PAST PROJECTS

Past Projects

 

 

Aptos Village Building 14

Performed preconstruction and permitting services for Building 14, a two story, 6,000 SF mixed-use building with proposed retail/food service on the first floor and (2) residential units on the second floor.The Aptos Village Redevelopment Project will include 69 residential units, 75,000 sf of retail and office space, a “village green,” as well as a small park. The housing will be comprised of six semi-detached single-family homes, 11 townhouses and 52 apartments and condos over retail space. The project will be developed in several phases, with the total project taking about three years to complete. When it is done, Aptos should have a vibrant new town center, with a New Leaf Community market as an anchor tenant.

 

Aptos Village Building 15

Performed preconstruction and permitting services for Building 15, a two story, 6,000 SF mixed-use building with commercial space on the first floor and (2) residential units on the second floor.

The Aptos Village Redevelopment Project will include 69 residential units, 75,000 sf of retail and office space, a “village green,” as well as a small park. The housing will be comprised of six semi-detached single-family homes, 11 townhouses and 52 apartments and condos over retail space. The project will be developed in several phases, with the total project taking about three years to complete. When it is done, Aptos should have a vibrant new town center, with a New Leaf Community market as an anchor tenant.

 

 

 

Blackbird Homes

Performed preconstruction and permitting services for the Blackbird Homes property is on 4.72 acres and is composed of a total of (48) units consisting of 90,874 SF. The units are designed in groups of two in a circular fashion on the property, with a circular shaped driveway. The center of the development is a large common open space area which is surrounded by (18) of the units, which will have a different floor plan from the remaining (30) units.  (18) units are proposed surrounding the large central open space area.  Each of these units will include 3 stories, three bedrooms and 2 ½ bathrooms. The remaining (30) units have three slightly different floor plans.  Some units will contain 3 bedrooms and 2 ½ bathrooms while other units will include 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms. The plans follow a Craftsman design with a large bay window on the raised first floor, vertical sliding windows, and a broad, sloping side-gabled roof. The units have a stucco exterior.

 

The proposed exemplifies several principles of the Livable Community Residential Design Guidelines.  Elements include the following:

  • Centrally located common open space with community gardens.
  • A mix of exterior façade elements and articulated elevations to provide
    visual interest.
  • The façade of the buildings have a unifying theme, roof forms and wall planes
    are broken up and provide architectural interest.
  • Access to the slough trails, and close proximity to the elementary school,
    Ramsay Park, and shopping areas.

 

 

 

The Marriott Residence Inn

Scotts Valley, California

Performed preconstruction and permitting services for a 120 room, four story, 86,906 SF hotel.  The guest units include a mix of Studio, One Bedroom, and Queen units.  The hotel common spaces include the Front Desk, Hearth Room, Study, Lounge, Meeting Room, Fitness Room and associated support spaces.  Food service areas include Food Prep and Serving for breakfast meals and the Bar and Dining areas. Sitework includes a (123) stall parking lot with Emergency Vehicle Access from the adjacent townhome residences, pool/spa, sport court, and outdoor gathering area that includes a BBQ and fire pit.  The Project will be utilizing prefabricated modular bathroom pods by Oldcastle.  These bathroom pods come completely prefinished and are delivered and “dropped”
in each unit during the rough framing phase of the project.  Once adjacent walls are sheetrocked, Oldcastle will return to place and install the pods in their final position.

 

 

 

San Antonio Village North

In association with Ingram & Associates, Inc. performed limited preconstruction and construction services for $250 million, six building office and mixed use project.

 

GLA Phase II:  450,000 square feet of office space preleased to LinkedIn, 168 room hotel, 8 screen cinema complex preleased to ICON Theatres and 106,000 square feet of retail

  • Located in the regional shopping destination of the affluent and well-established city of Mountain View at the northern end of Silicon Valley.
  • 20.6 acre site at the confluence of Mountain View, Palo Alto, and Los Altos.
  • Excellent frontage and signage on the corner of San Antonio Road and
    W El Camino Real.
  • Safeway-anchored mixed-use center with 330 residential apartments over restaurants and shopping.
  • Winner of the Best Mixed-Use Project Award at the Silicon Valley San Jose
    Business Journal's 2012 Structures Awards.

 

 

Palo Alto Medical Foundation – Santa Cruz Main

Senior Project Manager, Slatter Construction

Complete “refresh” of an occupied 60,000 square foot 4-story medical office building including updating the MEP systems.  Included “refreshing” each department over a four year time span as they were vacated and relocated requiring critical scheduling and budget control.  Managed multiple contractors as well as effectively managed outside consultants and handled all entitlement processing.  Interfaced with all doctors and staff on a daily basis to coordinate work.  Worked with contractors to train PAMF maintenance staff on all new systems and coordinate closeout documentation.  Approximate cost $15 million.

 

 

 

Marriott Fairfield Inn

Senior Project Manager, Slatter Construction

Preconstruction, design and construction of 90,000 SF, 84 room hotel including partial below grade parking garage.  Worked directly with Marriott to coordinate their special inspections and approvals.  Amenities included pool, recreation room, breakfast room, bar and conference room.  Special finishes included specialty lighting fixtures, art glass, fireplaces, and fiberglass column covers.  Approximate cost $14 million.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seaside Company – Boardwalk Haunted Castle

Senior Project Manager, Slatter Construction

Construction of a 3-story office building and amusement park attraction.  Included installing a basement below sea level and coming up with creative solutions for shoring and waterproofing details.  Managed all design build contractors including shoring, waterproofing and MEP.  Schedule included 7 days/week to open project before tourist season.  Worked through and around multiple events and functions that brought thousands of visitors to the Boardwalk area.  With strict schedule and cost control, project was brought in ahead of schedule and under budget despite many unforeseen and owner requested changes.  Coordinated all ride layout and installation with ride company located in Italy.  Approximate cost $6 million.

 

 

 

EMIA – Custom Home Subdivision

Santa Cruz, California

Senior Project Manager, Slatter Construction

Nine lot single family home subdivision.  Included coordination with City officials for site work, grading and utility infrastructure.  Construction of three custom, 3-story, single family homes including coordination of custom finishes in each home with the Owner’s interior designer.  Approximate cost $4 million.

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Leaf – Westside Market

Senior Project Manager, Slatter Construction

Construction of a 20,000 SF shell for an organic grocery store.  Included sitework and infrastructure on a previously undeveloped lot.  Coordinated with and oversaw construction of the tenant improvements including design build MEP and food service equipment contractors.  Approximate cost $6 million.

 

 

 

 

EC Rittenhouse Building

Senior Project Manager, Slatter Construction

4-story, 66,000 square foot commercial building.  Managed construction and post construction including all third party consultants and design build contractors.  Came up with creative solutions to construct the building on a 100% lot coverage bordered by three streets and an existing building.  Coordinated and oversaw meetings with surrounding businesses to keep them informed of construction schedule.  The project included the largest single concrete pour in the history of Santa Cruz, (2,250 yards) pouring from 2 AM and completing at 7 PM.  Approximate cost $14 million.