J.J. Albanese showed off its “one-stop-shop” capabilities with this project, beginning with the mass excavation through the structural concrete and finishing with the site concrete and paving.


After 15 years of evolving plans, construction began on the mixed-use Alma Plaza redevelopment project to provide residents in the surrounding South Palo Alto neighborhood a much-needed nearby supermarket. The four-acre project is comprised of 25,000 square feet of retail space, 37 single-family homes, 14 affordable rental apartment units, a small park and a community center.

Today, the plaza now known as the Alma Village and is home to retail shops, a grocery store, a residential area and attractive communal space.

J.J. Albanese showed off its “one-stop shop” capabilities with this project, beginning with the mass excavation through the structural concrete and finishing with the site concrete and paving. JJA's pumping capabilities, with its 15-plus-pump fleet ranging in size from the 17-meter to the 61-meter, made this difficult 1,500 cubic yard mat pour another example of JJA "Just Getting it Done!" The experienced crew completed the two-level, 20,000 square foot concrete structure ahead of schedule, leaving the client and ownership group very pleased with the final product.
Project Details
Project Name:
Alma Plaza Mixed Use

Project Date:
2015-07-08

Client:
W.L Butler, Inc.

Scope:
Structural Concrete, Shotcrete, Site & Off-site Concrete, Mass Excavation, Grading/Paving

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