We've had the privilege to work in many of the Southern California area medical facilities - handling critical systems shutdowns, switchgear installations, emergency room work, medical lab renovations, and patient care areas. These projects require so much more than a knowledge of the specifications and special code requirements. Infection control and professionalism are a must, and something we handle with care. 

UCSD Thorton - UCSD Medical Center - Scripps Hillcrest - 29 Palms Medical Clinic - VA Loma Linda - FHCSD Hillcrest - FHCSD Downtown - FHCSD North Park - FHCSD El Cajon - VA Mental Health Ward Los Angeles - VA Center Long Beach - and many more

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  • Family Health Centers of San Diego

    Cacy Electric has been entrusted with many important jobs over the years, and installing the electrical during the remodeling of various Family Health Centers around San Diego was no exception. From the remodel of the top-rated Hillcrest facility, to our contributions to the ground-up construction of the El Cajon location, to the remodel of two partially occupied facilities in Downtown and North Park, Team Cacy is full of experienced electricians comfortable in these medical settings.

  • UC San Diego Health

    Despite the challenges inherent in medical jobs with infectious controls, continuous occupation, and the like, Cacy Electric has successfully worked in many UCSD workspaces. Recently we aided in the remodel of the Anesthetic work rooms and offices at UCSD Thornton, and helped ready their surgery locker rooms. Over the past few years we have also helped piece together Thornton's Geriatric ward, Hillcrest's Nuclear Medicine area, the Environmental Services Department renovation, and more.  

  • VA Hospital Loma Linda

    The VA Hospital at Loma Linda was quite the undertaking, including over 200,000 feet of conduit spanning across the 4-story hospital, not to mention new DDC Controls for the HVAC system, and dozens of other projects and installations needed. But after two years of diligent work, our team is proud to have worked on a project with such lasting value.