This early 20th century structure was built with 2-wall hollow clay tile masonry. The interior wall is exposed to the church. The shell was encapsulated with a custom epoxy dowel/epoxy plate and a rebar cage system with a rust inhibitor/high strength adhesive coating. New shotcrete exterior was applied to match all the original buttress and column elements. Project also included upgrading electrical and lighting systems, ADA and interior finishes.
"I know that the project is, well, a little out of the ordinary, and that I too am perhaps not your “normal” client. But I do still feel that your team is the absolute right one to do the job, and you have the skill – integrity – responsibility to execute, and I especially appreciate that you have gone beyond the course of “normal” business to work for this project. I am looking forward to working with you all, and … seeing you all flying in the tunnel next summer!"
Sky Ventures, Union City
"Thanks, Dan! I have to say you are the most professional and detailed general contractor I've worked with to date. Though I hope things will wind down for now, I look forward to working with you on future projects."
K-P Corporation, San Leandro
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Penske Truck Leasing, San Leandro