Palomar Medical Center West

Escondido, CA, United States

Sustainable hospital complex is one of the largest single construction projects done through Integrated Project Delivery

Phase I included site utility planning, a 10-level, 450-bed hospital, and new central utility plant to accommodate the buildings and a planned Phase II medical office building. The facility features sustainable design consistent with that for LEED certification. Using a sophisticated building management system, it operates with low energy and water consumption and high efficiency HVAC systems are emphasized. The stress-reducing and healing powers of nature, utilizing daylight, views, and access to the outdoors.


  • BIM/Revit
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Master Planning
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Plumbing
  • Technology- Low Voltage


Academy of Architecture for Health Built Projects Over $25M
AIA 2013

American Architecture Award
The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design AND The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies 2013

Best Overall Project of the Year
Engineering News Record (ENR) 2012

BIM Excellence Award
AIA TAP Building Information Model Awards 2010

Citation for Healthcare Facilities Design
Modern Healthcare 2007

Citation of Merit Healthcare Design
Architectural Showcase Review 2006

Engineering Excellence Honor Award
California ACEC 2012

Healthcare Design Award
AIA National 2013

Healthcare Project of the Year
Engineering News Record (ENR) 2012

Healthcare Sector Building of the Year Shortlist
World Architecture News 2010

Merit Award €˜Next LA’ Awards
AIA Los Angeles 2007

Most Beautiful Hospitals in America
Soliant Health 2014

National Recognition Award
American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) 2013