Gilbane has been building in Northern California since 1995 and we currently maintain a full-service construction management office in San Jose. We have built this community’s schools, parks and recreation centers, libraries, police stations, community colleges and state universities, community centers and expanded the local airport.
We have significant convention and cultural center construction management experience and will work with you to meet the challenges of space, time and cost in building in this market. You can view our Convention/Cultural projects here. Additionally, we deliver solutions for correctional facilities and prisons, courthouses and crime laboratories from initial concept and financing through construction and start-up. Please see our Criminal Justice projects here.
Our local San Jose construction services team has worked on programs for the region’s most prominent organizations including:
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
- San Jose Redevelopment Agency
- San Jose State University
- Los Gatos-Saratoga Joint Union High School
- California Administrative Office of the Courts
- City of San Jose
- County of Santa Cruz
- General Services Administration
- Solano County
- Gilroy Unified High School District
San Jose International Airport
- County of Santa Clara
- Peralta Community College District
Many of our team members are south bay area natives and long-time tax-payers who have a vested interest in the improvement of our county-wide infrastructure. We are active with the ACE Mentor Program, National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH), Community College Facility Coalition (CCFC), United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association.
For San Jose construction services employment opportunities, visit the Careers page.
San Jose Police Southside Substation
The San Jose Police Southside Substation Project consists of an approximately 107,000 SF, three-story police station on a 10.5 acre site with underground parking, a vehicle maintenance building and car wash as part of the project.
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport Capital Improvement Project
The third largest airport in the state of CA required a significant terminal area improvement program to better serve its more than 17 million travelers per year. The facility required energy-modeling services to ensure compliance with CA’s Title 24 energy code to meet LEED® Silver criteria.