I don't want to get too romantic, but beautiful sunrises over construction sites always lift my spirits. The Tschannen Eye Institute building (being built by McCarthy Building Companies) and an associated parking structure (being build by Clark Pacific) are really coming along.
In addition to touring the WELL Expansion, we walked the Hornet Commons student housing project with Sacramento City Councilmember Jeff Harris. Opening this fall, Hornet Commons is a $150 million student housing project supplying 1,100 beds directly adjacent to Sac State.
Last week we toured the WELL Expansion project with Sacramento City Councilmember Jeff Harris. After the first two exterior pix, the next five pix are of new individual use showers and locker renovations. The last pic shows the expanded weight room (moving into the space formerly occupied by Peak Adventures).
Since November, four tower cranes were removed from our skyline (two each at the Frederic @601 Capitol Mall and the DGS Swing Space @O Street between 10th and 11th Streets but we gained a new one, so we currently have five. Very soon, we will gain two more (see below) and there are two big crawler cranes off of Richards Boulevard.
This month we will work east to west:
Hyatt House, K and 28th Streets in Midtown. MarketOne Builders took this project over (from Tricorp Construction).
This crane just landed last week at the intersection of 16th Street and F Street. It's a multi-family project and it is unclear who the general contractor is.
Mansion Inn, H Street between 15th and 16th Streets. DesCor Builders is the general contractor for this project.
Sacramento Commons, 5th and O Streets, Deacon Construction.
Coming soon! Two tower cranes at the new Sacramento County Courthouse, the block bordered by G and H Streets and 5th and 6th Streets, Clark Construction. A reliable source tells me the cranes will be erected on the weekends of April 10-11 and April 17-18.
CalSTRS second tower at 3rd and E Streets in West Sacramento, DPR Construction.
Bonus cranes: two large crawlers at the DGS Richards Blvd./N. 7th Street complex, Hensel Phelps.
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