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    November 13, 2015

    Tricorp Turns Preserve at Marin into a Bay Area Paradise

    Tricorp is proud to have participated in the transformation of this highly desirable Marin County living delight.   Read full story for details.

    October 02, 2015

    Eviva Midtown (formerly the Warren) Preparing to Set Modules

    This summer, Tricorp Construction’s Eviva Midtown project set a record for the largest mat slab pour in Sacramento History, with nearly 3,000 cubic yards of concrete placed in one pour.  Along with the post-tension concrete deck, the foundation slab forms the podium upon which the remainder of the project will rest.
    This groundbreaking development by Integral-Gude Development is the Sacramento Region’s first modular construction project.  The modules comprising the 118 residential units in the building are being assembled by Guerdon Enterprises in Idaho and trucked to Sacramento.  Cranes will set the first of these modules on the concrete podium soon.  Tricorp Construction prides itself on highly technical projects that are at the cutting edge of California construction.  This will be a critical day in the success of the project, and the city is going to be watching.  
    October 01, 2015

    16 Powerhouse Awarded Best Mixed Use Project by Sacramento Business Journal

    16 Powerhouse, along with Tricorp Construction, the general contractor, was awarded The Sacramento Business Journal’s Best Real Estate Project in the Mixed Use category.  Completed in June 2015, 16 Powerhouse offers midtown high end living with local flavor and environmental sustainability.   On the ground floor, 8,000 sf of commercial/retail space is already occupied by Magpie Café, Orchid Thai, Sun and Soil Juice Company, and Insight Coffee Roasters.
    The 50 luxury apartments are spacious, urban living units ranging from 825 square feet in the one bedroom units to 1600 square feet in the penthouse units.  They feature full kitchens, closet space, spectacular views, high-end appliances, and high-tech features such as monitors with views of the lobby to communicate with visitors, and HDMI connections in multiple rooms.  Sustainability is a key feature of the property with photovoltaic and solar hot water heating systems, a mechanical, stacking car parking system with an automated lift, and energy efficient mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems.  Recycled materials are used throughout the project, including re-use of the two redwood trees that were removed at the beginning of the project.  Their wood is used in the outdoor furniture in the common courtyard, as well as in railings outside the retail space on the ground floor.  The project is targeting LEED Platinum Certification.
    D & S Development developed the project in conjunction with CADA, as part of the movement to revitalize Sacramento’s downtown region.  The team funded the project without subsidies.  The design team included LPAS, Buehler & Buehler, Stanton Engineering, and Cunningham Engineering.


    June 06, 2014

    New Springhill Suites by Marriott Open to Guests in Anaheim

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