We're proud to be the contractor on two Best Project winners; Sacramento Valley Station and UCSD Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute.
Claire Raley Studios for the Performing Arts, Salk Institute for Biological Studies Teak Window Conservation Project, and Sacramento Valley Station are chosen as Preservation Design Award winners.
Proud to announce that two projects have received awards from AIA.
Grand opening of Africa Rocks, the zoo's biggest construction project ever.
Sacramento's historic train station was revived, repaired and upgraded; improving traveler experience while also offering a restored civic space with room to grow.
This building completes the move of veterinary medical programs from the central campus to the health sciences district.
State-of-the-art facility transforms the learning experience for UCLA's medical students to shape future leaders in medicine.
New facility will bring genomics and systems biology together under one roof
Previously spread across four buildings in downtown Red Bluff, the new Tehama County Courthouse will house all court personnel and consolidate court services for the public.
Regulus Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company leading the discovery and development of innovative medicines targeting microRNAs.
RocketSpace is an accelerator company that helps tech entrepreneurs, startups and corporate professionals bring the future to market.
The British Motor Car Distributors building was built in 1936 and was one of the first auto row buildings along Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco.
The hotel is designed to exceed the expectations of the frequent traveler.
Stunning structure houses array of scientists and centers dedicated to speeding basic research into new treatments and therapies.
Rudolph and Sletten is pleased to announce Darren Phelan as the new leader of the Special Projects Group in our San Diego office.
Proud to be recognized with a 2016 Gold Nugget Merit Award | Best Education Project for the PLNU Science Building with Carrier Johnson + CULTURE.
If you did not make it to Philly for the 2016 AIA Convention this year, you really missed out! In this post, I wanted to share my top three highlights with you.
E. Claire Raley Studios recently opened its doors to the public, further reinforcing the flourishing performing arts scene in downtown Sacramento.
New Science building accommodates increase in science majors at Point Loma Nazarene University with hopes of securing research grants and attracting new students and faculty.
Three separate University tenants underwent interior improvement projects at the Cal Memorial Stadium facility last year.
A 50,000-sqaure-foot multi-phased renovation opens within an occupied facility.
29,000-square-foot tenant improvement consisting of interior demolition and office suite buildout on the second floor of an occupied office building.
60,000-square-foot complete interior demolition and new tenant buildout for internal HP tenant CalWIN on the first floor of a fully occupied building.
New Continuing Education building will provide vocational training and adult basic education access to the community.
To better meet the needs of its expanding membership, Kaiser Permanente opened its expanded Diamond Bar Medical Offices earlier this year.
21st Amendment Brewery Expands with State-of-the-Art Facility, bringing production back to their roots in the bay area.
Located in the Nancy Ridge life science cluster of San Diego, this project included the complete renovation of a two-story, 37,500sf building for new lab and office space.
Rudolph and Sletten Announces Three Projects Valued Over $285 Million
This 7,000sf interior improvement project for IT solutions providers' San Francisco headquarters included a new reception area, training room, breakroom, private offices and remodeled open office space.
Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital is an acute care hospital providing convenient care to residents of the Sierra Nevada foothills town of Auburn.
Rudolph and Sletten recently completed a 50,000sf renovation and seismic retrofit of multiple floors within the Health Science Instructional Research (HSIR) towers.
The new home for two colleges at the CSUMB campus will allow collaboration and interactive learning opportunities between students, faculty and staff.
Ravenswood Family Health Center (FHC) recently opened the doors to their new 2-story multi-specialty clinic in East Palo Alto, California.
Mission Hall is an essential support component to UCSF's new Mission Bay hospitals, bringing together the academic, clinical and support personnel for the first time.
Johnson & Johnson Innovation LLC recently opened its JLABS@South San Francisco facility to its first resident startups.
The new ecoATM Sorrento Valley Office was completed on a 3.5 month aggressive construction schedule.
Rudolph and Sletten recently completed interior construction for Year Up, a Bay Area one-year intensive training program that provides low-income young adults.
The 16th floor interior improvement project in downtown San Francisco included the selective remodel of the entire floor, approximately 16,000-sqare-feet of office space.
IriSys provides contract pharmaceutical product development and manufacturing services, helping to move products from discovery to commercialization.
Kaiser's Redwood City Replacement Hospital will likely become a model for efficient staff flow with the facilities many energy saving design features.
New arts building and satellite central plant enhance growing campus in the central valley.
The San Bernardino Justice Center is the largest project to date constructed by the Judicial Council of California and establishes a new direction for the future of large-scale court facilities.
Kaiser Permanente’s new San Leandro Medical opened in June and provides a broad range of care and services to the East Bay.
The FAY Outlook & Visitor Center includes development of an entirely new hospitality center complete with a gated entrance, parking lots and a 6,000-square-foot single-story visitor center.
“This beautiful hall meets our needs today and will serve us far into the future, providing a unique experience for our music students and the rest of the campus,” said Brian S. Wilson.
This spring, San Diego City College faculty, students and staff celebrated the grand opening of its state-of-the-art Science Center on their downtown San Diego campus.