Category: Projects

SP7 Apartments Topping Out

Snyder Langston’s Skid Row SP7 Apartments celebrated the topping out. Congratulations to the entire team on achieving this milestone! The project is located in Los Angeles, CA, consisting of 81 affordable housing units, residential amenities and ground-level parking, featuring five floors of Type-IIIA construction over two floors of Type I-A construction with occupancy types R-2 […]

Be Well OC Campus Topping Out

Milestone achieved! Working under new health and safety guidelines, the Snyder Langston team celebrated a traditional topping out of the Be Well OC Campus by placing signed stickers on a beam. Located in Orange, California, the Be Well OC Campus will be the first of its kind and marks the forward progression in dealing with mental illness in our community. The goal of this project is to improve access to resources for behavioral health and social support within the county providing the population with an alternative to the emergency department or a series of disconnected services. The three-story, approx. 60,000 s.f., concrete tilt-up building is unique in that it combines traditional B-Occupancy (Commercial) with R-2.1 Occupancy (Residential).

Snyder Langston, together with Howe Bonney & Associates and Boulder Associates Architects, is proud to partner with MindOC, providing full construction services for this outstanding project that will serve the community of Orange County.

Symmetry Apartments TCO

Congrats to the Snyder Langston residential team, partnered with Shea Properties and KTGY Architecture + Planning, on achieving TCO (Temporary Certificate of Occupancy) on the first building of a 431 unit apartment mixed-use community that consists of two mixed-use Type V podium buildings with retail under residential units and two stand-alone retail buildings. The project also includes clubhouses, pools/jacuzzies, fitness centers and a pedestrian bridge connecting the two podium buildings and controlled access entries.

Women In Construction Week

We celebrated Women in Construction Week, an event created to raise awareness of the careers available to women in the construction industry.