Kaiser Permanente leads the way with their next generation medical office building.

To meet the growing needs of Kaiser Permanente members in Los Angeles, CA, Kaiser Permanente transformed 3 floors of an existing office building into medical offices for Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Social Medicine, Radiology, Family Medicine, OB/GYN, Nurse Clinic, Pharmacy, and Laboratory.

This high-tech facility features digital ID cards, express check-in, and enhanced integrated technology setting a benchmark for other Kaiser Permanente facilities to follow suit.

CSI partnered with Layton Construction to complete the tenant improvement buildout which included technology equipment rooms, copper and fiber distribution cabling, and a new DC Lighting System.

Project Highlights

The Kaiser Permanente Hollywood Romaine MOB’s lighting is one of the first of its kind within Kaiser Permanente and was designed entirely of 24v DC open cable distribution.


Park Fifth Tower is a high rise luxury residence overlooking Pershing Square in DTLA.

Home to 347 units, this 24-story couture apartment building is Los Angeles’s newest offering in home rentals. With an array of opulent amenities, Park Fifth is in a class of its own.

Park Fifth Tower features a rooftop deck with breath-taking 360 degree views of Downtown LA with the added benefit of an infinity pool with cabanas and a hot tub. Residents can also enjoy the onsite modern fitness center with cardio, weight room, and fitness-on-demand, a yoga and pilates studio, controlled-access bike storage and repair area, a dog walk and washing station, and onsite retail. In addition, adjacent to the building is a multi-level parking structure for easy access to the residence.

CSI worked with Suffolk Construction to provide all electrical construction on this project along with extensive work with the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, and the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Project Highlights

During this project, CSI worked on power, lighting and controls, Fire Life Safety, EERCS/DAS, smoke control systems, low voltage communications, CCTV Security, Audio Visual for the building and user, Leaf Cell signal boost, and Seismic monitoring all with the challenge of limited space, complicated logistics, and having to keep all surrounding streets open around the tower.


The USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience is a cutting-edge research facility that connects a divergent group of scientists and engineers to pursue new frontiers in medicine and health.

CSI Electrical Contractors, Inc. partnered with DPR Construction to execute all electrical construction on this 190,000 SF research facility on four levels above grade and one basement level. CSI Electrical Contractors, Inc. provided Design-Assist on the core and shell along with the 90,000 SF interior buildout over 26 months plus the added 20,000 SF of cleanroom space and 40,000 SF of wet labs.

USC Michelson
Project Highlights

This project featured cleanrooms and imaging which required extensive electromagnetic interference (EMI) mitigation considerations that needed the use of GRC (overhead) and PVC Coated GRC (underground) conduits for feeders and branch circuits throughout the basement.

The cleanroom construction also proved to be an extremely difficult project beginning with soil testing to determine the best location to insulate the room from vibrations from the nearby Metro Expo Line light rail. There was a considerable amount of work done to protect the lab which included installing a 3-foot concrete slab for the building’s base, a dedicated duct system which if spread out would span 6 miles if laid from end to end, and using the utmost scrutiny following cleanroom protocol.

In addition, the project included a Toxic Gas Monitoring System, VESDA smoke detection system, and modified fire alarm sequence of operations that allowed area-specific mechanical shutdowns in lieu of a global shutdown sequence.


To serve the growing community and aging population, the Henry Mayo Hewhall Hospital had to expand.

As part of their major long-term planning project, the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital began construction on a new inpatient Patient Tower in 2016. Set to open in 2019, the Patient Tower will include up to 142 additional patient beds, a new 29-bed Women’s Services Unit, and three new medical/surgical units with 30 new medical/surgical beds in each unit. The Patient Tower will also include a permanent rooftop helipad with direct access to the Emergency Department and expanded laboratory and materials management space.

In support of the Patient Tower, a new loading dock and central utility plant were also constructed.

CSI Electrical Contractors, Inc. teamed up with Bernards and HMC Architects to provide all electrical construction on this project along with partnering with M-E Engineers for electrical engineering. Our team installed all low voltage systems including fire alarm, structured cabling, nurse call, security, real time location system, public address, and emergency responder DAS.


City of Hope is a world leader in the research and treatment of cancer, diabetes, and other serious diseases.

Ranked as one of the nation’s “Best Hospitals” in cancer by U.S. News & World Report for more than a decade, City of Hope delivers scientific miracles that make lives whole again.

CSI Electrical Contractors, Inc. partnered with DPR Construction to deliver design build tenant improvements to this 140,000 SF project beginning with a 10,000 SF dry lab tenant improvement to help researchers begin work in the facility quickly. The project also included the renovation of an existing 2-story commercial office building to a state-of-the-art cancer research facility which included a new ground-up central utility plan to support the new lab space.


From shabby to chic, the revitalized Hollywood Park Casino offers thrilling game play in a posh atmosphere.

As part of the masterplan of Hollywood Park in Inglewood, CA, the Hollywood Park Casino offers its patrons a high-end gaming experience just minutes away from the Los Angeles Airport. The 110,000 SF space includes 125 game tables, off-track betting spaces, restaurants, lounge areas, and bars.

CSI Electrical Contractors, Inc. was the electrical engineer on record for this project and was responsible for installing all electrical and low voltage systems throughout the casino.


The casino features an array of unique chandelier lighting including the lighting featured at the main entrance which includes over 1,000 individually hung glass pieces to create a one-of-a-kind chandelier.