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"All of the people in our construction department come from a
building background," Wilson says of CenterCal's relationships with
the general contractors it oversees. "We can empathize with, understand and relate to general contractors' needs and the challenges
they face on a project, and can make decisions that help them - and
us - get a project completed on time."
Bruning credits CenterCal's project success to its staff. "We have an
incredibly talented and very diverse group of associates," Bruning
says. "We have a positive impact on the community not only on the
economic side but on an intangible level of strengthening social ties
in the community, which I saw the industry losing a bit as it became
"Everyone here is focused on the idea of creating amazing places
for the communities we serve," he adds.
CenterCal's in-house construction
management department oversees
all of its projects.
projects in this region include The Village at Totem Lake, a mixeduse retail and residential complex in Kirkland, Wash.
CenterCal's in-house construction management department oversees all of its projects. The company also handles its own property
management, leasing, accounting and tenant coordination functions.
BayStone, Inc. When a developer, such as CenterCal, demands the finest in architectural elements and exterior wall systems, BayStone provides
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The BayStone team's attention to detail, understanding of design, use
intent, value engineering and innovative approaches allow good design
to become reality, affordably. Experience matters, and with over 30 years
creating artistic and memorable projects in the western states, the difficult
and unique are where BayStone thrives. BayStone's preconstruction
services, project management and creativity are the tools developers and
their architectural design-team need to construct beautiful, durable and
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