Designed and built in compliance with Level 3 Homeland Security criteria, this three-story office facility covers 155,000 square feet of space and is home to 600 offices. It features progressive collapse
design and blast-resistant glazing.
Housed in a historic building, Williams-Sonoma’s flagship store underwent a complete remodel and seismic retrofit, including the addition of two skylights, three elevators, demo kitchens, and a grand staircase with floating landings.
These twin Class A, four-story buildings each feature 100,000 square feet of high-end office space. Located at a 73-acre, master-planned business park, highlights include flexible floorplans, lush landscaping, and advances communication systems.
Formerly an industrial property, Swinerton transformed a 24,000-square-foot shell into a net-zero office environment for our San Diego division. Rooftop solar panels and natural daylighting helped the property achieve LEED Platinum certification.
Street-level and lobby improvements for these two downtown Denver buildings assisted the owner in modernizing the properties and include new entries, curtain wall systems, a plaza area, and a bike storage locker room.
Serving as the headquarters of the Lummi Nation, this two-story administration building is structural steel with concrete-on-metal decks. It provides a centralized location for council offices and chambers, court rooms, and a police department.
In this luxury hotel in the heart of the Mile-High City, Swinerton renovated public areas, ballrooms, conference rooms, boardrooms, lobbies, the pool area, landscaping, and exterior hardscapes totaling 203,307 square feet.
Multiple projects on this international campus included a new four-story library and an athletic complex that features a gymnasium, event venue, tennis courts, an Olympic-size pool, athletic fields, and a synthetic-surface track.
Swinerton renovated this 9,500-square-foot passenger lounge for Delta Airlines at Los Angeles International Airport. Upgrades included a striking rotunda ceiling and improvements to restrooms, MEP systems, and service areas.
The award-winning Mark Twain branch of the Long Beach Public Library was the city's first LEED Silver-certified building. It features 16,000 square feet, natural stone floors, and energy-efficient design.
Located at the heart of the USC campus, this three-part project included renovation of the historic King Stoops Hall, construction of a brand-new two-story addition, and the addition of a new patio area for outdoor dining.
Evocative of a lunar satellite, this LEED Platinum facility incorporates space travel-technologies into NASA’s Ames Research Center. This “smart building” generates all of its own power through solar panels, a wind turbine, and a fuel cell.
Originally built in 1889, this is one of the largest cathedrals west of the Mississippi. Renovations included style enhancements and seismic upgrades. Swinerton also added side chapels and reopened a large dome that had been closed for years.
Phase II of this 90,000-square-foot data center included expansion of the generator yard and construction of a new electrical room. Hybrid Energy Lab units utilize air and water side economization, and indirect/direct evaporative cooling.
Crowned by a glowing spire, this 45-story, 641-foot tower presides over downtown Denver. Its glass-and-concrete exterior houses both a five-star hotel—complete with a spa, meeting rooms, steakhouse, and lounge—as well as 102 luxury condos.
This modernization project included the construction of a new two-story academic wing and the conversion of general classrooms to science labs. Swinerton also renovated an aquatic center and video production studio.
CNET’s headquarters encompass approximately 275,000 square feet of office space on seven floors. Swinerton renovated the core and shell of the building, including seismic strengthening and upgrades to MEP, fire sprinkler, and HVAC systems.
Encompassing three floors and 110,000 square feet, this high-end office build-out features an open workspace plan, exposed HVAC, and conference rooms with integrated audiovisual equipment. It is seeking LEED Gold certification.
This adaptive reuse renovation of a historical building will provide collaborative workspace for Salesforce.com. Highlights include a catering kitchen, advanced IT features, and amenities such as a yoga studio, bike repair shop, and coffee bar.
This entertainment destination festures a casino, eight restaurants, event space, and an adjacent 200-room hotel. A four-story concrete parking structure is connected by bridges at each floor to the casino’s elevator tower.
This 72,000-square-foot, ground-up outpatient surgery center expands the services of Kaiser's San Marcos campus. The facility houses an operating room complex, outpatient care, and urology, nuclear medicine, cosmetic surgery, and OB/GYN departments.
Converted from an old warehouse, this 20,000-square-foot childcare facility required extensive demolition, roof support renovation, and a refresh of MEP systems. It features a 9,000-square-foot outdoor play area.
This secure technical facility monitors all of eBay’s financial transactions. An on-site mock store for subsidiary PayPal showcases next-generation technologies that will transform how people buy and pay.
This 150-foot-tall air traffic control tower at Palm Springs International Airport incorporates energy-efficient materials. Swinerton self-performed concrete foundation work and used unique, precast concrete panes for the tower and base building.
