RECENT COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
2022 - RIVERSIDE CO OFFICE OF EDUCATION - $1.45M
This project consisted of the construction of a new four-story 130,578 sqft building that includes a 3-level 200 space parking structure. The first floor includes a lobby, elevator, cafeteria, storage room, electrical room, and bicycle and clean air vehicle parking. The second and third floors are allocated to vehicle parking. The fourth floor consists of office and conferencing spaces, as well as break and work rooms. This project also included necessary off-site improvements at the corner of Chestnut and 13th in Downtown Riverside.
2022 - RANCHO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TVUSD - $1.2M
This project consisted of 47,350 sqft of modernization and 14,500 sqft of new construction for an elementary school. The Rancho Elementary School is a fully functioning elementary school campus located at 31530 La Serena Way, Temecula, California. The site’s existing administrative building was fully modernized and received an 1,800 square foot addition. The existing MPR stage was also updated, as well as all existing classroom buildings. Site improvements included a new separate bus drop off with reconfigured parking lot, site drainage upgrades, and new drought-tolerant plantings at the front of the school.
2021 - ETIWANDA HS AQUATIC FACILITY - $893K
This project consisted of the demolition of an existing pool and pool building; the construction of a new 38-meter pool and hardscape alongside a new 2,421 sqft aquatic equipment building with spectator seating in addition to a new 2,262 sqft restroom and storage building of two new single story CMU buildings serving the new aquatics facility at Etiwanda High School in CJUHSD.
2021 - RANCHO CUCAMONGA HIGH SCHOOL - $1.2M
This project was a remodel of labs and acid waste in three two-story classroom buildings at Rancho Cucamonga High School in the CJUHSD. New lab sinks, faucets and fire sprinkler lines were installed as well as slot drains around the pool deck.
2016 - CHAPMAN MUSCO CENTER FOR ARTS - $1.24M
New $78 million Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Center for the Arts at Chapman University in Orange, Calif. The 28-month-long project includes construction of an 88,142-square-foot facility to house a multipurpose Proscenium-style theater hall with just under 1,050 seats, rehearsal space, associated performer and support space and storage, administrative offices and a multilevel lobby.
2021 - AMAZON DJW8 CATHEDRAL CITY - $327,000
The Amazon DJW8 Cathedral City project is located on a nine acre lot located at the southeast corner of Date Palm Dr and Converse Rd. The building, formerly a 116,537 sqft Sam's Club, will be converted through some proposed demolition and construction to an approximately 93,656-square-foot building for Amazon. This Amazon hub will run 24 hours a day and bring over 150 local jobs to the area.
2021 - ALISO VIEJO RANCH PARK - $434,000
Beautiful restoration of Aliso Viejo Ranch, now serving the community as a park and events space.