San Francisco, CA – Suffolk has been selected to manage construction for the second and third phases of the Station Park Green project in San Mateo, a new residential community developed by Essex Property Trust and designed by MVE Architects. These awards closely follow Suffolk’s celebratory topping off milestone of Station Park Green’s first phase.
The first phase of the project consists of construction of a new five-story, wood-frame wrap style residential building with 121 apartment units, ground level office/retail space, and rooftop amenity space with pool and spa.
The second and third phases include construction of two new five-story, wood-frame wrap style residential building with 199 and 172 apartment units respectively and ground floor amenity space. These projects will also include two large, central public parks as well as the completion of utility and roadway infrastructure for the community.
The Suffolk team is using its “build smart” approach to complete the Station Park Green project on schedule and within budget. This includes using the latest Lean Construction principles and Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) tools to enhance teamwide collaboration, increase efficiencies, and minimize waste on the project. Suffolk is also implementing its “plan and control” process and federated model approach that is changing the way project stakeholders collaborate and transforming the way buildings are designed and constructed.
Completion of the first phase is slated for January 2018, while the second phase is scheduled for completion in March 2019. The third phase will be completed in summer 2019.
“We’re excited to be involved in such a significant development for San Mateo residents,” said Michael DiNapoli, San Francisco regional manager for Suffolk. “This is a great opportunity for us to bring our ‘build smart’ approach to our first project in the Silicon Valley area, utilizing the latest technologies and delivering the highest quality service to our client.”