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SiliconSage Builders identifies markets before they get hot and utilizes an extensive in-house team to discover efficiencies.

By Tim O’Connor

The 1960s were an era of suburban growth. The promise of new economic centers led Santa Clara, Calif., to bulldoze its historic downtown – which had buildings dating back to the 1800s. But the urban renewal that leaders promised never materialized. The city has been without a true downtown for 50 years as developers have tried and failed to gain widespread support for their projects – until now.

SiliconSage Builders is underway with a 44-unit mixed-use condominium building that it says marks the first major project in downtown Santa Clara in 20 years. Sanjeev Acharya, owner and president of SiliconSage, says his company overcame local resistance because it took the time to speak with residents and incorporate their feedback into the final design. The project is now on pace to open in 2018.

“It took a lot of dealing with neighbors where you can win their heart and show them you are doing something that will benefit their community,” Acharya says. “We broke that barrier of mistrust.”

high def front 122815The Akoya Residences at Boca West is the latest addition to the Siemens Group’s impressive residential portfolio.
By Jim Harris

The Siemens Group has played a major role in the development of the Boca Raton, Fla., region for more than 40 years. “We’ve developed many of the major projects in this market,” President and CEO Richard Siemens says.

Founded by Siemens in 1964, the company specializes in land acquisition, real estate development, sales and marketing, construction and property management. Siemens Group has built more than 15,000 homes in more than 20 communities during its existence. In addition, it has developed commercial office buildings, high-rise condominiums on the ocean, hospital campuses, shopping centers, manufacturing plants and country club communities.

Linn MathesLinn-Mathes is helping Magellan Development Group realize its vision for modern high-end residences in Chicago’s River North. 

By the Editors of Construction Today

Within the heart of downtown Chicago’s apartment building boom another residential tower is rising that will set the standard for living in the River North neighborhood.

Harvey Builders picHarvey Builders’ Market Square Tower project will feature an abundance of amenities.
By Alan Dorich

Many contractors have estimating, contracts and closeout departments, but David E. Harvey Builders Inc. operates with a strategy where project managers do it all for the client. “What that does is provide clients with a single point of contact,” Project Manager Russell Niemann says.

That person stays with the client from the conceptual stage of their project to the final closeout. “We have a lot of repeat clients who claim that’s important to them,” he says.

The company has brought that approach to Market Square Tower, a 42-story luxury apartment tower in downtown Houston. “It’s a great project,” Niemann says, noting that the building will feature 463 living units and many amenities for tenants.

ThinkstockPhotos 464736772The Walsh Group’s Archer Western subsidiary oversees construction of Nashville’s newest skyscraper that goes above and beyond any other building in the downtown area. 

By Construction Today Staff

With more than a century of experience in general building construction, The Walsh Group’s Archer Western Construction subsidiary was chosen by Nashville-based Giarratana Development to oversee construction of what will be the city’s tallest skyscraper. Including its twin spires, the $155 million tower will hit 617 feet tall when completed in 2018.

NAP LumberyardNAP continues to create unique urban spaces in the Southeast.

By Chris Kelsch

North American Properties (NAP) is certainly no stranger to the city of Tallahassee, Fla. The company has invested more than $150 million in large-scale, mixed-use developments in that city since 2012; specifically, in the Gaines Street District.  With its latest project, “The Lumberyard,” NAP hopes to build on its legacy of creating provocative urban spaces.

For the city of Tallahassee, the Gaines Street District remains extremely vital. In addition to serving as a conduit to the downtown business district and the state Capitol building, it connects two of Tallahassee’s universities: Florida A&M and Florida State University. Both of those universities have seen similar trends regarding the lifestyle choices of their students.

Ingerman picIngerman applies its experience building affordable housing for its own development arm to third-party and market-rate projects.
By Jim Harris

For most of its nearly 30-year history, Ingerman’s construction arm has worked exclusively on projects owned, developed and managed by the company’s other divisions. This experience prepared it to recently branch out its services to outside clients.

“We place a lot of emphasis on making sure we deliver the best finished product and put our owners first,” says Joe DiSalvo, director of field operations for the Collingswood, N.J.-based company. “We’re now applying the skills we’ve acquired building for ourselves to third-party projects, which has been a breath of fresh air for us.”

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