This 52,000 sf. medical office building includes a surgery center, dialysis clinic, radiology suite and 13 medical offices on a 4-acre site. Responsibilities include: construction management (Owner Representative for Shell) and several tenant improvements and assistance with leases and tenants and ongoing building maintenance management.
This is VCA’s new 10,000 sf. veterinary hospital and clinic. The VCA Animal Hospital is set on a 25,000 sf. parcel in Arroyo Grande. This unique two-story building will join the VCA network of over 520 animal hospitals in 41 states across the nation. Project responsibilities include: frontage improvements, grading, drainage, utility and low impact stormwater design.
Linne Colado Winery Addition & Fermentation Building – Templeton
This project is a 2,700 square foot tasting room and office addition, with a new fermentation building and winery support building. This unique ‘mixed-use’ project also includes a studio apartment of 8,300 square feet on a 77-acre winery in Templeton, California. The project responsibilities include: civil engineering services, grading and drainage, domestic and fire water supply systems, domestic and process waste water systems, and construction administration services.
This 0.86 acre site is the location of the University Board of the Presbytery doing business as Front Porch. The Front Porch operates exclusively for charitable, education and religious purposes by providing a religious center and student housing. The purpose of the building is to facilitate the spiritual, emotional and intellectual growth of its residents, and the community of Cal Poly and Cuesta College.
The project consists of seven two story multi-family units for student housing, two story multi-purpose building that provides a new student center, management offices, recreational areas, a three bedroom housing unit for the executive director and associated parking, bicycle storage and frontage improvements. Sustainable features were incorporated into the project and consist of onsite bioswales and decorative permeable paving. Project responsibilities included: rough grading design, frontage improvements, final grading, drainage and low impact stormwater design.
The new Department of Industrial Relations building is a 9,500 square foot LEED Gold structure on a one-acre site. It is a public-serving administrative office, and a court facility for the adjudication of workers’ compensation claims. The building was developed under a design-build format; and, was subject to County planning area standards, subdivision design guidelines and CC&R’s, State General Services standards, and also FAA restrictions- due to its immediate proximity to an airport.
The DIR building is designed for optimum solar orientation and daylighting. It is intended to be operate most of the year using no electric lighting in regularly occupied space. This can be achieved by applying a combination of solar-shaded south and north facing windows, light diffusing transoms, clerestory windows and ducted skylights. A system of wind towers above the roof uses negative air pressure, from the consistent prevailing winds, to drive a passive ventilation system. Using this unique system, the design will eliminate the need for mechanical cooling and ventilation for about half the year. Other sustainable features include photovoltaic panels, reclaimed non-potable water, cool roofing and paving, permanent green building educational displays, onsite bioswales and decorative permeable paving. Project responsibilities included: project entitlements, onsite grading, drainage and low impact stormwater design, construction administration. The owner of this property is Walter Brothers Construction.
This 4,000 sf Federal Credit Union Building sits on a .5-acre site. Project responsibilities include: bidding, selection of general contractor, construction management (Owner Representative for Shell), and tenant improvements.
Ground Up represents the resident engineer and Inspector of Record for this road rehabilitation project. This project includes: replacement of curb, gutter & sidewalk, handicap ramps, storm drain and hot mix asphalt overlay.
Estero Bay Methodist Church Residential Tract 2602 – Morro Bay
This seven lot residential development sits on a 3.8 acre site owned by Estero Bay United Methodist Church. This project is located in Morro Bay and includes: a subdivision (of an existing 3.8 acre church property) of seven residential lots, and one remainder lot consisting of an existing church building; a community garden, and a parking lot. The project responsibilities include: preliminary tentative tract map, entitlements, frontage improvements, grading, drainage, and utility improvements, disabled access to adjacent public park, erosion control and storm water pollution prevention plan, and construction administration.
This project is a relocation of existing Industrial Waste Water Treatment Facility and Remedial Utility (IWWTF) repairs. Project responsibilities include: QC/QA / Construction Manager and Estimator for General Engineering Contractor for relocation of existing IWWTF, remodel of existing industrial building to receive existing IWWTF, Direction Drilling of HDPE & Electrical Lines, installation of new 600 Amp Electrical Service, and repair of existing main utility lines to existing maintenance facility.