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Construction problem solving
We utilize our insight on behalf of our clients to proactively prevent factors that result in change orders, budget overruns, delays, schedulingmore...Construction problem solving
We utilize our insight on behalf of our clients to proactively prevent factors that result in change orders, budget overruns, delays, scheduling problems and design errors during construction.
Area Covered: open
Work Experience Summary: Class 3-landfill project, U.S. Steel, Pittsburg, CA. (most sophisticated California landfill project built to date) Cost: $2 million.
Saved same client $24 million on 108-acre landfill project using new technologies.
Â’·20k s.f. Medical/dental building.
Stockton Medical Health Center, Stockton, and CA. Cost: $6 million built in 85 days, under stringent time
and financial constraints, within budget.
Demolition of buildings, tank farm, site improvements, environmental remediation and earthwork. City of Suisun, CA. Cost: $3 million.
Redevelopment and earthwork. Sheldon Oil, Suisun Bay, CA. Cost: $4 million. Treated contaminated soil onsite, saving client $2.5 million.
Civil and earthwork. Suburban Propane, Elk Grove, CA. Cost: $2 million. Modified dikes, saving client over $200. 000.
Demonstrated, designed and installed, at an accelerated schedule, a vehicle restraint system, including bridges, roads, and barricades to protect a facility against a high risk terrorist situation with constantly changing security issues, on a secret project. Able to please FBI, local Sheriff and customer. Completed on time.
Steel frame building w/ 16 store fronts. Proactively, a winterization plan was implemented which allowed uninterrupted construction. Jetco Cash & Carry Restaurant Center, Lodi, and CA. Cost: $1.5 million despite bad winter project was completed three weeks early and without cost overruns.
Close collaboration with the design team. Soil conditions were so poor that a substantial retaining wall was required to shore up the structure. Solution: have the retaining wall double as the back wall of the retail center. Campbell Plaza, Campbell, and CA. Cost: $2 million
Environmental remediation and demolition, earthwork. Catellus Development and I.T. Corp., Tiburon, CA. Cost: $1.5 million. Completed on time and within budget.
General Mills, Lodi, CA. demolition of old building Grading & paving and concrete tilt-up bldg Completed on time and within budget.
This engagement called for the renovation of an 110,000 square foot eight story historical landmark. ASA acted as the project manager and oversaw the planning, hiring of historical tax credit experts, negotiations with the local community for Tax Increment Financing (TIF), parking analysis and negotiations, architectural services and construction management. ASA was involved from initial acquisition through lease-up.It was a complete renovation of the physical structure which included demolition, environmental abatement, design, construction and occupancy.The building houses the headquarters for two international companies.
ASA has have been involved with this project since the Owner chose the property and has assisted with contracting, due diligence, closing, financing, subdividing, obtaining entitlements and individual lot sales.
ASA assisted the client with preparation of a plat and site plan while working with the requisite municipal and governmental authorities to obtain use approvals and negotiate the necessary easements, utility and development agreements. ASA will also assist the client with the highest and best use analysis in order to determine the most profitable use of the commercial property. ASA will act as the liaison between the owner and the municipality in order to effectuate an efficient development process and use of resources.
First private sector project within the boundaries of the former Fort Ord and subject to the Fort Ord Reuse Plan. We assisted the city in preparing zoning and general plan amendments to conform with the Reuse Plan, create new park facilities, create financing and infrastructure plans for police, fire and other city services and complete the review and approval of the city\'s largest residential project in decades
City staff initiated a zoning change that would have lowered the building height limit for the property. We prevented the height change and persuaded the city to accept and provide tax increment financing for the largest single residential building in downtown Santa Cruz. 40% of the units in the project are affordable.
Education Summary: Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Southern California.
Courses, workshops seminars: 40 hour EPA/OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations, 8 hour EPA/OSHA Hazardous Waste Supervisor Training, State NPDES Permits/Storm Water Permits and Construction Management Course (UC, Davis), Project Management Course (Associated General Contractors of America), Engineering Technology Certification, Managing Government Contracts Course and Quality Engineering Course (National University).