ETC Building & Design, Inc. Hires Former Rady Children’s Hospital VP of Facilities as CEO

Jacoby RSAN DIEGO, Calif. — ETC Building & Design, Inc. has appointed Timothy L. Jacoby as CEO. Jacoby will be responsible for all facets of the company’s operations throughout its San Diego, Los Angeles and Bay Area offices.

“We’ve had a rewarding six-year relationship with Tim while he was vice president of facilities at Rady Children’s Hospital,” said Michael Essrig, president of ETC Building & Design. “Tim’s expertise in plant operations, construction, facilities, real estate and planning, coupled with his 24-year military career, make him a tremendous asset to the company, which is currently experiencing significant growth.”

Jacoby previously served as vice president of facilities, real estate planning, construction, plant operations and maintenance at Rady Children’s Hospital from 2003 to 2012. Under his direction, the hospital completed a number of significant capital improvement projects including a gas turbine powered co-generation plant that allows the hospital to produce all of its own electricity, a new parking structure and a new 280,000-square-foot patient care tower, as well as the development and acquisition of multiple medical buildings. During his 24-year career in the Navy, Jacoby held many key positions including commanding officer and served aboard nuclear powered submarines, aircraft carriers and conventional surface ships.

“I am thrilled to be joining ETC Building & Design and have admired the company for many years. The next several years will be very exciting for ETC as we continue to expand our services and offer the very best building and design services for our clients,” added Jacoby. “I look forward to bringing my hospital ‘owner’ experience and considerable engineering experience to ETC so we can translate this experience into reliable, sustainable, robust and cost-effective projects for our customers.”

ETC Building & Design’s 2013 plans include expansion in additional West Coast regions with a continued focus on healthcare, military and life sciences design and construction.


Posted December 7, 2012

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