The Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal and the San Francisco Business Times announced Friday that Santa Clara-based Blach Construction Company is the #3 company on their list of "Best Places to Work in the Bay Area."
James MacGregor and Mary Huss, the publishers of the respective newspapers, announced this recognition at an awards gala at the San Francisco Hilton Hotel attended by more than 800 Bay Area business leaders.
New LEED Gold Library Learning Center
Blach and the Orchard School District have collaborated on a half dozen projects in the past five years. Most recently, Blach completed the renovation of the District’s administration office and the expansion of its library learning center.
New LEED Platinum Office
The lease-leaseback project delivery method (LLB) has increased in popularity as an alternative option to deliver successful educational construction projects in the state of California.
The purpose of this study is to explain some of the basic elements behind this established method of delivery, which has become available to public school districts.
Blach Central Coast
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Blach Silicon Valley
Our office address was recently changed from "Fortune Drive" to "Blach Place" - Same location, now with a new street name.
Learning Resource Center at Cuesta College North Campus
Blach completed the construction of the Dale & Mary Schwartz Learning Resource Center at Cuesta College in Paso Robles. The 42,000 s.f. project was completed in 2012 and is the second permanent structure on the North County Campus.
Medical Office Building Tenant Improvements
The 13,000 s.f. renovation of the Allergy & Asthma Associates’ new San Jose headquarters involved an extensive gut of the existing building, which had been previously used as office space.
Historic Renovation and Seismic Upgrade of the 70 year-old site
Blach and CAW Architects worked closely to perform the renovation of the historic site. The project included a seismic upgrade of the primary buildings, handicap accessibility upgrades throughout the site, new HVAC systems and some remodeling of the existing spaces.