Since 1995, unparalleled quality and proven expertise in structural concrete construction in both the public and the private sectors have helped to create Pacific Southwest Structures, Inc.'s reputation as a contractor who finishes on-time, every time. No matter the project, our principals, with a combined 90 years of experience in California construction, know how to manage a strong contracting operation.
In addition to concrete services, we offer the added value of preliminary design consultation and budget analysis of all structural concrete building components. Our expert guidance in these areas aim to help cut costs and cost impacts without compromising quality.
Proven expertise is the foundation of our business. The depth and diversity of knowledge of our company principals, Daniel R. Fitzgerald, John H. Shelby and Len Tyler, give them a common-sense approach that allows for – and plans for – the unexpected. It all comes down to smart planning, proper job-site staffing and finishing on time, every time. That's the true value of our experience.
DiamondView Tower is a unique and distinctive new Class-A office building in downtown San Diego. The project was constructed with 3 levels down and 205,000 square feet of subterranean parking. The garage rests below a 15 story office structure with its presence beyond Petco Park's right field.
This mixed-use building at the southwest corner of Market and 15th streets is an eight-story project containing 65 condominiums, 76 parking spaces and 4,000 square feet of retail space. The project is constructed with 3-levels down subterranean parking and 8-levels above, all cast in place construction with some architectural concrete elements.
San Diego Children's Museum
This building was constructed using "Tilt Up" construction style concrete walls. This method of Architectural Concrete "Tilt Up" is unique to the downtown area. Because of area restraints, this project required utilizing one of the largest cranes on the west coast to tilt panels weighing up to 218,000 pounds, and place over 200 feet away from the crane. That's a long way for that much tonnage!