News
03.11.2009
General Contractor

candy factory by studio e architects with tsa, schiefer & sons, kpff, michael wall engineering, and nasland engineering

jim brady
 
 

Erickson-Hall Construction Co.
500 Corporate Dr.,
Escondido, CA;
760-796-7700
www.ericksonhall.com

Hinerfeld-Ward
3734 Motor Ave.,
Los Angeles;
310-842-7929
www.hinerfeld-ward.com

Horick Builders, Inc.
1939 Old Adobe Rd., Petaluma, CA;
707-766-9466
www.horickbuilders.com

Icaza Construction
310-480-0385
www.icazaconstruction.com

Mack 5
1900 Powell St.,
Emeryville, CA;
510-595-3020
www.mack5.com

MATT Construction
9814 Norwalk Blvd.,
Santa Fe Springs, CA;
562-903-2277
www.mattconstruction.com

Morley Builders
2901 28th Street
Santa Monica, CA;
www.morleybuilders.com

Oliver & Company, Inc.
1300 South 51st St.,
Richmond, CA;
510-412-9090
www.oliverandco.net

The Raymond Group
520 W. Walnut Ave.,
Orange, CA;
800-874-4878
www.raymond-co.com

Shawmut Design and Construction
5940 South Rainbow Blvd.,
Las Vegas, NV;
702-835-9204
www.shawmut.com

TSA
4350 Executive Dr.,
San Diego, CA;
858-784-3650
www.tsaci.com

Turner Special Projects
555 South Flower St.,
Los Angeles;
213-891-3000
www.turnerconstruction.com

 

 

 


new children's museum (detail) by rob wellington quigley with erickson-hall.
 
 
 

Hinerfeld-Ward is amazing. They ask a lot of questions. They understand things from an architect’s perspective. They understand architectural detail, they like challenges, and they never say no.”
Jennifer Siegal
Office of Mobile Design

Erickson-Hall was everything an architect could ask for: focused, involved, creative, and reasonable. The New Children’s Museum project in San Diego required the placement of several gigantic concrete tilt-up panels measuring 20’ by 52’ and weighing 170,000 pounds each. This was an intricate and dangerous bit of work. Erickson-Hall went to great lengths to ensure that the process went smoothly, including holding regular safety and coordination meetings with all involved. The construction was completed on time, and their finished work was superior.”
Rob Wellington Quigley

Turner Special Projects produced Camino Nuevo High School at an exceptional pace, about 14 months from start to finish. One reason this was the case was the quality of the subcontractors they brought onto the project. The supervisor from the masonry subcontractor coordinated multiple crews, full-time inspections, and picked up the pieces when the steel truss fabricators fell behind schedule.”
Kevin Daly
Daly Genik