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Description

The CPC Strategy Tenant Improvement consisted of design, permitting, construction, and occupancy of the top two floors located in a Downtown San Diego high-rise. Each floor plate set the standard for an open space design – no employee has a private office, including executive officers. As a young energetic firm, CPC Strategy’s new office could compare to a Wall Street trading floor with conference rooms strategically placed throughout for private employee or client meetings. With 360-degree views of the Coronado Bridge, Petco Park, San Diego Bay, and San Diego’s dynamic landscape, CPC Strategy has a new home that allows its team to completely submerge itself within the progressive culture of America’s Finest City.

Added Value

Hughes Marino led the entire project team from start to finish. With an extremely tight occupancy deadline to meet, the Hughes Marino project management team ensured that all project milestones, design through construction, were completed by the required dates to meet the project schedule. Hughes Marino also provided oversight of CPC’s project budget to ensure that each dollar was being used as efficiently as possible in order to meet the clients overall goals.

Service Provided

Hughes Marino provided full service project management from due diligence, design and permitting, to selection of the general contractor, project pricing, and construction activity oversight.

Project Details

Square Feet - 18,000 SF

Contract Amount - $1.1 Million

Project Categories

Industry - Technology

Amenities - Dining Area

Project Type - Corporate Office, Tenant Improvement

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