CABRILLO BUSINESS PARK
Project Manager for a 117,140 square foot project, including four buildings, on 8.42-acre site. The project includes requests for a Lot Line Adjustment, Transfer of Vehicle Trip Assignments/ Credits, and Project Clearances for each building, under the Cabrillo Business Park Specific Plan, as well as follow-up grading/building permits. Prepared CBP Specific Plan in 2012-2013 allowing for expedited review and development of individual buildings/lots.
PACIFIC BEVERAGE COMPANY
Project Manager for a 105,000 square foot regional beverage distribution facility, including 85,000 square feet of warehouse and 20,000 square feet of office space on 7-acre site. The project involved requests for Project Clearance, under the Cabrillo Business Park Specific Plan, as well as follow-up grading/building permits.
RANCHO VICTORIA PLAZA
Project manager for a commercial subdivision of six (6) acres into 11 lots, with 11 proposed retail/commercial buildings (53,950 sq. ft.). The site’s commercial designation permits commercial services intended to support office, service, and retail uses. The proposed eleven buildings are anticipated to range in size between 3,388 and 6,472 sq. ft. The building layout is designed as a campus setting, having shared services/needs, such as pedestrian connectivity between buildings, parking drives, and open courtyard environments. The project required extensive easement negotiations with adjacent landowners.
ENTRADA DE SANTA BARBARA
Project manager/ environmental coordinator for a mixed-use coastal development, located 1.5 blocks away from the Pacific Ocean, consisting of a high-end, 123-room boutique hotel, with over 22,000 square feet of commercial space, a large subterranean parking garage component, and a grand public plaza. The 247,953-sq. ft. project is located on three parcels of land (4.8 acres) at the corners of Mason and State Streets. Project also involved construction of off-site roadway and utility improvements, including undergrounding of overhead lines and right-of-way (ROW) improvements adjacent to and within UPRR ROW. In addition to managing permitting efforts, facilitated neighborhood noticing and public relations during extensive construction efforts.
Project manager for a commercial/residential mixed-use subdivision of 25.3 acres into 10 lots. The residential portion is comprised of 266 apartment units in 18 buildings, a clubhouse, and maintenance/ carwash building (409,500 SF). The retail component consists of approximately 88,704 SF within 10 buildings, including 5 live-work units (12,720 SF). The project required a Development Plan, Tract Map, as well as follow-up land use, grading, building and road encroachment permits. Project also involved construction of off-site roadway/ intersection infrastructure and substantial efforts related to the undergrounding of overhead utilities.
DECKERS CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
Project Manager for a 187,000 square foot corporate campus, including three office buildings and one warehouse building (with on-site, gym, retail, and cafeteria), on 13.8-acre site. The project involved requests for a Revised Development Plan, Land Use Permits, as well as follow-up building permits for each building.
MALIBU PARKS PUBLIC ACCESS ENHANCEMENT PLAN AND PUBLIC WORKS PLAN EIR
CEQA environmental project manager for the Malibu Parks Public Access Enhancement Plan and Public Works Plan EIR developed to address regional park and recreational facility program needs for state-owned coastal parklands, including campsite, trail network improvements, and beach access opportunities. The project consists of 54 campsites, 12 day-use areas, 157 parking spaces, and 14.6 miles of new trails and creek crossings/bridges, located on approximately 1,885 acres of land. The EIR scope included an evaluation of aesthetics, agricultural resources, biological resources, hazards (including fire risk), public services, utilities/service systems, cultural and hydrology/water resources, noise, recreation, air quality, geology, land use, and transportation. The EIR and/or related technical reports involved coordination with and/or review by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy/Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA), City of Malibu, California Coastal Commission, County of Los Angeles, Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB), California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), CDFG (CDFW), and ACOE.