This 14-story structural steel office tower houses headquarters for the California State Teachers’ Retirement System. The LEED Gold-certified facility includes a 1,200-stall parking structure, a cafeteria, a trading center, and office space.
On the shores of Lady Bird Lake, this 32-story tower houses 148 luxury apartments within a precast concrete, brick, and glass exterior. The tower has a wind-absorbent, reinforced concrete core; an underground tunnel connects to an adjacent hotel.
The island-themed RumFire Bar, a full-service bar and lounge restaurant, features marbled envelex panels, merbau flooring, and louver wood ceiling. Floor-to-ceiling windows open up to the beautiful views of Diamond Head and the Pacific Ocean.
This distinctive, copper-clad fine arts museum nestled in Golden Gate Park houses exhibition space, a café, classrooms, and a library. It features a sophisticated seismic base isolation system and a nine-story, post-tensioned observation tower.
Totaling more 14,000 square feet, this LEED Silver-certified retail project is housed on the first floor of a 10-story parking structure. Green features include regionally-sourced and low-VOC materials.
This glass-and-limestone tower features 24 stories of high-end residences. Luxurious amenities include private elevators, marble floors, frameless glass doors, a wine cellar, a lap pool, and over 3,000 square feet of average living space per unit.
Delivered on a design-build basis, this five-story, steel-framed, 88,000-square-foot campus building is LEED Gold certified. Green features include stormwater recovery, regional vegetation, optimized daylighting, and a natural ventilation system.
Swinerton installed a combined 15MWdc of solar at 15 different Kaiser locations throughout California, ranging in size from 122 to 1158 kWp. There are 16 different system types, including: ground-mount, roof-mount, and elevated structures.
Nestled at the base of a Lake Tahoe ski resort, this lodge features 175 guestrooms, three restaurants, an 11,000-square-foot conference center, retail shops, a heated outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a forest sanctuary spa.
Completed in three phases, Swinerton performed tenant improvements at this 103,000-square-foot medical office building. Additions included an ambulatory surgery center and a gastroenterology center and recovery area.
Swinerton provided design-build services for this 12-story office tower clad in a glass-and-stone skin and architectural metal. It features one level of below-grade parking and a separate three-story parking structure.
Located in Seattle’s Belltown district, this live/work and retail complex comprises a 13-story high rise and a 9-story mid-rise with underground parking. Modern exteriors feature large window walls, metal shell, glass balconies, and stone work.
The first luxury residential high-rise in Austin, the 29-story Monarch features 305 residential units and 8,500 square feet of retail space.
Amenities include a 4,000-square-foot outdoor lounge and pool area, a fitness studio, and a dog park.
NEMA, short for “New Market,” will be the largest high-rise complex in downtown San Francisco. The two-tower project located at 10th and Market streets totals nearly 1 million one gross square feet with more than 750 apartment units.
Certified LEED Silver, this student housing complex consists of two posttensioned concrete towers joined by a bridge at each level. Sustainable features include water-saving landscaping, energy-efficient air conditioning, and recycled materials.
Swinerton provided site work, ground-up construction of a Class A office building, and tenant improvements for this corporate headquarters in San Diego--this first to achieve LEED for New Construction Silver certification.
This dialysis unit for Portland's Veteran's Administration Hospital features an open floor plan with dialysis stations in a round. Patients are treated to beautiful seventh-floor views of the Columbia River.
Swinerton completed a 50,000-square-foot expansion to the UCSD campus consisting of two five-story steel structures that house auditoriums, classrooms, offices, and meeting space. State-of-the-art telepresence technology allows remote learning.
This community and senior center in a heavily trafficked beach community features space for events, entertainment, and exercise. Green design components include low-flow fixtures, recycled materials, and solar tube skylights.
Swinerton completed a build-out for online health forum WebMD. The open-office layout incorporates energetic colors and textures, and employees can enjoy an expansive lunch room, a circular coffee bar, and many breakout spaces.
In addition to a parking structure with elevated bridges connecting it to the existing building, Swinerton constructed a new 60,000-square-foot medical office building housing six medical tenants and laboratories.
Swinerton performed seismic upgrades to this existing hospital, bringing it up to current structural codes. With two towers constructed 20 years apart, each required a unique and sophisticated plan to meet current life-safety standards.
This multifloor, sequenced restack included full demolition of six floors with tenants above and below, preparation for cabling six IDF closets and one MDF room, along with new construction of general office, training, and cafe areas on each floor.
