Vice President, LEED AP BD+C
Steven Gorup is a vice president at Hughes Marino. Steven earned a degree in construction science and management from Kansas State University.
As a vice president, Steven has extensive knowledge and experience in managing some of the most complicated construction and design projects in Southern California. His expertise lies in managing a large team of consultants, contract administration, understanding design documents, project scheduling, estimating, bidding, and understanding and resolving field issues.
Steven is a LEED Accredited Professional for Building Design and Construction, which is essential for green-building technology implementation. In 2009, Steven obtained the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate, a strategy designed to improve quality while simultaneously eliminating cost and administrative excess. Prior to Hughes Marino, Steven was a project engineer with Rudolph and Sletten Inc., where he completed the 65,000 square foot expansion and renovation of the University of San Diego’s Student Life Pavilion, which achieved LEED Gold Certification.
Since joining Hughes Marino, Steven has been involved in tenant improvement, ground up, and renovation projects across many industries including commercial office, multi-family housing, healthcare, retail and education. Steven also has experience with both OSHPD and DSA projects. Selected technology company client projects include the 130,000 square foot corporate headquarters for Entropic Communications, the 140,000 square foot corporate headquarters for Mitchell International, a 60,000 square foot office for The Enthusiast Network, the 44,000 square foot corporate headquarters for ServiceNow.com, the 41,000 square foot corporate headquarters for Tealium, the 30,000 square foot corporate headquarters for MobilityWare, the 25,000 square foot corporate headquarters for Classy.org, the 20,000 square foot office for Interush, and the 30,000 square foot corporate headquarters for Sotera Wireless. Selected medical device company client projects include the 130,000 square foot corporate headquarters for Accriva Diagnostics, and the 22,000 square foot Irvine office for BIT Group. Selected law firm client projects include the 60,000 square foot office for Knobbe Martens, the 20,000 square foot office for Klinedinst, the office for Stoel Rives LLP, and the 20,000 square foot office for Gomez Trial Attorneys. Selected professional service company client projects include the 40,000 square foot office for Towers Watson, and the 20,000 square foot office for Trade Service.
Steven has been actively involved in ongoing construction projects at Seacrest Village Retirement Community for the past four years including the ground-up construction of the 50,000 square foot independent living facility and vitality center, renovation of a 58 bed Skilled Nursing Facility, Central Plant upgrades, renovation and expansion of the assisted living facility, air-handler replacement, as well as ongoing maintenance, and renovation projects. Hughes Marino also assists with long-term strategic design/ construction planning for the campus. Other non-profit clients include the Peninsula Family YMCA, Jewish Family Service and Deaf Community Services.
Steven is a long time volunteer for Walk Now for Autism Speaks. Steven enjoys golfing, running and traveling in his free time.
- — Kansas State University, B.S. in construction science and management
- Professional Activities
- — U.S. Green Building Council
- — LEED Accredited Professional
- Honors and Awards
- — Emerging Generation Award Finalist — San Diego Business Journal
- Civic and Charitable Activities
- — San Diego Walk Now for Autism Speaks