Webcor completes and opens for use portions of the landmark Design-Build/P3 project totaling 1,177,124 square feet throughout 14 structures to support a population of 10,000 students. The UC Merced 2020 Expansion project is the first higher education availability payment P3 project to be awarded in the U.S.
HARVEY MILK TERMINAL 1 (FORMERLY BAB) OPENS AT SFO
Formerly the “Boarding Area B” at SFO, Austin-Webcor JV opens the Harvey Milk Terminal 1, a portion of the design-build project that totals 544,630 square feet and includes new gate boarding and seating areas, concessions, passenger amenities, back-of-house support spaces, and a state-of-the-art baggage handling system. SFOs newest terminal pays tribute to the life and legacy of the late San Francisco Supervisor. As the first airport terminal in the world to be named after an LGBTQ+ leader, the Harvey Milk Terminal 1, it includes an extensive exhibit displaying art, photos, notes and other tokens illustrating the life of the Harvey Milk.
RECOGNITION OF CTO KIM BATES (MOST INFLUENTIAL WOMAN), SFBT
Kim Bates, Chief Technology Officer is named by The San Francisco Business Times to their 2019 Most Influential Women in Bay Area List, featuring over 100 women in diverse fields and industries.
NEW HOME OFFICE
Webcor sees the San Francisco corporate office renovation as a unique opportunity to showcase our self-perform skills as a general contractor. From the curved gypsum ceilings and custom-built reception desk to the exposed pipes and conduits on the ceiling, elements of Webcor’s self-perform craftsmanship permeate throughout the space.
SENIOR VP MEI LIN WOLF RECOGNIZED (MOST INFLUENTIAL WOMAN), SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS TIMES
Mei Lin Wolff, Senior Vice President of Human Resources is named by The San Francisco Business Times to their 2018 Most Influential Women in Bay Area List, featuring over 100 women in diverse fields and industries.
WOMEN OF WEBCOR ESTABLISHED
Women of Webcor (WoW), an employee advocacy group, is focused on cultivating diversity and inclusion. Webcor leads the construction industry average with 26 percent female employees, over double the industry average of 10 percent of all employees working in construction.