Dublin Public Safety Complex Grand Opening

DUBLIN PUBLIC SAFETY COMPLEX GRAND OPENING Saturday, February 22 marked the grand opening of the City of Dublin’s Public Safety Complex. The ribbon cutting ceremony was led by Mayor David Haubert with opening remarks by Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty, Sheriff Gregory J. Ahern, and Fire Chief David Rocha. The Public Safety Complex is an […]

Vietnamese American Service Center Breaks Ground!

Vietnamese American Service Center Breaks Ground! On Saturday, November 23, 2019, Swinerton Management & Consulting’s (SMC) Vietnamese American Services Center (VASC) project formally celebrated its groundbreaking with a bang. Approximately 400 people attended to the ceremony which started with the singing of our national anthem and the Vietnamese national anthem by two very talented young […]

SMCCC Foundation Thanks Corporate Donor: Swinerton Management & Consulting

Chancellor Sponsor SMC

The Swinerton family of companies traces its roots back to 1888, when a young Swedish immigrant established the company in Los Angeles. Since Swinerton’s earliest days, the company has prided itself on exceptional craftsmanship to create celebrated landmark projects on the West Coast and beyond. Today Swinerton is active throughout the United States with 18 office […]

US 101/Willow Road Interchange Replacement Project Completes

Group of people holding large ribbon cutting scissors at the U.S. 101/Willow Road Interchange Replacement Ceremony

On September 24, Swinerton Management & Consulting (SMC) celebrated the ribbon cutting of our U.S. 101 Willow Road Interchange Replacement Project along with the City of Menlo Park and Caltrans. Construction began in May 2017 and completed in August 2019. The new overpass has been widened to four traffic lanes by adding a new lane […]

TL 361 Breaks Ground

A few weeks ago, Swinerton Management & Consulting client Forge Development Partners broke ground on TL 361, “the first newly constructed privately funded workforce housing development in the Tenderloin area of San Francisco.” This project includes 240 new housing units, where at least 51% of units committed to “low-income” renters. Both buildings will stand 7 […]