $700 million dollar project marks one of the largest projects in Pan-Pacific history. The 550,000 square foot hospital will feature 321 beds during its debut in 2017.
Pan-Pacific will be focusing on several initiatives in the design and construction of the project. Incorporating more efficient water systems will help us target the LEED Gold requirements. The use of a Tri-Generation System will stand at the forefront of efficient power systems offering greater benefits in electricity, heating and cooling. This system will attain higher overall efficiency by turning waste heat into combined cooling, heat, and power. An integrated chilled beam system and a rain water collection system will also help the owner in obtaining LEED Gold.
These advanced features incorporated with innovative structural methods and high performing mechanical systems will provide a sustainable and efficient state of the art hospital where patients and staff may forever thrive.