Gafcon News

STEAM Academy Parent Center

4/29/19 – A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Monday, April 29, 2019 to celebrate the grand opening of the 112th Street STEAM Academy Parent and Family Center.

112th Street STEAM Academy is located in Watts and is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). The LAUSD Board approved upgrades to 79 Parent Centers located throughout the District. LAUSD Parent Centers aim to boost parent and family engagement by providing educational opportunities, as well as recruiting parent and family volunteers. They also serve as an adviser/consultant to the school administrator on matters regarding parent involvement and the community. Parent Center staff personnel are usually members of the community.

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CopenHill power plant topped with a rooftop ski slope opens

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Do Something Good Today!

10/01/19 – Gafcon takes environmental and social responsibility personally, and so does our tribe. Gafcon, Inc. is committed to creating value for our communities by engaging in philanthropic endeavors that leverage the synergy of our firm’s character and heritage. From charitable donations and volunteering to robust sustainability practices within our offices and project sites, Gafcon …read more

Tech 101: Digital Twins

08/19/19 – Tech 101: Digital Twins Construction Dive’s new series, Tech 101 By Jenn Goodman The lessons learned from a twin mean less risk and more return on investment for builders, architects and developers. Using its OneModel approach, Gafcon is applying digital twin technology to several projects, including the $1.2 billion JW Marriott expansion project …read more

Why Red?

Our Gafcon logo icon consists of six colors and tribal codes.

Red stands for “We deliver complex projects that power vibrant communities.”