In January, Otto Construction began work on the $30 million renovation of the Del Monte Manor apartment complex, originally built in 1968. The project consists of renovating all apartment units, common buildings, and parking lots. With 192 units, our team is using a “rotational process” to avoid displacing any of the residents. This means they will take turns moving to empty units while their apartments are renovated. The renovations include new doors and windows, flooring, light fixtures, appliances, casework, paint, roofing, siding, and balcony enclosures. Amenity improvements include a renovated community center and laundry facility, a new basketball half-court, outdoor gathering areas and furnishings, and community garden. Accessibility improvements include widening doorways and installing handrails, ramps, signage, and auto-operated doors. The project is expected to be complete by the end of the year.
This project is being led by: Robert Ussery; Principal-in-Charge; John Teliha, Project Manager; Daniel Edwards, Superintendent; Toni Little, Project Engineer; Michel Ramirez, Project Engineer; Courtney Johnson, Sr. Project Accountant; Kevin Halfhill, Sr. Estimator.