Projects

 

San Juan Breeding Greenhouse.  The project includes an agricultural support facility, greenhouses, and screenhouses to expand and enhance the existing research and development (R&D) capabilities of Driscoll Strawberry Associates Inc., for breeding berries.  The facility will contain offices with a kitchen and breakroom, berry growth chambers, a fruit lab, a cold box, and storage space to conduct and support R&D.  The berries will be grown in greenhouses and screenhouses which will be non-soil dependent.  Total site development will be 126,718 sf with 37 parking spaces.

 

 

 

 

 

Cassin Ranch Research Greenhouse. This project adds 8,068 square feet of prefabricated greenhouse space to Driscoll’s R&D campus.  The primary function of the Research Greenhouse is to develop disease and insect resistant berry plants under a controlled environment.  Work to include adding a “state of the art” greenhouse structure on concrete slab, interior partitions, sliding doors, sinks, drain lines, lighting, power, and ventilation.  Each room will have closely monitored temperature, humidity, and ventilation systems.

 

 

 

 

 

The Boardwalk Entry 2 Renovation Project includes the demolition of the existing two story operations office building, Fright Walk, games and retail building.  The Project consists of the construction of a main entry gate, ticket sales buildings, game/retail building for future games and attractions, a below sea level basement with a new service ramp and tunnel connecting the existing Neptune’s basement to the existing Double Shot and Undertow basement.  A new upper ride deck and plaza area will future two new amusement rides.  Site work will include a new pedestrian access and service vehicle drive to Beach Street.

 

 

 

Working in association with Cumming Corporation, on UCSC campus Student Housing and Phase C Telecom Infrastructure upgrades.  The project provides upgrades to avoid immediate failures of communications systems that have exceeded life expectancy and to eliminate single points of failure of communications systems on the main campus.  This is the third phase of a multi-phased plan that prioritizes work per new or expanded Area Distribution Facility (ADF). The ADF locations include Digital Arts Research Center, Crown College Commons, and the Stevenson College Dining Commons buildings.

 

 

 

 

 

Subaru Santa Cruz

Remodel and addition at the Showroom and Service Building to include new sales offices, Greeter desk, Refreshment and Lounge area, and ADA upgrades to restrooms.  Exterior improvements include a new Icon Tower, Alumawall façade paneling with Subaru signage, and ADA upgrades.