With completion of the new J. Craig Venter Institute, La Jolla, later this year, San Diegans will have more reason to be proud of its reputation for being the nation’s leader in high-tech science and innovation and home of more Nobel Prize winning scientists than any other city.
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J. Craig Venter Institute on UCSD Campus Expected to be Only Net Zero Energy Biological Laboratory in the World
McCarthy Completes Construction of CHOC Children’s Hospital’s New Bill Holmes Tower Two Months Early
Now that construction is complete on a seven-story patient care tower at CHOC Children’s Hospital, families in Orange County, Calif. have a bright new pediatric hospital facility to help children heal and feel more at ease when they become ill or injured and need specialized medical attention. Specifically designed for the care of children, the new 425,524-square-foot patient tower will provide leading-edge technology and advanced programs and services in a child-friendly, healing environment when it completely opens in late March 2013.
New Latino Health Access Park and Community Center Fosters a Healthier Lifestyle for Families in Santa Ana
Families in a densely populated, immigrant community with few, if any, park facilities, now have a place to exercise, play and learn about healthy living. The new $3.6 million park and community center, which is scheduled to officially open for public use on Sunday, April 21, 2013 is the progression of years of effort to bring much-needed outdoor recreational space to downtown Santa Ana.
McCarthy was recently honored with three Celebration of Engineering & Technology Innovation (CETI) Awards for the innovation and technology created and employed in the design and construction process. The recognition represents the first time in the history of the CETI Awards that a single company has been honored with multiple awards in the same year.
A team of Colorado businesses joined local officials last week to break ground on a new $125 million water treatment plant in El Paso County as part of the Southern Delivery System (SDS) water project. Construction of the new plant is providing significant work for area businesses that participated in a shovel ceremony to mark the start of construction on the single largest SDS component. The water treatment plant will treat up to 50 million gallons of water per day upon the project’s completion in 2016.