Landmark Construction is excited to share this video from Natomas Charter School – Star Academy, which was completed a little more than a year ago. We’re thrilled to see the Star Academy students and staff make this campus their home for learning and growth. The Star Academy project consisted of the construction of a brand-new campus on bare ground, the first school to be built after the Natomas building moratorium was lifted. The campus has five buildings including an Administration and Resources building, Multi-purpose and Gymnasium building, and three 21st century classroom buildings. In addition to the indoor classroom space, Star Academy also has outdoor learning spaces with large vertical opening doors, communal work spaces, an outdoor amphitheater, playgrounds, play fields and ample parking. Continue reading
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Satisfied customers are the reason that last year Landmark Construction had its best year ever. Delivering outstanding customer service when faced with incredible challenges was the consistent message at the Annual Safety
The Loomis Basin Education Foundation announced that Landmark Construction will be the Presenting Sponsor of the “Go The Distance” fundraiser on May 12, 2017. The event begins at 2:30 pm at the
The Lincoln High School Farm project is on track for on time delivery. This photo is from late December 2016 and shows the building before being fully enclosed.
Ellen Kelton, Preconstruction Manager, Landmark Construction participated in the 34th Annual California International Marathon on December 3, 2016, hosted by Sacramento Running Association (SRA), a community-based non-profit. The event was exhilarating, reported
The Bayshore Elementary School District (BESD) was seeking a construction partner that could build a temporary school site, demolish an old school and then build a fabulous new $30 million dollar state-of-the-art