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Gordon Prill, Inc. has two openings for an entry level Project Engineer position and is seeking candidates who possess a BS in Construction Management or similar discipline. The positions involve assisting on-site construction Project Managers and Superintendents with Document Management and overall site management including Subcontractor and Owner relations, jobsite safety, QA/QC, Scheduling, and daily reports. Candidates should have working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Project and Outlook. Procore (CM Software) is a plus. Click here for more details and how to apply.
The construction of the interiors of our new office is moving along with completion of the work stations. Windows and flooring are coming next! Stay tuned!
Update on news story below. Revised effective date for the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards - delayed to 7/1/2014 due to software updates. More information at Energy Update.
California's new Building Energy Efficiency Standards take effect in 2014. They improve the energy efficiency of homes by 25 percent and make nonresidential buildings 30 percent more efficient than the previous 2008 standards. Visit the California Lighting Technology Center's website to download important requirements and major updates to the lighting code.
Our New Office! Gordon Prill's architects and engineers designed the space in our new office building and our plans were quickly approved by the City of Sunnyvale. Construction work is proceeding nicely! We can't wait to move early next year!
Find out the results of the Stanford Decathlon Team!
We just had 1000 Likes on Facebook today! Thank you everyone for liking Gordon Prill - it was exciting to get our first 50 likes so who would have thought we would get to 1000 so quickly since we only joined Facebook on June 3rd this year. Visit our Facebook here. Thank you!
Don’t Miss the Tour of Stanford’s Solar Decathlon Competition Start.Home Entry
Sunday, September 8th, 2013 | Stanford Solar Decathlon
The Stanford Solar Decathlon net-zero Start.Home is about to be deconstructed and shipped to southern California and then reassembled for the 2013 Solar Decathlon.
Gordon Prill assisted Stanford University in taking one step further to make driverless cars a reality!