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  • 599 Castro

    599 Castro Mountain View, CA This mixed-use project consists of both commercial and residential buildings. The commercial portion features 109,108 SF of office space including 8,622 SF of future retail space, and three levels of subterranean parking. Work includes removal of an existing parking lot, three levels of excavation and below grade concrete parking structure, and construction of a 4-story steel structure with GFRC and punch glazing skin. The project also features office interior buildouts, as well as site work, consisting of a variety of hardscape and landscaping around the perimeter of the project; site work also includes an interior courtyard that ties the office, residential and Church buildings together. The residential portion of this project consists of a 17,290 SF, 3-story mixed-use residential building which sits on podium level with an underground garage below, shared with the adjacent office building on the site. The units are comprised of four 1-bedroom single story flats, eight 2-story townhomes, and a 3,430 SF ground level parish office. The building’s exterior materials consist of GFRC with natural stone accent exterior finish with three different colors. Services Provided: Architect of Record: Client: News: Construction Steinberg Hart, ArcTec Inc. The Sobrato Organization None Completed 2018 Corporate Retail Residential Out of gallery BACK TO PROJECTS

  • Harker Middle School

    Harker Middle School San Jose, CA Project featuring removal of five existing “pod” buildings with replacement of a new 40,000 SF, 2-story academic building; the project also includes a remodel of the existing 9,000 SF gymnasium. Scope of work consists of a new football field with landscaping, and a new signalized intersection. In addition, two existing buildings are remodeled with an activity area, dance room, art and music studios, while the newly remodeled gym features locker rooms. Services Provided: Architect of Record: Client: News: Design, Construction Devcon Construction, Inc. The Harker School None Completed 2021 Education Design-Build LEED Certified Out of gallery BACK TO PROJECTS

  • Devcon Construction, Inc. | Culture

    ABOUT HISTORY CULTURE DESIGN AWARDS MANAGEMENT More CULTURE COMMUNITY The word at the center of everything Devcon Construction does and stands for is “partner.” Each partner brings valuable talents to the team, and takes on important responsibilities for the team, which means integrity, honesty, trust and flexibility are required to achieve success. Our partnership-based work culture naturally lends itself to a fluid structure. ​ “The principles Gary Filizetti has instilled in us – integrity, honesty, trust, and teamwork – make our mission statement ring true,” according to Vice President of Construction Jonathan Harvey. “At Devcon the office and the field staff are valued equally because we all know that our product quality depends on everyone working together.” ​ Our internal workspace community highly values employee growth, communication, and satisfaction. We strive to encourage the Devcon team to have balanced, fulfilling lives through facilitating memorable company events and fun company tradition throughout the year. 1/14 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/4 VOLUNTEERISM With heart and pride, Devcon’s employees participate in a wide range of philanthropic activities. Our firm began as a team effort and that approach developed into a company with a culture of working together to support not only our project interests but those of our employees and our communities. ​ Built on our foundation that began here in Silicon Valley, we invest both time and money into the communities where we work. We retain our culture and a management team that has invested in local organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Second Harvest Food Bank, U.S. Marine Corp. Toys for Tots, and Hope Rehabilitation. Whether internally running our own blood drives or partnering externally with clients and trade partners alike, we are committed to the ongoing support and improvement of the surrounding populations and environments. Out of gallery WELL-BEING We believe that creating a healthy balanced work environment starts by having optimal health and wellness in our individual lives. We aim to integrate this attitude into our workspaces by providing our employees opportunities to physically exercise and participate in their own health. This influences the way we design and build. This influences what we design and build. We participate in the health and well-being of our community in the following avenues: Benefits: Green Design On-Site Gym Company Recreational Sports Teams Company Recreational Events Crossfit / Yoga Classes Healthcare Dental Company Trainings Company Recreation Partnerships with those in Health and Wellness DIVERSITY Diversity doesn’t happen quickly. It’s not a concept or a program. It’s something we have encouraged, promoted and taken pride in for decades. Our approach has been and will continue to be, the combination of recruitment and retention of curious, interested students and professionals throughout the United States. Internal programs are developed through the years as awareness and information changes. Our firm is committed to preserving our compelling team culture and the safety of each team member. We remain proud of the diversity in race and identification that we recruit and employ. Out of gallery PARTNERSHIP Devcon takes care to value the partnerships we have with a number of local businesses and clients. Over the years, we have worked with countless small and/or family-run businesses throughout the Silicon Valley. We aspire to constantly improve our services and aim to partner with those who will encourage and foster that growth as well. These partnerships are essential in moving our construction processes and products toward both physical and economical sustainability. ​ In addition to our outward partnerships, we aim to make internal partnerships with each of Devcon's employees. Devcon offers profit sharing benefits to all of our employees to ensure that employees are cared for financially while also giving each team member a sense of ownership in the company. Out of gallery

