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Thompson Builders Awarded $109M CDCR Project
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has chosen TBC to be the general contractor on its new 50-bed mental health facility project
By: Thompson Builders Corp.
As the project's General Contractor, TBC will complete this project for GSA and CDCR with national leader Vanir as Program Manager and industry giant Kitchell Construction as Construction Manager. The architecture firm selected to design this project is HOK, a global leader in design, architecture, engineering and planning.
The $109,890,000 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) project is described as a 69,000 square-foot building located within Facility D at CIM.
As the general contractor, TBC's scope of work for the 50-bed project will consist of the following:
"We are incredibly honored to be constructing this 69,000 square-foot project for GSA and CDCR and in conjunction with Vanir as Program Manager, Kitchell as Construction Manager and HOK as the Architect of Record for this project. It is a great moment for our firm to be part of such a prestigious and respected project team." says Paul Thompson, Founder and President of Thompson Builders.
About Thompson Builders Corp
Since the company's founding in 1989, Thompson Builders has successfully completed over 200 major projects in Northern California totaling well over $2B in contract value. The firm has experience building large-scale commercial construction projects across all markets using all project delivery models.
Many of TBC's projects have won awards and are recognized as Northern California icons, including the Yerba Buena Island SF-Oakland Bay Bridge footings, Manteca's Big League Dreams Sports Park, San Jose's Happy Hollow Zoo, San Francisco's Cadillac Hotel, Moffett Federal Airfield (pictured), Veterans Memorial Redwood City (pictured), and Chinatown YMCA. View TBC's portfolio here.
Rob Melis, Construction Marketing Inc.
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