Resurrecting an Icon :: June 2011
Progress shots! more project info
Ross School Project in the news
Lease lease back is a project delivery mechanism being utilized by schools as an alternative to the low bidder selection process. In his article titled “Lease Leaseback Opens New Avenues for Schools” Jeff Quackenbush, staff reporter for the North Bay Business Journal, writes “Advocates of that contractual arrangement say it allows school district project representatives […]
Wright joins Friedmans to help the effort with Rebuilding Together!
Thank you to all who came out last Saturday in support of Rebuilding together and Social Advocates for Youth (SAY)! Matt Martin the director of SAY was telling me that the Coffee House helps teens in crisis off the street and reunites 90% of them with family. What a great way to give back and […]
Rack & Riddle Winery Tour
Please join the Project Team for a learning tour and discussion about this unique convertible custom crush facility located at 14100 Mountain House Road in Hopland California 95449. Tour starts at 5:00, followed by a discussion with a wine and appetizer reception. Please email Robin Stephani to RSVP. Rack and Riddle map Program qualifies for […]
Queen of the Valley Medical Center
(Napa, CA) – Wright Contracting is under construction on an approximately 72,000 square foot addition at the Queen of the Valley Medical Center. The North Acute Care Building, also called the Acute Care Pavilion, will be a new state of-the-art facility that will enhance the quality of healthcare to Napa residents. Construction of the three-story […]
Wright joins the US Green Building Council
As part of our continued support for creating a sustainable future we have become a Corporate Sponsor of the USGBC! US Green Building Council mission statement: To transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responisble, healthy and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life. We […]
The Snow at Rack n Riddle in Hopland!
Santa Rosa Junior College Culinary Arts Building
Construction is well underway at the Culinary Art Center. Some of the key structural elements are built and the building shell is nearly complete. As part of an ongoing collaboration with SRJC faculty, students from the SRJC’s Project Management class came and walked the site with Superintendent Scott Thomas.