FisherFisher enjoys steady growth in San Francisco and will soon begin construction on one of the city’s most exceptional residential developments. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

With nearly 50 years of experience as a general contractor in the San Francisco Bay Area, Fisher has uniquely positioned itself to build and deliver complex commercial projects throughout the city. “Top general contractors are masters at solving complex problems by leveraging accepted methodologies, analysis and real-world experience,” Vice President Sydney Fisher Bernier says. “Fisher adds a healthy dose of out-of-the-box thinking to the mix to bring thoughtful, innovative solutions to the table – especially to those challenges others might not anticipate.”

OmnibuildOmnibuild is building luxury living with its XI project in New York City.   

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

After more than a decade, Omnibuild Inc. has established itself as a construction management firm with the ability to take on complex projects. This makes the firm a perfect fit for The XI, which will set itself apart with its unique design.

CivicCivic Construction successfully completed Motion at Dadeland while working in a busy area of Miami.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When Civic Construction Co. Inc. takes on a project, it does so with an approach that sets it apart from the average general contractor. “We’re more of a developer/contractor,” founder and CEO William J. Real says. “We work closer with our clients from the initial stages of construction, evaluating the projects as we go along.”

CBGCBG Building Company brings its expertise in multifamily construction to help redevelop and enhance Northeast Washington, D.C. 

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When CBG Building Company joined the Bryant Street project about a year ago during preconstruction, the firm already had a strong relationship with developer MRP Realty and SK+I Architecture. The team is working together to transform a partially vacant shopping center in Northeast D.C. into a noteworthy four-building community with 487 apartments, 79,257 square feet of retail and entertainment, and 519 parking spaces as part of a 13-acre master plan.  

CoastalCoastal Construction stays ahead of schedule on 4-star hotel in hot Tampa neighborhood.

By Mark Lawton

Coastal Construction is about halfway through building a four-star J.W. Marriott hotel in the Water Street neighborhood of Tampa. The company broke ground during summer 2018 and topped out on the hotel in July 2019, about three weeks ahead of schedule. Central Florida Division President Sean DeMartino credits the work of Baker, the superstructure company, in prefabricating all the structural steel in keeping the project ahead of schedule. Tampa Division President Craig Klingensmith expects to have “heads in beds” by Halloween of 2020.

Penzance(Photo credit: Courtesy of Penzance)

Penzance’s Rosslyn project has the objective of bringing the local community together.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

When people hear the term “mixed-use development,” they usually think of a project that combines both residential and commercial elements. But Penzance’s Rosslyn project in Rosslyn, Va., redefines that term, Senior Vice President of Development John Kusturiss III says.

SiemensThe Akoya Residences at Boca West is the latest addition to the Siemens Group’s impressive residential portfolio.

By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

The Siemens Group has played a major role in the development of the Boca Raton, Fla., region for more than 40 years. “We’ve developed many of the major projects in this market,” Managing Partner Scott Siemens says. 

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