With a large and diverse force of skilled craft professionals, Sundt specializes in self-performing core scopes of work in the construction process. This means agile problem-solving and fewer surprises as we manage critical-path schedule, safety and quality control for the entire project.
We believe skilled, passionate people move our country and industry forward, and we want them on our team. Every Sundt employee is also an owner, driving a culture of shared success and a sense of pride in work worth doing, done well.
For many college students in California, rising rents are making higher education unlivable. Shortages of affordable housing and inflated costs of living are forcing more students to live in hotels, campers, or cars as they earn their degree. The most direct response available is for campuses to add more units, specifically affordable ones, as fast as possible.
The next quarterly deadline to apply for a Sundt Foundation grant is December 15. If you’re a qualified 501c3 nonprofit in or around one of our eleven giving areas (Tempe/Phoenix, Tucson, El Paso, North Texas, San Antonio, Sacramento, Irvine, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Charlotte and Portland Metro) make sure to get your grant application in before the deadline, or encourage your favorite nonprofit to apply.
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Sundt is committed to being the most skilled builder in America, led by the industry’s most skilled construction professionals. Our experience in multiple markets, wide range of self-perform capabilities, and unique employee-ownership culture bring exceptional quality to our work and lead to prosperous outcomes for our clients, employee-owners and communities.
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Fire Central is home to Station No. 1 and the TFD’s administrative and fire prevention support personnel. The 70,000-square-foot, two-story structure includes firefighter living accommodations, six apparatus bays, fire department offices, Tucson’s emergency operations center and a public museum, all constructed over a below grade, two-level, secure parking garage.
We took great care to fit the big, municipal building into the style and scale of the surrounding historic neighborhood. Meetings were held with neighborhood representatives at the onset of design to help guide the project to a completion that would enhance the area while providing a modern facility for the fire department. We maintained close contact with neighbors throughout the project, adjusting building processes to minimize the day-to-day impacts on their lives. We also addressed their concerns about protecting a nearby historic chapel that was extremely fragile. The team made minor repairs to the structure prior to beginning construction on Fire Central and closely monitored seismic activity from construction equipment to prevent damage to the structure.
Not only did the completed Fire Central provide the TFD with a state-of-the-art facility, the process of building it also helped enhance the community and strengthen the relationship between the neighborhood and the city.