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Beginning in 2017, Swinerton Builders will expand its reach nationwide by officially incorporating Atlanta based Cambridge Swinerton Builders as Swinerton’s Atlanta office.

Swinerton Builders and Cambridge Builders first joined forces as joint venture partners in 2010, and then merged into Cambridge Swinerton Builders in 2013. Now, as part of Swinerton’s ongoing commitment to serve our clients, our people, and the southeast, the companies are excited to consolidate under the Swinerton brand in order to better serve the region.

 “We’re a growing, vibrant organization, and creating these professional opportunities is part of our continued commitment to our people,” said Mike Ruskin, founder of Cambridge Builders and President of Cambridge Swinerton. “We can count on Swinerton’s 129-year legacy, portfolio, and expertise to help us expand operations throughout the southeast.”

The Atlanta office of Swinerton Builders will continue to serve our multifamily clients, but also support a variety of market sectors, including hospitality, senior housing, corporate services, office interiors, parking structures and ground-up office buildings throughout the Southeast.

“I’m excited about this reorganization because it’s good for our clients,” said Scott Conrad, Swinerton’s Senior Vice President and Regional Manager. “Swinerton is committed to serving our clients throughout the US, so we’re excited about expanding into a broader geographic area.” 


Oceanwide Center is a mixed-use project by developer Oceanwide Holdings at the corner of First and Mission Streets in downtown San Francisco. Swinerton and Webcor are proud to have paired together as a joint venture to build this landmark project for the city that is home to both of their headquarters.

Consisting of two towers—one facing First Street and one facing Mission Street—and two historic buildings, the Oceanwide Center will include 265 residential units, approximately one million square feet of unique large floor plate office use, a 169-room Waldorf Astoria hotel, and 26,000 square feet of public open space. The project is expected to complete and be ready for residents, employees, and visitors by 2021.

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