The UC Merced 2020 project is part of a commitment by the University of California to increase accessibility for out-of-state students. The project includes 1.2 million GSF of facilities and expansion. The 136 acres of undeveloped property will nearly double the size of the existing campus by adding 13 building sites, including a dining hall, student housing, wet/dry laboratories, a research server, a conference center, competition pool, wellness center, competition outdoor field, sports fields and courts, and more than 1 million SF of parking—all while achieving a triple net zero commitment to environmental impact.Read More
GBI is wrapping up the two-year, $47 million Ilani Casino Resort project located in La Center, Washington. Developed by Salishan-Mohegan LLC in collaboration with the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, Ilani is marketing itself as the premier destination for gaming, entertainment, retail and dining in the Pacific Northwest.Read More
Project Spotlight | California
GTGC partnered with Skanska to act as the general contractor for the construction of the 550,000-square-foot FedEx Distribution Center in Tracy, California.Read More
Project Spotlight | Washington
The Villages project is a master-planned community development in Black Diamond, Washington. Once complete, The Villages will provide residential, commercial, office, retail, educational and recreational uses to the small city of Black Diamond.
In 2014, GBI was contracted to clear more than 100 acres of forest and mass grade the site. Now, in 2016, GBI is completing the initial phases of the development, which includes clearing and grading another 75 acres of land and bringing 11,000 linear feet of water main from offsite to the development. GBI is also constructing a sewer lift station, two residential plats that total 268 lots and more than 60,000 linear feet of onsite sewer, water and storm drain lines. In addition, GBI will be building a 4.5-million-gallon storm water holding pond and a 10.4-million-gallon storm water infiltration pond.
This is a small portion of the master development project, which will continue to expand over the next 10 to 15 years.