In 2005, the city of Temecula, California found that its healthcare and medical facilities were not keeping up with the city's growth. To address the need, the city embarked on a planning process with Universal Health Services to develop a new, full-service hospital.

As the economy slowed in 2008, the project was put on hold, but was revived in 2009 on a smaller scale and with a smaller budget. In 2013, we delivered a new 178,000 square foot facility, which included 140 patient rooms, 28 treatment rooms, an intensive care unit, several surgical suites, and a 100-seat dining and foodservice facility.

Southland was selected for the IPD-structured project, as the design-build provider for its mechanical, plumbing, and building automation systems.