Crews break ground at Northstar
Clark/Sullivan Construction crews broke ground this week at the Northstar Operations and Maintenance Facility site in Northstar, CA.
The new $1.4 million, 3,150 square-foot facility will provide the Northstar Community Service District (NCSD) with state-of-the-art operations capabilities and community maintenance functions.
“We are really excited to further improve the Northstar community,” said Project Manager Ryan Browne in a press release. “By adding this facility, the NCSD can help serve the community for both residents and visitors year round.”
Clark/Sullivan is working with Ward-Young Architecture on this project. Construction is slated for completion in April 2017.
This is the second project that Clark/Sullivan has worked on for the NCSD. Crews completed a $3.9 million Administration and Engineering Building for the District this past June.
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