Manchester Grand Hyatt Renovations, SAN DIEGO, CA
SCOPE OF WORK
Dynalectric has provided the Manchester Grand Hyatt with electrical contracting services on several projects over the years. In 2003 Dynalectric finished the build out of the second tower and since 2012 there have been several renovations.
Seaview Restaurant – This project converted a split level restaurant to a single floor, including a patio with LED handrails and a new store front. In addition, new LED retrofit lights and chandeliers with automated roller shades were integrated.
Podium Space L2 & L3 - The renovation was of the 2nd and 3rd levels at one of San Diego’s busiest hotels. 157,000-square-feet of existing ballrooms, meeting rooms, foyers, show offices, restrooms, a high bay lobby and escalator tower were upgraded.
Meeting Space Level 32 – This tenant improvement consisted of all new lighting, dimming and AV systems, as well as new LED lighting with Vantage dimming systems.
Podium Space L1 & L4 – The renovation project of 78,000-square-feet were completed on the 1st and 4th floors of the hotel to existing ballrooms, meeting rooms, gym, foyers, offices, restrooms, and elevator lobbies.
Hyatt Market One Renovation – The once “Grab-N-Go” was demolished to make room for a new market setup.
Top of the Hyatt Bar & Lounge – The project’s scope included a complete remodel of the bar and lounge to make it current into today’s modern style. All HVAC and electrical were upgraded.
Hyatt Fitness Center – The renovation of the existing 4th floor Fitness Center included demolition to the existing structure to allow an expansion for new restrooms with the remodeled finishes and saunas.
The project provided a four-way switch, concrete equipment pads and upgraded underground distribution systems. It included repairs to concrete encased duct banks, conductors, manholes, and utilities control system (UCS) monitoring. The upgraded underground distribution system was routed around the perimeter of Building 3187.
Dynalectric was able to renovate the existing hotel while day to day operations continued as normal. To ensure there were no interruptions to hotel guests, staff or events, work at each level was staged in multiple phases to allow the hotel use of the ballrooms and meeting rooms which had been booked in advance of the construction project.
The Manchester Grand Hyatt is a pinnacle of the San Diego Skyline. Perched on the San Diego Bay, it is comprised to two towers, the 33-story Seaport Tower and the 40-story Harbor Tower.