Roebbelen’s “Award-Winning Projects Resume” has Expanded!

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014 in Featured, News

Roebbelen Contracting, Inc. Projects Receive Two Awards

 
Roebbelen Contracting, Inc. continues its winning streak with two winning project submissions to this year’s Western Council of Construction Consumers Owners’ Project Excellence Awards. The two projects each received an “Exceptional Project” achievement award. Winning projects were selected by an independent jury of prominent industry professionals. Winners will be honored at the Gala Awards Banquet on Thursday, October 2nd at the Lafayette Park Hotel & Spa. This is the eleventh consecutive year Roebbelen has received awards for their projects from WCCC.

Placer County Office of Education Seavey Center, located in Rocklin, CA, is a 20,625 SF tenant improvement that was given a three month construction time frame, leaving little room for adjustments and no room for error. The building was transformed from a call center into the Seavey Center, used for two Placer County education programs and staff development. Pathways iCare Charter and the iLearn Academy are both housed in the Center. Pathways iCare is designed for at-risk youth who have either been referred to the program or have been expelled from their previous school, while the iLearn Academy is a home-schooling option for students whose parents choose that route of education. The Seavey Center received an “Exceptional Project – Buildings – Renovation” award. The designer on the project was Williams + Paddon Architects. Check out the Project Page for more information and photos of the Seavey Center.

Shasta County Juvenile Rehabilitation Facility, Redding, CA. The new 46,627 SF building, owned by the County of Shasta, replaces the previous juvenile hall which was built in 1953. The facility consists of three 30-bed housing units, 48 cells, a medical clinic, multi-purpose room, commercial kitchen, classrooms, administrative space, central control office, secure intake areas, booking, contact and noncontact visitation, auto sally port and an outdoor recreation yard. This project was the recipient of an “Exceptional – Buildings – New” award. Designers on the project included Nichols Melberg Rossetto Architects (Lead Architect) and Lionakis (Associate Architect). Check out the Project Page for more information and photos of this award-winning facility.