Pan-Pacific is nearing the end of a consolidated rental car center at the San Diego International Airport.
Once finished, the $180 million dollar CONRAC facility will house 12 rental car companies and will include a customer service building, a quick-turn-around car prep facility, and a 5,000-car ready/return area. Instead of the rental car facilities spread along Pacific Coast Highway as they are currently, the 4-story project will move the facilities to a centralized location.
Pan-Pacific is handing all plumbing, in addition to the wet side and dry side of the mechanical. The concrete structure is made up of more than 95,000 cubic yards with two million square feet of total floor area.
This project recognized such savings through the design assist GMP process that countless additions to the project’s scope were able to be incorporated. The magnitude of the plumbing and mechanical scope was expanded by over 30% of its original scope, yet the project remains ahead of schedule and overall under budget.
The project is expected to earn LEED Silver and is on track to open in mid-January 2016.