Seven aircraft hangars and offices totaling over 240,000SF are what made up this projects scope for QEC. The new facility has allowed Signature Flight to expand their foothold in the Silicon Valley by offering the latest and greatest in private and commercial airline travel.
The new main building houses three overhead cranes, a wheel truing machine, a drop table, stores, employee common areas, and administrative offices.
This project was made up of two metal buildings put together to form a new classroom and workplace setting for a new Solano County Vocational Training Center.
Genentech's Newest Campus Kitchen in South San Francisco
QEC's in-house capabilities to manage hybrid structures- composed of structural steel and pre-engineered metal buildings really showed through here. This is a classic example of teamwork and dedication working hand-in-hand.
Our team was proud to be a part of PG&E's ground up facility dedicated to the training of their team members in the safety of gas lines in all aspects of field interactions. QEC provided design-build services for the Weld Lab and T&D building specifically for this capstone project with DPR.
QEC worked as a design-build partner to deliver UC Davis' newest Cage Wash Facility. We started at the napkin development stage and wound up working all the way through close out.
QEC was proud that we were able to work on the City of Dublin maintenance facility building, at the renovated 84 Lumber yard, right off Interstate 580.
This project upgrades current facilities to treat 1.6 MGD of industrial waste water and first flush storm water to a higher quality by installing state-of-the-art Dissolved Air Flotation and Trickling Filter treatment technologies.
The San Jose Jet Center is now known as Atlantic Aviation and has enough floor space to accommodate large aircraft.
Ordaz Marble is a family-owned business based in Concord, CA
Almond Grove Elementary is a TK-5th Grade Elementary school in Oakley, CA
The event center at St. Theresa’s Parish is the first major new building on the parish property since the school opened in September 1958.
The building is heated by a solar-powered hydronic system. Significant daylighting was retained from the original building, providing natural light to the open studio spaces.
The Graduate Center building at California College of the Arts encompasses 50,000 square feet complex near the main San Francisco campus building.