Our wide range of work encompasses civic centers, office buildings, libraries, cultural art destinations and sports facilities. Regardless of the project and owner, we bring teams together and manage projects through accelerated timelines and tight budgets. Most of all, we have an ingrained understanding of maintaining strict fiduciary control over publicly financed projects.

  • California Department of General Services, Richards Boulevard Office Complex

    The single largest State building project in the history of Sacramento, the new $1 billion design-build Richards Boulevard Office Complex totals approximately 1.25 million GSF consisting of four 7- to 11-story office buildings with two multi-floor podiums at the base for the towers. READ MORE

  • California Department of General Services, Clifford L. Allenby Building

    A new $274 million, 11-story, 372,000 SF office building which will provide work space for 1,150 tenants, planned to achieve Zero Net Energy. READ MORE

  • City of South San Francisco, Measure W - Community Civic Campus

    A $210 million program comprised of three projects including a Police Operations & 911 Dispatch Center,  the Library, Parks & Recreation and Community Theater/Council Chambers, as well as a new Fire Station. READ MORE

  • Sacramento Municipal Utility District, SMUD Headquarters Rehabilitation

    A $135 million complete renovation of the 120,000 SF office building and 45,000 SF parking garage. The Headquarters Building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010 as an excellent example of Post–WWII Modernism in Sacramento. READ MORE

  • California State Department of Social Services Headquarters and Training Center

    A $157 million, 632,600 SF renovation of two 20-story towers certified LEED Gold. The project included a new two-story, 7,000 SF lobby connecting the existing towers which serves as a shared public entrance, as well as private offices, conference rooms, cafeteria, site improvements and a new childcare center with play yards. READ MORE

  • City of Berkeley, Branch Library Improvement Program, Measure FF

    A $26 million program including 13,000 SF of renovations and 23,000 SF in additions to four of the City’s libraries, including a complete rebuild of the West Branch.

  • City of Carlsbad, Alga Norte Community Park

    A new $32 million, 32-acre design-build community park featuring three softball/baseball fields, batting cages, basketball courts, picnic/barbecue areas, a playground with universally accessible equipment, concessions, an Olympic aquatic center with multiple pools for swim instruction, water sports, competitive training, water therapy and open play.

  • City of Novato, Civic Administration Offices

    A new $15.3 million 21,200 SF, two-story Civic Center City Administrative Office Building, within the downtown civic center. The new building is adjacent to the Novato Police Station and the recently reconstructed City Hall, and will include 26 spaces of podium parking beneath the building.

  • Butte County Association of Governments, Butte Regional Transit Operations Center (BRTOC)

    A new $38 million, 41,000 SF, LEED certified transit facility replacing the currently outdated maintenance and operations facilities with a new bus maintenance building, operations building and an administrative office facility.

  • City of Carlsbad, Dove & Georgina Cole City Libraries

    A renovation and technology modernization of two libraries totaling $12.9 million, which have more than 800,000 visitors and 1.3 million items circulated annually.

  • Department of Motor Vehicles Headquarters

    A $56 million project including demolition, abatement and complete renovation of the sixth floor of a 545,000 SF building occupied with over 3,700 DMV employees.

  • Ponderosa Park and Family Resource Center

    A $13 million LEED Gold certified renovation including a new 18,000 SF family resource center and a new community park featuring a water play area, a skate park, picnic area, playground and garden. The new high-performance family resource center is designed around a central courtyard intended to host a variety of activities such as movie nights, health and job fairs, teen programs and cooking classes.

  • City of Visalia, Animal Control Facility

    A new $6.3 million, 17,000 SF primary building which replaced the existing facility. Work included site development including parking, an outdoor holding area and road improvements. The primary building includes offices, lobby areas, staff work areas, 52 built-in indoor/outdoor dog kennels, 108 cat kennels, 36 kennels for puppies and small dogs, dog runs and walking areas.

  • Madera County, Public Health and Social Services Complex

    A new $62.1 million project consisting of four two-story, 39,200 SF office buildings which will house the Departments of Public Health and Social Services, consolidating services that are currently housed at multiple locations. READ MORE

  • City of Chandler, Oregon Street Parking Structure

    A new $23 million, five-level, 293,000 SF, 932-space parking garage for the City of Chandler. As Downtown Chandler’s largest garage, the project adds much needed parking options for those accessing City Hall as well as restaurants and other venues in the bustling area. READ MORE

  • City of Berkeley, Berkeley Tuolumne Camp

    A $50 million project to rebuild the majority of the existing 30-acre camp site destroyed in the 2013 Rim Fire. READ MORE

Focusing on the public sector has allowed us to develop management and project control techniques targeted to highly precise needs. Our very successful methods have led to a high percentage of work from repeat clients. We deliver our services using a variety of delivery strategies including agency and multiple prime CM, CMAR , CM/GC, Lease-Leaseback, Design-Build and the traditional Design-Bid-Build.