•UCLA Orthopaedic Replacement Hospital
Santa Monica, CA
The $240 million project consists of construction of a new Southwest Wing, Orthopaedic Wing, North Wing, Central Wing, Grand Stair Tower, Motor Courts, Remodel of specific areas within the existing Merle Norman Pavilion, establishment of temporary facilities as necessary to facilitate access between buildings and to allow phased construction, completion of Tenant Improvements, including all MEP work. The project includes concrete piling, cast-in place concrete, structural steel, aluminum storefronts, lath and plaster, concrete precast panels, masonry, colored concrete hardscape, tile roofs, medical equipments, kitchen servery equipments, Lead lined rooms, window washing equipment supports and Terrazzo floors.
Nexus Builders, Inc.
Palm Springs, CA
The $30 million project consists of 250 multi-family/condominium units with high-end modern architecture on a 9 acre lot at the legendary Biltmore in Palm Springs. The Condominiums were designed by the well known architect out of Dallas, Texas, Humphrey’s and Associates. The units vary from 728 to1414 square feet, one to three bedrooms, with deep overhang balconies, flat roofs with garages. The project consists of nine-(9) seven unit and seven-(7) ten unit buildings; a total of 16. It has a Clubhouse with outdoor entertainment kitchen, grilling area, fitness center, cabanas with individual audio controls pools and Jacuzzis. The interior consists of imported Bizazza glass tiles, granite, limestone, casearstone countertops, upgraded carpet, GE Monogram appliances, fruitwood cabinets and stainless hardware.
ACS Construction Company
•Silhouette Medical Plaza
Foothill Ranch, CA
The $3.5 million project consists of core and shell upgrade and tenant improvement two-story medical office and ambulatory surgery center building (22,000 sf). The project included concrete tilt-up, aluminum storefront with insulated glass for toll road noise attenuation, color concrete hardscape, skylight canopy, Zonolite roof, Herculite door, medical equipment and limestone floor and walls.
•Laguna Niguel Medical Plaza
Laguna Niguel, CA
The $3.0 million remodeling project consists of core and shell upgrade and tenant improvement two-story medical office building (28,000 sf). The project included EIFS, Herculite door, in-ground Jacuzzi, water feature, medical equipments and limestone floor and walls.
•IBC Medical Plaza
The $3.0 million project consists of two-story medical office building (26,000 sf). The project included concrete tilt-up, soil remediation, built-up roofing, aluminum storefront system, Alucobond entrance canopy, Herculite door, decorative aluminum break metal mechanical roof screen and imported limestone floor and walls.
•Universal City Nissan
Universal City, CA
The $13 million project consists of construction of four above ground floors (cast-in-place concrete) and two subterranean floors (masonry) parking structure (total of 6 floors), soldier pile shoring, and remodeling of existing showroom building. The new parking structure at entire basement level had “bathtub” waterproofing due to water table couple feet below the structure. Each above ground level had 4-‘0” high custom pre-cast concrete wall panels around the perimeter.
•Pacific Ford Remodel I, II, III (New Lincoln Mercury Dealership) and IV (New Mazda Dealership)
Long Beach, CA
$1 million Phase I Ford Showroom Expansion and getting ready to start the Phase II remodel which consists of remove and replace existing parking lot and construct new Car Wash Building using masonry construction with built-up roofing for $2.5 million. The Phases III and IV new construction should be starting by the end of 2004. The new buildings consists of two-story, steel, light gauged framing with wood framed roofs with an exterior plaster finish and imported stone on the exterior. Budget $12 million.
•The Pike at Rainbow Harbor
Long Beach, CA
The $75 million project consists of over 350,000 square feet of massive retail entertainment center located in a highly visible section of town, on Shoreline Drive, next to Shoreline Village and adjacent to the Aquarium of the Pacific and Long Beach Convention Center. The 20 acre site is divided into two properties, split by the Shoreline Drive, and will be connected by a Roller Coaster Bridge. The buildings consists of two-story, steel, light gauged framing and wood framed buildings on a concrete pile foundation with an exterior plaster finish, stone and a thin-brick masonry veneer
•Newport Ridge Retail Shopping Center for The Irvine Company
Newport Coast, CA
The $8.0 million project consists of 100,000 square foot center consists of three single-level, multi-tenant buildings on a 10 acre site. The retail buildings are wood framed with a plaster finish, custom molded GFRC base panel surrounds and shaped cornices. Each building is accented with rotundas, clay tile roofs, site stone work, wood trellis’ and awnings, as well as interlocking pavers along the front, giving the center a village feel. The retail center was built on top of abandoned landfill, therefore had to implement Methane Mitigation System. Extensive landscaping, includes a fountain courtyard between the two of the buildings, mature, large canopy olive trees. This project is very high profile and is located near the Fashion Island in Newport Beach.
•Concours Corporate Center
The $7.25 million project consists of the construction of three-story office tilt-up building (80,000 sf). The building will be the future Forecast Commercial’s headquarters, which consists of two elevators, imported handset stones both interior and exterior and Venetian plaster.
•Sekisui TA Industries
The $9.05 million design-build project consisted of two-story office and manufacturing warehouse tilt-up building (182,000 sf). The project included water creek feature, panelized roof , hazardous removal, quarter mile of new street extension, and enhanced circular concrete driveway.
•Ocean Ranch for Shea Properties
Laguna Niguel, CA
The $7 million three-story masonry/steel building overlooking the Pacific Ocean. This building project consisted of two-way slab design, high-end finishes with emphasis on sound attenuation.
•City of Long Beach, Temple and Willow Facility
Long Beach, CA
Completed a design-build, fast track, multi building facility for the City of Long Beach. This $26 million project included demolition, hazardous materials management and complete development of a 20-acre campus of buildings. Specific areas had to be methane proofed due to abandoned petroleum oil site. This project was nominated for the APWA project of the year.
•Pelican Hill Club House for The Irvine Company
Newport Coast, CA
The $6 million new wood framed construction of Conference Facility on the existing Pelican Hill Golf Course consists of banquet style kitchen and four large banquet rooms. Pelican hill golf course is rated 40th in world-class golf course. The new facility included mahogany millwork and finish carpentry, adoquin limestone and granite stonework, custom painting, custom ceramic tiles and undulating plaster finish.