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TCO: Willow Crossing

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I am glad to announce that the Willow Crossing project received TCO last Thursday! This new apartment building consists of 211 units over 7 floors, a fully packed roof with sedum trays, 2 separate areas housing solar panels, a heat pump system tied into the boiler tank system providing pre-heating, along with an amenity space for the tenants. The building also includes a small 30-stall parking garage, 2 retail spaces at the ground level, and an intricate “green wall” on the entry façade showcasing hanging planters at each floor level with green screens spanning the full height of the wall. This project began at the onset of COVID and has been battling through the several challenges the pandemic has presented throughout the process. From dealing with constant changes to the availability of specified finishes, delays in shipping from global shortages, and the battle of maintaining manpower on site regularly with the spread of the virus, our team continued to battle through and constantly look for solutions to maintain schedule. The most important aspect we’ve maintained throughout the project as always is a happy client who is very pleased with the product being delivered. This project is a reflection of the hard work and dedication provided by our amazing team of Kevan Muzzy, Andrew Shaffer, May Jensen, Ulises Gonzalez, Noe Torres, Tariq Wright, (I could go on and on), and over course our leader and newest owner at Sierra, Kory Knudson!

- Taylor Galbraith, Project Manager

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Employee Spotlight: Matt Enany
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