Duran & Venables is currently constructing a 50,000 SF building pad for the Moffett Pararescue Training Facility including grading two parking lots, bio-retention, and landscaping areas. The facility will be used by the 131st Rescue Squadron/Guardian Angel Weapons System for Pararescue suppose mission.
This project is a redevelopment of an existing high school’s eight acre athletic facility. Areas include: basketball courts, tennis courts, natural turf field, a new swimming pool, and sidewalks. Duran & Venables was responsible for selective demolition of the site, site grading & paving.
This jobsite consisted of soil remediation on an existing orchard in the Berryessa area of San Jose, California. Duran & Venables, Inc. removed and replaced approximately 20,000 CY of soil in order to meet strict residential soil requirements.
This project consists of site and building demolition, grading and asphalt paving, utilities, retaining walls, landscaping, and electrical systems. This project will be phased in four separate increments.
This project is a residential property located at the corner of Montague Expressway and Trade Zone Boulevard in Milpitas, California. The approximately eight acre site includes 92 three-story townhome units within 15 buildings and 43 single-family homes. Duran & Venables is responsible for grading and paving for the proposed residential development project. This job is currently under construction.
A 150 megawatt, 22-mile-long wind turbine farm, Shiloh generates power to thousands of homes and businesses nestled in and around the Bay Area and Sacramento. Duran & Venables built the roads to allow the heavy equipment and machinery to reach the wind farm turbine sites.
A major retail site development on approximately 40 acres, the Slatten Ranch project covered a total building area of about 500,000 square feet in Antioch. Duran & Venables was responsible for the preliminary budgeting process and value engineering.
Improvements to Tank Farm S included removal and handling of contaminated soils, site grading for new administration and maintenance buildings, and site paving for the new roadway and parking lot.
This jobsite consisted of creating 100+ BMX wave-shaped berms. The berms varied in heights of two feet for beginner riders, to seven feet for more advanced riders. The foreman on this job, shared his thoughts: "The most challenging part about this job was cutting the slopes exactly how they (the customer) wanted them".