Monthly Archives: June 2018

History of Father’s Day

It may come as a surprise that idea of Father’s Day came from opposite ends of the country, by two women who wished to honor and celebrate fathers.  The first Father’s Day occurred in Fairmont, West Virginia on July 5, 1908 when Grace Golden Clayton suggested to her minister that they should hold services to […]
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It’s Fair Time!

Fair season is upon us! The San Diego County Fair at Del Mar Fairgrounds is open June 1st through July 4th, closed on Mondays & Tuesdays. There’s fun for everyone with several different types of exhibits, competitions, rides, food, displays and concerts. Every night there is something spectacular going on, from a beer pairing dinner […]
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Project Recap: Spec Suite 135 — Sorrento Valley

Project Team: Glenn Fricke (PM), Shelby Ballow (PC) and Chad Reed (Superintendent) Project Size: 2,440 est sf Project Cost: ~$116,500.00 Project Duration: 7 weeks It is becoming more common for building owners to invest in building out speculative suites, so the space is “move-in ready” for prospective tenants.  The suite was completely gutted and returned […]
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