- Categories: Government, Occupied Facility
- Client: City of San Diego
- Year Completed: 2013
- Budget: $965,000
- Overview: Paradigm replaced nine old box car units, a boiler system, and various miscellaneous air conditioning units with new, state-of-the-art, energy-efficient Mc Quay units. These new units incorporated humidity control and included an updated building management control system. New gas and electrical metering systems allow the owner to track each tenant’s usage and associated costs, then bill these utilities back to the tenant. This project required effective management and performance coordination of multiple disciplines in an existing and operational facility – without any disruption of the daily operations. Paradigm’s Quality Control & Safety programs were also effective tools in adhering to the owner’s and project’s commitments -- while maintaining safe work conditions for both occupants and workers. Pedestrian walkways and traffic controls ensured that the public access to the park was maintained at all times.