Beaudin Ganze Truckee Office

Project Description

Beaudin Ganze Consulting Engineers needed a larger office space and wanted it to reflect their sophisticated designs. Peter managed the construction of the new space, which included hot-rolled steel shelves and extruded polymer screen walls. The office achieved a LEED Silver rating from USGBC for its use of sustainable materials, occupant comfort, and efficient HVAC.

Tahoe Fish Hatchery Renovation

Project Description

Peter Beaupre managed the $2 million upgrade to this historic building in Tahoe City. This structure was built in the 1920’s and was in poor condition. Peter worked with the University of California, Davis to restore the look of the building while also integrating seismic retrofits, maintaining a historic aesthetic while modernizing infrastructure. There was also laboratory space added, as the building is also a research facility. Peter managed the testing of equipment, including the fume hood. The staff of the Tahoe Environmental Research Center are very proud of their revamped facility and now hold many public events there.

Tahoe Marina Lodge Deck Replacements

Project Description

This condominium association hired PBD to replace 12 decks on the condominiums’ 3rd floor. A fast completion schedule was critical to the owners, who wanted the units available for the next vacation season. PBD crews successfully completed the decks on time and to great satisfaction. The condominium maintenance staff consistently praised PBD for its clean jobsites and completeness of work.

US Forest Service Truckee Ranger Office

Project Description

The Forest Service desired a highly efficient building for their new office. As a result, the heating ventilation and air conditioning system was quite complex. Peter successfully managed the commissioning process to ensure the systems were functioning correctly. Peter also worked closely with Forest Service staff and their federally mandated processes.

Town of Truckee Bus Shelter

Project Description

PBD successfully bid on, won, and constructed a bus stop shelter for the Town of Truckee. The building was a public works project and subject to prevailing wage requirements. As the building was on a busy main road, safety and project security was of the utmost importance. The timber frame structure now provides a safe, pleasant waiting spot for citizens enjoying public transportation.