This interior renovation of 57,800 square feet included construction of new offices, a “Think Tank Room” with slanted glass walls, open office areas, conference and break rooms, and a Skyfold operable partition.
Phased renovation of this fully occupied casino was completed on a fast-track schedule. Swinerton performed upgrades to the gaming floor, poker room, restrooms, and bingo space and installed a new buffet space and specialty light feature.
This complex of three four-story buildings houses space for manufacturing, shipping, research and development, and administration. The high-tech campus also features class 100 and 1,000 cleanrooms and a central utility plant.
With four levels to accommodate 1,026 parking spaces, this design-build parking structure has unique architectural features such as perforated metal panels, stainless steel tensioned metal mesh, colored precast concrete, and curtain wall glazing.
The cornerstone of the University of California Davis' hospital master plan, this 472,000-square-foot surgery and emergency services pavilion provides 30 ICU beds. It also houses emergency medicine, pathology, laboratory, and nutrition departments.
Swinerton completed a design-build addition of a new, 825-stall parking structure and event center at this casino destination. The 1,200-seat venue features a lobby, stages, a cocktail lounge, dressing rooms, and a private production office.
Renovation of the legendary “Pink Palace,” built in 1927, included updates to the reception area, Mai Tai Bar, grand ballroom, and pool area. Swinerton also updated all guest rooms and suites and built a new beachfront restaurant.
Swinerton remodeled this 15,000-square-foot passenger lounge for international airline representative Star Alliance. Travelers at Los Angeles International Airport are treated to modern amenities, luxury interior finishes, and high-end millwork.
Towering over Waikiki Beach, this landmark at the Hilton Hawaiian Village is instantly recognizable by its 286-foot rainbow mosaic panels. Swinerton updated 790 guestrooms, 28 corridors, and several meeting areas at this island icon.
A converted big box electronics store, Google’s Colorado campus is a unique, high-tech workspace. Highlights include an indoor climbing wall, a suspended mezzanine accessed by a scissor-lift elevator, a mountain-view deck, and a commercial kitchen.
Designed to power Kaiser Permanente's critical healthcare operations in Pleasanton, this build-out includes commissioning the facility as a Tier II data center to support nonproduction computer environments.
Housed in converted office space in UCLA's neurosciences building, this data center features a double-interlocked fire suppression system and biometric security with retinal scanners, thumb readers, glass breaks, motion sensors, and cameras.
In addition to structural modifications,Swinerton provided multiple upgrades to power distribution, emergency shut-off, and HVAC systems on this data center to support the operations of Union Bank of California.
Renovations to this iconic beachfront property included seismic retrofitting, systems upgrades, and complete remodeling of the main hotel—all while maintaining the 125-year-old resort's historic Victoran character.
Tenant improvements on this complex spanned 47,000 square feet of workspace, conference rooms, break rooms, and labs. Swinerton also installed high-end finishes, new HVAC and plumbing, improved lighting, and upgraded electrical and sprinkler systems.
The new, 60-000-square-foot headquarters for Fasken Oil and Ranch will be the centerpiece of a master-planned community. The two-story building will evoke the company’s Texas ranching history, which dates back to 1913.
With room for 175 children, this 27,000-square-foot, single-story school consists of seven classrooms, administration offices, restrooms, and a kitchen. It also features an outdoor playground and a subterranean parking garage.
Part of a premier retirement community, this seven-story building features 65 independent living apartments with full kitchens and accessible design. Amenities include a dance hall, a spa and wellness center, and an upscale bistro.
Modernization of the Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole (PJKK) Federal Building and US courthouse will replace core MEP and life-safety infrastructure. The project will reduce energy consumption by 30% and is seeking a LEED Silver certification.
Work for this critical facility included the primary 3,000-square-foot data center, a network equipment room, and a main distribution frame.This data center is equipped with an extreme high-density, close-coupled cooling system.
Swinerton renovated of one of the largest and busiest birthing facilities in the nation. The expanded medical complex includes 23 NICU beds, 10 WACU beds, pharmacy and laboratory, patient rooms, and an 88,000-square-foot nurse call station.
This two-story, structural steel and masonry building is a state-of-the-art facility that houses several laboratories, forensic garage, evidence storage, a crime scene response area, office space, and conference rooms.
Rosamond 1 and Rosamond 2 are ground-mount, single axis tracker systems with 13 inverters each and a combined 157,947 modules set on 322 acres of rural high desert land, along with two new 66kV substations.
Nestled in the heart of San Francisco’s Union Square district, this boutique, 10-story property was the fourth hotel in the world to achieve LEED certification. Travelers can enjoy a retreat from the urban bustle on a landscaped rooftop terrace.
