Le Meridien is featured in Urbanize LA!
Congratulations to the Shea Northridge Team along with KTGY and Shea Properties on hitting a major milestone with the completion of both concrete podiums. This milestone was hit right on schedule due to the hard work of our Team and Trade Partners. This exciting 431 unit project for Shea Properties is scheduled to open in the Summer of 2019.
We’ve broke ground! A huge congratulations to our Snyder Langston team, Architects Orange, and Chateau Group on this huge accomplishment. Situated on 6.15 acres, the Le Meridien hotel will contain 227 guestrooms, a full service restaurant, rooftop bar, rooftop pool, and banquet rooms for events. Le Meridien is set to open early 2020.
Here is another video clip of our Senior Project Superintendent, Greg McClure, explaining the intricate detail of the Christ Cathedral scaffolding.
Our very own Curtis Emery explains the purpose of the 11,000 installed quatrefoils and the benefits they will bring to the finished Christ Cathedral project.
Congratulations to our Snyder Langston team on the topping out of the Discovery Business Center.
We made PlanGrid news!
“Snyder Langston has successfully turned PlanGrid into a collaboration tool that crosses all boundaries. Their subcontractors and clients use the app to communicate from anywhere throughout the entire project lifecycle.”
The Point was recently recognized as best commercial project (20,000 sq. ft. & over) and received the 2018 Gold Nugget Award. Congratulations to our Snyder Langston project team, along with our partners Federal Realty and Architects Orange!
On Friday, we were joined by the Auxiliary Bishop Timothy Freyer in a ground blessing ceremony for the future Judi and Bill Leonard Institute for Cancer Prevention, Treatment and Wellness at Mission Hospital. The Leonard Institute will provide world class cancer services to local residents in south Orange County. It is an honor to partner with Providence Saint Joseph Health in carrying out their mission.
“This is the Cathedral Diocese that I see will last for ages….” Take a peek at a video following Bishop Kevin Vann as he shares his reflections about the people and artists, as well as his experience travelling to the quarries and fabricators in Italy where he selected marble and stone for the interior of Christ Cathedral.