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    E N T E R "There's a reason 95% of our business comes from repeat customers. People trust us." -Gary Filizetti, President

  • Napa Logistics Building 3

    Napa Logistics Building 3 American Canyon, CA 201,839 SF project consisting of a concrete tilt-up shell building with 188,433 SF designated as warehouse, 6,867 SF assembly and 6,539 SF office tenant improvement. The building includes 8” reinforced SOG with dowel baskets at all control joints, concrete tilt-up panels with a 40’ clear height to bottom of truss, loading docks, ESFR fire system, panelized roof system, as well as TPO roofing, dock levelers, overhead doors including high speed and coiling, two 30,000 SF steel canopies for material loading, and infrastructure for (300+) future van distribution EV charging stations. The site is approximately 58 acres and includes grading and paving, along with underground utilities and tie-ins to existing utilities, bioswales and landscaping. Services Provided: Architect of Record: Client: News: Construction Ware Malcomb Architects Napa Logistics None In Progress Corporate Tenant Imrovement ​ Out of gallery BACK TO PROJECTS

  • Sharks Ice Rink and Pro Shop

    Sharks Ice Rink and Pro Shop San Jose, CA This design/build project consists of the demolition and replacement of two ice rinks in the existing Solar4America ice facility. The scope requires extensive remediation of the subgrade due to frost, followed by the reconstruction of the rinks. In addition, the project also features replacement of refrigeration equipment and remodel of the Pro Shop and Snack Bar. Services Provided: Architect of Record: Client: News: Design, Construction Devcon Construction, Inc. Sharks Ice, LLC None Completed 2018 Athletic Center Design-Build LEED Platinum Out of gallery BACK TO PROJECTS

  • Santana West

    Santana West San Jose, CA 13-acre commercial development in San Jose adjacent to Santana Row. Project consists of demolition to existing theaters, with construction of a 376,000 SF, 8-story concrete office building over two levels of underground parking, approximately 136,000 SF. This core and shell office space also includes curtains walls, metal panels and structural glazing. Services Provided: Architect of Record: Client: News: Construction Studios Architecture Federal Realty Investment Trust None https://api.ibeamsystems.com/?session=U2FudGFuYVdlc3Q6U2FuSm9zZUNB In Progress Corporate ​ ​ Out of gallery BACK TO PROJECTS

  • Elco Yards

    Elco Yards Redwood City, CA 962,000 SF project featuring three core & shell buildings with underground parking. Services Provided: Architect of Record: Client: News: Construction WRNS Studio Greystar GP II, LLC None https://elcoyards.com/ In Progress Retail Residential LEED Silver Out of gallery BACK TO PROJECTS

  • Arroyo Green Apartments

    Arroyo Green Apartments Redwood City, CA 145,000 SF multifamily development consisting of 117 units, as well as common space including community space, on-site offices for staff, and common areas featuring a laundry room, learning center, a fitness center and computer lab. The 7-story building is comprised of a concrete podium for levels 1 and 2, supporting five stories of wood frame building above, also consists of commercial space used for a childcare center. The project also includes non-public landscape improvements consisting of one podium courtyard and an on -grade playground area, as well as public landscape improvements comprising a linear park/promenade along the western/northern bank of Redwood Creek between Bradford Street and Main Street. Services Provided: Architect of Record: Client: News: Construction Dahlin Group, Inc. MidPen Housing Co. None Completed 2021 Residential ​ ​ Out of gallery BACK TO PROJECTS