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Pacific Building Group Awarded El Centro Medical Building Project

SAN DIEGO (March 31, 2017) – Pacific Building Group has been awarded a 63,000 square-foot medical building project in El Centro, California. The 33-year-old general contracting firm has a long history of delivering medical buildings to San Diego County healthcare providers like Sharp, Scripps and UC San Diego. Pacific Medical Buildings is the developer of the project, which will begin construction early this summer and serve tenants Clinicas and Imperial Valley Family Care Medical Group.

“Our firm and medical services team take great pride in delivering well-crafted medical buildings on time and on budget and we’re pleased that Pacific Medical Buildings has awarded us this opportunity,” says Jim Roherty, president of Pacific Building Group.

Pacific Building Group will coordinate all pre-construction, scheduling, cost control and communication efforts. Pacific 33 Architects, Inc., Nadel Architecture and Javier Diaz Architects will work alongside Pacific Building Group to complete the project.

In addition to the 63,000 square-foot, two-story building, the facility will include an 8,000 square-foot ambulatory surgery center and 405 parking spaces. The exterior will showcase tilt-up concrete panels and glass materials as well as sunshades and a large, welcoming walkway.

About Pacific Building Group

In 1984, Greg Rogers founded Pacific Building Group in San Diego as a one-man operation, specializing in tenant improvements. Spurred by client referrals and an excellent work record, the company has grown to address the full spectrum of construction needs, from ground-up to tenant improvement, healthcare and facilities maintenance. Today, Pacific Building Group is one of the largest locally-based general contracting firms, employing more than 150 individuals. Through excellence in all aspects of construction, Pacific Building Group strives to complete projects in which employees, strategic partners, clients and the community can take pride. For more information, please visit

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