Accriva is a new company; the integration of San Diego based Accumetrics and a larger firm in New Jersey, ITC. ITC acquired Accumetrics and relocated their New Jersey operations, including a large manufacturing facility, to San Diego and combining facilities. The 130,000 square foot facility included office, manufacturing, instrument production, clinical/R&D and warehouse spaces. Key elements of the project included 60,000 sf of corporate office improvements, construction of a 1,000 sf mechanical mezzanine, construction of 20,000 sf of new dry-room space, installation of a 3,000 sf cold room, installation of an ESFR Fire Sprinkler system in a 27,000 sf warehouse with high pile storage. Several specialized MEP systems were installed in the project including redundant 125hp air compressors, a back-up generator, compressed air, argon, nitrogen and deionized water systems.
Hughes Marino acted as the lead for the project, managing the schedule and design to accommodate the ever-changing dynamics of splitting a single phase project into 3 phases with a phased occupancy as well as a change to the scope of the project of approximately $2 million. Hughes Marino worked with the architect to complete a due diligence review of the project and submitted it to the landlord for their action resulting in $30,000 worth of repair and remediation work and an additional $110,000 of ADA work completed at no cost to the client. Hughes Marino went on to find, document and negotiate an additional $250,000 worth of repairs to repair existing building deficiencies, again at no cost to the client.
Hughes Marino provided full project management services from architectural and general contractor firm selection through design, bidding, construction and occupancy.
Square Feet - 130,000 SF
Contract Amount - $8.35 Million
General Contractor - Prevost Construction
Architect - Ferguson Pape Baldwin Architects