Pacific Building Group has successfully completed construction on five leading San Diego-area law firms’ offices: Kilpatrick Townsend; Perkins Coie; Sullivan Hill; Robbins Arroyo; and Schor Vogelzang.
Kilpatrick Townsend’s new 10,000-square-foot office space in Del Mar Heights underwent a complete transformation before the firm moved in. The extensive tenant improvements include upgraded audiovisual equipment, new HVAC systems, upgraded finishes, glass walls and doors and custom millwork. Much of the work was completed afterhours to reduce disruption to neighboring tenants in the occupied Class A building. Cooper Carry was the architect and CBRE provided project management services.
The Perkins Coie project involved a full demolition of the firm’s two-story, Class A office building in Del Mar Heights. The international law firm wanted office space optimized for aesthetics and sound transmission mitigation. PBG worked closely with an acoustician to deliver an attractive space that is also functional with collaborative areas and integrated technology. The many enhanced features include a skyfold partition, a NanaWall sliding partition, glass feature stair, glass office fronts, wood ceilings with drywall soffits and LED cove lighting and custom casework. ID Studios served as the architect on the project.
The law firm of Robbins Arroyo chose an existing 24,000-square-foot, single-story shell building for its new office. Located in the UTC area, the contemporary space features roll-up doors, La Cantina sliding doors, all-glass office fronts, skylights and upgraded finishes. The project also includes a new kitchen, restrooms, shower rooms and new electrical and mechanical systems. The architect was ID Studios.
Schor Vogenzang turned to PBG for a complete remodel of its 4,350-square-foot office in downtown San Diego. The project features structural upgrades to allow for an open-area concept, a new conference room, break area and private offices. Natural stone is used throughout for a clean, modern look as are La Cantina glass sliding doors, hard lid ceilings and specialty lighting. The architect was Miller Design.
PBG’s work at Sullivan Hill’s office expanded one full floor in a downtown San Diego high-rise through the use of a MEP Design/Build process. PBG also established and maintained a budget through value engineering from preconstruction through completion. The project includes wall coverings throughout all hallways and in partners’ offices, upgraded finishes in the common areas and conference rooms with decorative ceiling and lighting elements. PBG also made upgrades to the existing common-area elevator lobby and restrooms. Ware Malcomb was the architect.