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Edward Schwartz Federal Building

Edward Schwartz Federal Building
$50 Million 115,000SF Multi-Phase Renovation in San Diego

Michael Wall Engineering is providing electrical construction documents for the 115,000SF multi-phased renovation in the existing Edward J. Schwartz Federal Building located in downtown San Diego, CA. The $50 million project created new space for Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Custom Enforcement (DHS-ICE), Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), Federal Protective Service (FPS), U.S. Probation Office, and Childcare Center. Electrical distribution systems were renovated on each of the impacted floors.

New improvements were provided for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOR), and Social Security Administration (SSA). Additionally, Grand Jury space in the adjacent original Federal Courthouse wing was renovated. Building electrical system upgrades include automatic transfer switches replacements, main switchgear upgrade, new emergency generator, and a new electric fire pump.

HIGHLIGHTS

Owner
U.S. General Services
Administration (GSA)

Location
San Diego, CA

Project Type
Government

Size
$50 Million
115,000SF

Team
Hensel Phelps
Bergelectric
Gensler
BNIM

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