Overview

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.