Designed to support the new generation of F-35A aircraft, this 20,000-square-foot facility incorporates state-of-the-art training capabilities and secure areas. It is targeting LEED Silver certification.
Swinerton made history on this project with one of the deepest excavations ever performed below sea level. The tower includes 29 stories of condominiums with one penthouse floor, five levels of subterranean parking, and two levels of common areas.
Dual four-level buildings with glass exteriors flank an atrium tower on this research campus. Housed within are training rooms, an auditorium, labs, conference rooms, and a fitness center. A three-level parking structure holds 800 cars.
Extensive renovations restored the original luster of the while marble cladding on this 25-story office building in San Francisco's Financial District and modernized major building systems. It was awarded LEED Existing Building certification.
This three-story, steel-framed building houses a library and education technology center for a community college campus. It features multiple computer labs, distance learning classrooms, reading rooms, book stacks, and a broadcasting studio.
Travelers flying into Los Angeles are greeted by this iconic, 32-foot-tall “LAX” signage and 26 illuminated columns. The project won the 2001 ACG Award for Innovation in Construction Techniques or Materials.
Winner of an ARE design award, this 86,000-square-foot luxury department store features large open spaces flooded with natural light and high-end finishes. The design drew inspiration from Northern California's natural beauty.
A new two-bay fire station and barracks support the crucial efforts of the US Forest Service. Life safety features include wet pipe sprinklers and fire alarm systems, while security is boosted with card reader access and satellite systems.
Major renovation and expansion of this casino and spa resort was completed while the property was fully operational around the clock. A slab-on-grade parking structure addition has precast bridges that connect to the casino.
A historic renovation of an original 1890 building and new construction of a five-story building enhance this Rocky Mountain campus' humanities department. The new facility features state-of-the-art telecommunications, media, and security systems.
The two wings of this 80,000-square-foot, two-story medical office building share a central lobby. The complex houses an ambulatory care center, imaging equipment, and physical therapy; ear, nose, and throat; and occupational health departments.
Built in conjunction with the Aerospace Defense Command, the US Northern Command’s headquarters boasts advanced anti-terrorist and force protection features. It won the Silver Award for Design-Build Project of the Year from the AGC of Colorado.
Seeking LEED Silver certification, this apartment-style student housing complex consists of three cast-in-place concrete buildings. Sustainable highlights include rooftop photovoltaics, grey water recycling, and a high-performance exterior envelope.
Tenant improvements, including new doors, windows, HVAC, and electrical upgrades, help mitigate aircraft noise disruption on 1,800 houses. The upgrades are part of the San Diego Regional Airport Authority’s Quieter Home Program.
Built on a highly constrained site, this seven-story, LEED Gold-certified structural steel building features six stories above ground, a basement level, and a 428-seat auditorium. Green highlights are a living roof and digital HVAC system.
Swinerton provided preconstruction and construction for this
32-story, mixed-use project in downtown Denver. It includes 177 luxury condos and 15,000 square feet of retail space. Amenities include six levels of parking and an outdoor pool deck.
Constructed in the lobby of a high-rise office building in downtown Sacramento, this restaurant featured custom finishes like overlay stained concrete floors, a custom wine display refrigerator, and built-in banquettes, and specialty lighting.
This 277-foot-tall control tower houses air traffic operations for the Los Angeles International Airport. Swinerton also completed a five-story, 29,000-square-foot administrative building and installed a sophisticated data and communications system.
Among the first LEED Commercial Interiors certified projects in San Francisco, this showroom and office space features green elements such as recycled materials, bamboo flooring, water- and energy-efficient appliances, and natural daylighting.
The biggest cineplex chain in Mexico, Cinépolis brought its luxury movie theater concept to California with this first US location. Stadium seating, high-tech projection equipment, and a full-service kitchen enhance the viewing experience.
Part of the University of California San Diego's Hillcrest Hospital, this renovated labor and delivery unit includes five delivery rooms, an ultrasound room, and a triage area. Swinerton also upgraded MEP equipment and interior finishes.
Built for the US Department of Agriculture, this fire station, warehouse, and office building complex is LEED Gold certified. A precast concrete bridge connects two halves of the property separated by a dry creek.
The 129,480-square-foot four story South Wing Addition to Lodi Memorial Hospital accommodates 90 new patient rooms, a new emergency department, and additional imaging, treatment, patient waiting, and administration spaces.
Designed for a compact urban environment, this 110,000-square-foot City Target store occupies the entire second floor the Metreon retail complex in downtown San Francisco. It is seeking LEED certification.