The $30 million, 41,500 SF New Hollister Courthouse project is located at Fourth and Monterey Street in Hollister, CA. The 2 story building includes the building structure, exterior enclosure, interior improvements, fixed furnishing and case work, mechanical, electrical, telecommunications, audio visual, and security system, elevators, holding and detention elements, building maintenance equipment and window treatments. The site development includes site preparation, underground utilities, landscape, hardscape, vehicular drives, surface parking, security elements, perimeter fencing, and gates.
Our scope includes: Demolition, Clear & Grubbing, Grading, Excavation and Backfill, Paving, Site Infrastructure and Landscape
Public Recreation Unlimited's New Football Stadium - Salinas, CA
The California Rodeo Association in conjunction with Public Recreation Unlimited announced plans to remodel Salinas Municipal Stadium. The remodel will transform the old minor league baseball stadium into a 5,000 seat soccer/football facility. The $6 million dollar project will be funded completely with private funding. The stadium will feature a bowl design with the playing surface 11 feet below grandstand level. The field itself will be a synthetic turf surface and will be built to NCAA regulations. The seating configuration will feature 3,628 seats on the home site of which 744 will be stadium seating. The visitor’s side will have seating for 1,400. Other enhancements include a 3,000 square foot field house, tow separate entrances, a BBQ concession area, state of the art scoreboard and announcer/coacher booth.
Gilroy Gardens Water Oasis
Gilroy Gardens teamed up with the Don Chapin Company to construct a complicated and intricate water park. The new $2 million attraction allows children to play and learn about plants and water conservation in three separate areas—Splashpad, Water Journey and Oasis Lagoon. Each area offers interactive and hands-on activities for children. The Splashpad is a forest of oversize flowers and trees, which shower guests with water. Water Journey encourages kids to explore how water moves through waterways. Kids can then move on to the Oasis Lagoon—which has a maximum depth of 18 inches—where they can spray friends with water creatures and slide down water conduits. Officials said the attraction continues the environmental message of the park’s closed micro-watershed system that cleans, recycles and reuses the water within its boundaries.