Commercial Projects

Client: Sempra Energy
Date: 2015
Contractor: Turner Construction Company Sixteen 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: California Credit Union – Glendale, CA
Date:  2018
Contractor: California Credit Union/North Island Credit Union

California Credit Union offices required  85 manual Mecho shades with fascia at exterior windows.

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.

High-Rise Residential

Client: Pinnacle on the Park – San Diego
Date: 2019
Contractor: Pinnacle International
Architect IBI Groupe Architects

Pinnacle in the Park has become San Diego’s tallest building with 45 floors of luxury apartments.  This monumental structure, in the urban East Village neighborhood, required the modern look and simple function of vertical blinds.  Installation of nearly 3000 blinds across nearly 500 units was required to allow residents full access to the stunning views and full privacy when needed.

Client: Axis on Eleventh/Axis on Twelfth – Los Angeles
Date: 2018
Contractor: Suffolk
Architect: Togawa Smith Martin

These two apartment complexes were built to meet the needs of L.A.’s urban dwellers, with easy access to the vibrant city life. High-end amenities include Draper Manual Roller Shades.  Diversified installed a total of 900 shades.

Client: Park Fifth Apartments – Los Angeles, CA
Date: 2019
Contractor: Suffolk Construction
Architect: Ankrom Moisan Architects

This high-rise residence in downtown Los Angeles is the epitome of luxury.  It required approximately 2000 manual Draper shades, with Somfy RS485 intelligent motorized shades installed at the 2nd floor and penthouse amenities spaces.

Client: 888 At Grand Hope Park – Los Angeles
Date:  2018
Contractor: Suffolk
Architect: RTKL

This parkside residential complex boasts floor to ceiling glass walls, providing dramatic views of downtown Los Angeles. It’s luxury appointments attract discerning residents.  Diversified installed nearly 3000 Mechoshade manual roller shades, covering all exterior windows of levels 2 – 34.

Client: Sunset La Cienega – Los Angeles
Date: 2017
Contractor: Suffolk
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Lorcan O’herlihy Architects

Standing in the heart of the Sunset Strip you’ll find the spectacular Sunset La Cienega, an eight story, two tower marvel.  The unique geometric design visually performs as it plays with light and shadows. 

A design collaboration between architectural firms, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Lorcan O’herlihy Architects, Sunset La Cienega provides residents with ground floor retail and an open air plaza.  The 90 residential units required 650 Mechoshade manual roller shades across two residential towers.  Ten multibanded motoriozed shades were installed in the Clubhouse/Pool area.

Client: Ariel Suites –  San Diego, CA
Date: 2014
Contractor: Swinerton
Architect: AVRP Studios

Upscale living situated in the unique community of Little Italy. These spacious interiors included floor to ceiling windows requiring privacy without compromising city and bay views.  The project required 1500 Springs Window Fashions roller shades installed in over 25 floors of various unit sizes.

School & University Projects

Client: LA City College
Date: 2020

This massive skylight system at the Los Angeles City College – Student Services/Admin Building was quite a challenge. We installed 4 FTS®skylights 15′ x 17′ shades by MechoShade.

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

Healthcare Facilities

Client: LA BioMed Research Institute – Torrance, CA
Date: 2018 – 2019
Contractor: DPR Construction

This project required nearly 100 IQ2 intelligent motors from Mechoshade, controlling almost 300 individual shade bands, all mounted in recessed pockets above the ceiling line and separated by 18″ wide furred-out columns for which Diversified was able to design and have fabricated, custom aluminum drive shafts to pass through and power the shades. A unique fix that reduced the required number of motors by more than 60%, dramatically reducing overall cost while still providing the convenience and technological advantage of the automated system.
Client: Kaiser Permanente – Lancaster, CA
Date: 2014
Contractor: McCarthy Construction
Architect: Taylor Design

Kaiser 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 California, 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 for 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.

Diversified Window Coverings installed motorized Mecho shades with SolarTrac 50 throughout the building, 65 motors, 215 manual shades, and an assortment of cubicle curtains and tracks.

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: Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego CA
Date: 2019
Contractor: Host Hotels

Two majestic high-rise towers loom over the San Diego bay making this hotel a San Diego landmark.  The project called for a retro-fit of blackout shades in all 1,625 guest rooms. Diversified met the requirements with Mechoshade #0100 Series Blackout Shades.

Client: Sunset La Cienega – Hospitality East Parcel in West Hollywood
Date: 2017
Contractor: Suffolk
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

West Hollywood is proud to showcase Sunset La Cienega, two 10 story high-rise hotel towers. This hotel adds to the already vibrant energy of the Sunset Strip.  It’s modern design includes mixed-use property with retail, restaurants and an open-air plaza which allow panoramic views of the L.A. basin.

Suffolk Construction turned to Diversified to install the luxury look to the windows of two penthouse suites. We installed 20 Mecho motorized blackout shades, along with BTX motorized drapery tracks controlling sheer curtains in front of the shades.  In addition, we placed 2 double motorized shades covering large 20’ X 15’ windows in the hotel’s Great Room and one massive Gliss walk-along drapery track with sheer curtain at the hotel’s boardroom.

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: The Crossings at Carlsbad
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


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.