"Gordon Prill did a great job on my lab. The on-site project manager was terrific. Job well done.”
Professor of Applied Physics and Physics, Stanford University
Dr. Kathryn Moler
“I would like to take the opportunity to say THANK YOU and great job to the entire Gordon Prill, Inc. team. In the past few months, your team has gone above and beyond to immerse yourself in the design of the project and the Google ecosystem. This reflects in the progress we made from where we started and we very much look forward to the team knocking down design challenges, meeting all milestones, and getting this project to the final stage.”
Project Manager, CBRE
"The Gordon Prill team was professional, focused and got the job done with excellent attention to the final product. Clear drawings, accurate presentations of what was being done for my lab and no surprises."
Professor of Biology, Stanford University
Dr. Russell Fernald
“I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your thoroughness and the attention to detail you have been applying to the Smart Power/Robotics project. I am confident your efforts will provide a finished product the faculty will be very pleased with, as well as make the construction process run smoother.”
Owner’s Representative, University of California, Santa Cruz
David J. Tanza
“I just wanted to extend my heartfelt appreciation to all of you for delivering a high-quality product in such a short time under these challenging circumstances. Your proactive collaboration and commitment have not gone unnoticed; you've set a high bar for other campus managers and design consultants to follow.”
Campus Architect, University of California, Santa Cruz
“One of the benefits of using Gordon Prill has been that they have all design disciplines under one roof which has been a great time saver due to their ability to expedite discipline coordination in-house."
Project Manager, University of California, Santa Cruz
"Gordon Prill did a great job in realizing the original philosophy of building an open environment to assist the synergistic interactions of students and researchers using difference and complementary instruments."