Fire rebuild

Santa Rosa Community Health’s Vista Campus Grand Re-Opening

October 14, 2019

On Tuesday, October 8th, Santa Rosa Community Health celebrated the grand re-opening of Vista Campus, their largest health center that was destroyed in the Tubbs Fire.  Due to substantial water and smoke damage, Wright Contracting completed a rebuild of the 42,414 SF building’s interior, along with exterior stucco, windows and doors. The new campus features […]

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Welcome Back to Paradise Hard Hat Tour

June 13, 2019

On Wednesday, June 12th, we hosted members of Sonoma County Vintners for a hard hat tour of the Paradise Ridge Winery Rebuild project. The tours were led by our Superintendent, Jim Shrier and TLCD Architecture’s Don Tomasi. During the tour, Don & Jim discussed the design vision, implementation, and changes made to enhance both fire […]

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Reconstruction Progress at Paradise Ridge Winery Project

March 26, 2019

A few days of sunshine in March brought forth exciting views of the swift reconstruction progress at Paradise Ridge Winery, a popular visit for many that burned down in the Tubbs Fire. Since opening in 1994, the winery provided outstanding wines, amazing terrace views, and the perfect location for Wine Country events. The reconstruction is […]

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Paradise Ridge Winery Groundbreaking Ceremony Heralds Return to Paradise & Builds Hope

October 24, 2018

On Monday, October 22, 2018, the Paradise Ridge Winery reconstruction project kicked off with a groundbreaking ceremony held at the site of the popular winery, which burned down in the Tubbs fire after 24 years as a beloved Sonoma County wedding, gathering and wine tasting venue. The following day, Wright Contracting, the general contractor hired […]

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Back to Paradise

October 9, 2018

We’re excited to be kicking off the Paradise Ridge Winery rebuild project very soon! Here is a sneak peak from TLCD Architecture who has worked closely with the owners to create a design that is true to the original, while complying with the Wildland-Urban Interface guidelines using innovative materials and methods. We’re looking forward to […]

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