Projects

PROJECTS

Commercial Projects

Client: Sempra Energy
Date: 2006-2007
Contractor: Roel Construction, Inc.

Equipped all 19 floors with Mecho Shades (average 80 shades per floor). Vision on 85% of the windows with 15% receiving dual shades (Black-out and vision on one window) which were all conference facilities.

Client: Sempra Energy
Date: 7/1/15
Contractor: Turner Construction CompanySixteen Floor office tower occupied by Sempra Energy.

Manual MechoShades floors 3 through 15. Motorized Shades on 15 and 16. Monumental ElectroShade on the first floor lobby and cafe. Motorized shades were all integrated into Crestron Controllers using MechoShades new MNI (MechoNet Interface)

Client: KIA
Date: 12/12/2009
Contractor: ICE Builders, Inc.

Consisted of 3 – 20ft. x 30ft MechoShade “SkyLighter™” Double Motor Tension Shades completely automated on a 60 Foot ceiling * This needs to be highlighted because MechoShade is the only company that can handle this size (and larger) Skylight shade. Diversified sold it and installed it!

Client: Senomyx, Inc. San Diego CA
Date: 2008
Contractor: Diversified Direct

Phase I: Vertical Blinds for Lobby front entrance Phase II: Changed to motorized Mecho Shades Multi-Banded with RTS 40 Feet in height.

Client: Nissan Superior Dealer, Los Angeles

Manual Solar Shades in Show Room and Offices

School & University Projects

Client: Willow Grove Elementary School, Poway CA
Date: 2008
Contractor: Echo Pacific

All work done for Willow Grove Elementary School was done for their new theater. Stage Curtains with Stage Tracks – I-Beam heavy Duty Curtain Track with Walk-Along Curtain System – Installation of Pipe Grid 20 Ft. high

Client: Nevada State College

Client: Central LA New Learning Center, Los Angeles CA
Date: 2010
Contractor: Hensel Phelps Construction, Co.

2″ Mini Blinds with side Channels. Also included Verticals and shades in designated rooms. This is for the new central LA Learning Center located in Los Angeles.

Healthcare Facilities

Client: Kaiser Antelope Valley 

Kaiser Permanente saw the need for a new, highly sustainable, specialty medical office building to bring specialized care to a growing number of members in the remote location of Lancaster, 70 miles north of Los Angeles. Known for its windy, high desert climate, Lancaster’s extreme weather presented challenges in the design and construction, particularly in light of Kaiser’s goals of LEED Gold-certification.
 
The south facing wall of the building is covered by a curvilinear glass curtain that allows the building to harvest natural light and minimize the need to artificial lighting during the day time. Providing expansive views of the mountains on the horizon, the large windows help create a biophilic design that incorporates nature into the built environment, which can prove crucial in healthcare facilities as it contributes directly to patient’s well-being.
Size: 136,850 sf
Completion Date: 2014
Architect: Taylor
Owner: Kaiser Permanente

Client: V.A.(Veterans Affairs)Medical Offices, Oceanside CA
Date: 2010
Contractor: Reno Contracting

The blackout with side channels were nicely finished with a in-pocket mount. Motorized Blackout Shades with side channels, Motorized shades in the lobby and over 100 Vertical blinds installed throughout the building.

Client: Wounded Warrior Center Camp Pendleton Oceanside, CA
Date: 2010
Contractor: Barnhart Balfour Beatty, Inc.

45 Manual Mecho shades throughout building 4 with double shades in the game room.
Camp Pendleton officials opened the Wounded Warrior Center with promises to offer services previously found only on the East Coast. Based on a similar program at Camp Lejeune, N.C., the center is designed to help Marines and sailors who are too well to be hospitalized but not well enough to return to their units or the civilian world. This is the first of its kind on the west coast.

Client: Allied Health San Diego, CA
Date: 2009
Contractor: McCarthy Construction and Brady Company

Allied Health – Education and Training Facilities at Mesa College. Approximately 400 Manual shades and Motorized Shades for the lobby area.

Client: Sharp Grossmont Hospital

Client: La Maestra Community Health

Hospitality

Client: Hilton Bayfront Hotel, San Diego CA
Date: 2008
Contractor: Hensel Phelps Construction, Co.

Entire lobby, reception, bar and restaurant area, with automated Mecho shades, Custom Pockets, Motorized Sheer Drapes and curtains, all at a height of 30 Feet.

The Hilton Bayfront Hotel sits adjacent to the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA.

Client: Viejas Casino, San Diego, CA
Date: 2006
Contractor: Rudolph & Sletten

In-pocket Motorized Solar Shades in Lobby controlled from the bar area – 40 Foot high angled Sheers leading up the escalators and throughout the bar area – Custom Angled Drapes in High Roller Room

Client: Cheesecake Factory, Chula Vista
Date: 2006

The shades maintain a view to the outside for bar patrons sitting at the bar while eliminating the glare and direct sunlight. Motorized Mecho Shades with 8 intelligent& addressable IQ/MLCs to control upwards of 30 Shades with wall switches. Bar area posed a considerable challenge for unique effect of having the bar facing a window to the outside with the casing in front of it.

Client: Carlsbad Golf Club, Carlsbad CA
Date: 2007

Motorized Mecho Shades throughout the Clubhouse i.e. the restaurant, Golf Shop, and rotunda.
Direct with the City of Carlsbad – Diversified acted as the GC on the project – New construction

Military

Client: US Navy Downtown San Diego CA
Date: 2010
Contractor: R.A. Burch Construction

Manual (Springs Inc.) Shades throughout
Naval Base (Wet Side), Building 57, Downtown San Diego, 2-story building

Client: US Navy Coronado CA
Date: 2008
Contractor: Swinerton Incorporated

East Side elevation: Levolor Perforated Mini Blinds. Manual Mecho shades floors three through five. All motorized Mecho shades on the sixth floor, including the spectacular boardroom.