Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 7th & 8th Floor Renovations

The Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Nurse Station and Medication Room Renovation was a 4-phase project which included the demolition and upgrade of four nurse stations and medication rooms spread throughout the 7th and 8th floors. The project incorporated the remodel of various offices, workspaces, and bathrooms adjacent to the stations.

Since the project was located within operating patient care facilities, it was vital for PNG to maintain the highest level of infection control throughout the duration of the project. In addition to the infection control, PNG worked in conjunction with the medical staff to limit the impact of the construction with the care and residency of their patients.

New custom casework and stainless steel cabinetry were constructed for the new Nurse Stations. The remodel of these stations also required new mechanical systems (mixing boxes, smoke fire dampers, ductwork, etc.), new plumbing (sinks, toiletries, drinking fountains, mop sinks), an upgrade to the electrical system, and fire alarm and sprinklers. In order to install all of these new MEP systems, PNG carefully coordinated facility shutdowns with medical staff.

New Team Members Introduced to Management Action Program

A Management Action Plan (MAP) workshop was held for Pacific National Group's new hires. Conducted by our management consultant, Mr. Pepe Charles, the workshop explained in detail the vision, mission, and values of PNG while encouraging team building and effective leadership solutions. Every participant was able to build upon value and trust by identifying and evaluating realistic goals for himself/herself as well as the company.

Pacific National Group Welcomes Its New President

On January 1st, Mr. Steve Mathison became President and CFO of Pacific National Group (PNG). Mr. Mathison has worked in construction for nearly 30 years, beginning his career as a project engineer and project manager before joining PNG in 1993. Prior to his role as President, Mr. Mathison served as Vice President of Construction and Business Development for PNG.