Driven by market demands, the historic Tanque Verde Guest Ranch was looking to create a large multi-use event venue that could accommodate weddings and corporate events with a full kitchen, bar and sit-down dining area. This 16,700 SF building had to maintain the rustic character of the existing ranch structures.
This project involved design and construction of the 1-megawatt photovoltaic, fixed-tilt array reaching 20 feet over the main hourly/daily public parking lot at the Tucson International Airport Terminal.
The Blanco project was a remodel for a Sam Fox restaurant at La Encantada. The project included shell building modifications and constructing operable roll-up doors to allow for an indoor/outdoor dining experience.
The Texas Instruments project completely renovated two 50,000 SF call center office buildings into new office and lab space, and constructed an expandable 25,000 SF lab building, including 11,000 SF of a Class 1000 clean room.
This project was a carefully coordinated, fast-track project completed in phases so the owner could utilize available space to begin training in order to get the business operational as soon as possible.
Stantec is a national consulting firm for engineering, architecture, environmental, project management and other services. BCI provided renovations to the Tucson location’s fourth floor space of approximately 13,688 SF.
This project included construction of a 60,000 SF metal building, major site renovation, and relocation and coordination of all major public utilities for the City of Tucson to sort and process recycling materials.