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100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies

08/06/19 – San Diego Business Journal’s 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies Congratulations to the winners of the San Diego Business Journal’s 2019 Fastest Growing Private Companies awards. Your achievement inspires us all. Gafcon is ranked #68 for the list of fastest-growing private companies in the San Diego Business Journal. Read More> Read Article in PDF> …read more

Changing Construction Market Challenges Project Managers to Evolve

7/31/19 – Changing Construction Market Challenges Project Managers to Evolve ENR Construction companies face the same challenges as technology companies and must be willing to embrace new technology to do their work As professionals who work in program, project and construction management, much of the work we do is fundamentally the same as it was …read more

A Deep Dive into the San Diego Fishing Industry

7/31/19 – A Deep Dive into the San Diego Fishing Industry A little market, some big boats, and a $2 billion project are poised to revive San Diego’s commercial fishing industry San Diego Magazine | By TROY JOHNSON | PHOTOGRAPHY BY DEWEY KEITHLY “The beginning was tough—they didn’t trust us,” says Yehudi “Gaf” Gaffen, CEO …read more

BIG proposes 500-foot observation tower for San Diego

7/23/19 – BIG proposes 500-foot observation tower for San Diego Archinect News By Antonio Pacheco Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and developers 1HWY1 have proposed a 500-foot cylindrical observation tower for San Diego’s waterfront Central Embarcadero as part of a massive $2.4 billion Seaport San Diego project. The part-hotel, part-theme park development could include 385 hotel …read more

BIG-designed observation tower could include a vertical aquarium

7/25/19 – Could this 500 foot, Bjarle Ingels-designed observation tower rise in San Diego? The tower would be part of the $2.4 billion Seaport San Diego project. HIGH-RISE CONSTRUCTION | DAVID MALONE, ASSOCIATE EDITOR A new 500-foot observation tower from Bjarke Ingels Group could grace San Diego’s waterfront Central Embarcadero in the near future… if …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.”