Project Completion | OneLegacy Headquarters

Project Completion | OneLegacy saves lives through organ, eye, and tissue donation. The new Transplant Recovery Facility and Headquarters in Azusa, the largest such facility in the world, is now open.


This project involved major renovating of a 98,000 s.f., 3-story commercial building, addition of 60,000 s.f of clinical and conference spaces and a 460-car parking structure to serve OneLegacy’s administrative and clinical operations needs. This space is also home to the OneLegacy Foundation, which provides education and research advancement to help save lives through organ donation. The new, state-of-the-art 50,000 s.f. Transplant Recovery Facility was connected to the existing building, tripling their previous recovery center’s capacity. The facility includes a 16,000 s.f. conference space, 4-story parking structure, 10,000 s.f. memorial garden, and rooftop helicopter landing pad.


PNG Builders is proud to assist in the design and act as builder for One Legacy. This new facility will help improve the donation and transplant process for the many hospitals and transplant centers in the Greater Los Angeles area.


Thank you to OneLegacy for trusting us with this monumental project. Our dedicated team included:
Picasso Bhowmik | Vice President
P. David Pulley | Chief Estimator
David Rattay | Project Manager
Mario Espinosa | Project Engineer
Rudy Goldhaber | Superintendent
John Munoz | Superintendent
Greg Crespin | Superintendent
Quyen Trinh | Senior Estimator
Anthony Calderon | Safety Director
Dawn McNeal | Project Admin
Justina Huesias | Project Admin


Congratulations to the entire team that helped make this project a success including LA architects, BKF Engineers, P2S Inc., IMEG Corp, HPM, LRM Landscape Architecture, CD+M Lighting Design Group, CEC Healthcare, International Parking Design, Inc., and Coffman Engineers.