Newby Island Resource Recovery Park

PROJECT OVERVIEW

World's Most Advanced Recycling Plant

Blach completed the renovation of an 80,000 s.f. recycling facility at Newby Island in Milpitas for Republic Services, one of the country's largest waste services providers, in the summer of 2012. 

The building houses the world’s most sophisticated Material Recovery Facility (MRF), with the intent of recycling at least 80% of waste material collected from San Jose businesses.  The recycling plant can process up to 420,000 tons of waste annually. 

San Jose City College

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Multidisciplinary Building & Fine Arts Center

The new building, expected to achieve LEED Silver certification, is located on the San Jose City College campus and includes several multi-disciplinary classrooms for fine arts and photography, laboratories for the visual and performing arts programs, staff offices, student services, various site work and landscaping. 

Blach Construction and AEDIS Architecture & Planning completed the 48,000 s.f. multidisciplinary classroom building for the San Jose/Evergreen Community College District this August.

Palo Alto Medical Foundation

PROJECT OVERVIEW

New Innovation Center

Blach renovated the PAMF’s Innovation Center in 2011 on an aggressive, eight-week schedule. The project included a flexible space to serve as a “think-tank” for PAMF’s innovation team with open-office workspaces, offices, a boardroom, kitchen area and common areas.

The Palo Alto Medical Foundation for Health Care, Research and Education is a not-for-profit health care organization that is a pioneer in the multispecialty group practice of medicine. 

College of Marin and Blach Construction Celebrate Groundbreaking of Miwok Aquatic and Fitness Center on Indian Valley Campus

Novato, Calif., October 18, 2018 - Blach Construction (Blach) was on-site at College of Marin's (COM) Indian Valley Campus (IVC) for the groundbreaking of the new 19,500 square-foot Miwok Aquatic and Fitness Center, a long-awaited addition to IVC that will provide comprehensive health and wellness benefits for students, staff and the community. The groundbreaking took place Saturday, September 29, as part of a larger event celebrating construction and modernization projects happening across the 333-acre campus made possible by the voter supported Measure B bond.

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Blach’s Folia Complex at Cupertino High School Wins Innovation Award from Silicon Valley Business Journal

With its project partners, Blach is proud to announce that the Silicon Valley Business Journal has named Fremont Union High School District's Science and Classroom Complex at Cupertino High School the "Innovation Project" in its annual Structures awards. The profile, "Prefab science project comes in early, under budget," attributes the innovation of our Folia building solution to the project's completion in nearly half the amount of time projected and $3 million under budget.

The below is an excerpt from the article:

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