DCC Featured in General Contractor Magazine

Dickinson Cameron was recently featured in General Contractor Magazine! See what they had to say about DCC:

“Dickinson Cameron Construction is a leading national retail and restaurant construction management firm with over 25 years of proven expertise and innovation. Its offices in San Diego and New York enable it to do retail ground-up flagships, historical renovations, and tenant improvement build-outs in more than 20 cities across the country.

The firm is captained by co-founder Frank Naliboff. With a career spanning three decades and a foundation in Mechanical Engineering, Frank is recognized as one of the most accomplished retail general contractors in the country. Under his leadership, the firm has built a number of award-winning projects including a Citizens of Humanity Showroom in Los Angeles which won a 2015 Sparks Gold Award for Design as well as a Burberry Store in Rodeo Drive that won a City of Beverly Hills Architectural Award. It has also been featured on the pages of GQ, Architectural Digest, and other national publications.

Dickinson Cameron caters to some of the most well-known names in the luxury retail industry, including Adidas, Cartier, Chanel, Prada, Gucci, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Valentino, and Zara. This Cartier store was built in 2016 at the historic Highland Park Village shopping center in Dallas.”

DCC + SF Bay Area

In our 25 years in business, Dickinson Cameron has a long history building in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our latest start, the flagship #Gucci is a LEED project and located in Union Square. We can’t wait to reveal next year!

Cartier Celebrates Grand Opening of Scottsdale Store

Beautiful Cartier boutique completed at Fashion Square in Scottsdale, AZ. Dickinson Cameron built the temporary store and permanent store. Congratulations to the team!

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Dior, Ala Moana Center, Honolulu HI

Dior Ala Moana Center, Honolulu, HI Opens Today! The project is our 4th Dior store completion. The store expansion combined 2 adjacent spaces with the existing women’s Dior boutique to create the new Men’s store. Congrats to Danielle Dyson, Lena Hamlin, and Ron Gordines on this beautiful project!

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Apple Store Upgrades Near You

You may have noticed your local Apple store in the midst of a renovation. Some classic stores typically built up until 2014 will see the replacement of Genius Bars with new video walls and updated seating. Forum seating will usher in the “community” feel they have perfected in more recent roll-outs and accommodate more in-store education programs. The video wall addition at the Ala Moana Center, HI location was recently completed by Dickinson Cameron. The open-store remodel also included new tile flooring and Fetzer seating (amongst other work) and occurred over a span of 9 weeks. Mahalo Nui Loa Team!

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DCC’s NYC Yeam Joined Forces With GrowNYC

DCC’s NYC team joined forces with GrowNYC today to build planter beds at Williamsburg Brooklyn’s Lentol Park. GrowNYC is a non-profit whose mission is to transform communities block by block and empower all New Yorkers to secure a clean and healthy environment for future generations. Good job guys and gals! Special shout out to our Project Manager, Kat Zelechowska, for organizing.

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Dickinson Cameron Celebrates Opening of North Italia Restaurant

DCC is excited to share our first North Italia concept build for Fox Restaurants Group. The 7,655 square feet eatery has dining space for over 300 patrons and is located in San Diego, CA. With more than 2,000 square feet of outdoor patio dining, the restaurant is sure to be a hit with San Diegans everywhere. The restaurant team Chris, Alanna and Sanga brought this vision to reality.

Design Team: OmniPlan / Testani Design Troupe / Energy Systems Design (ESD)

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Dickinson Cameron Completes Eureka! Carlsbad Restaurant

DCC is proud to share our 5th project completed for Eureka! Restaurants, located in the new mixed-use development, Lift. The restaurant is just under 5,000 square feet and includes patio seating with a fire pit, a full-service bar, and a family-friendly atmosphere. Design touches of glazed lava stone subway tile, reclaimed wood paneling and natural finishes throughout complete the relaxed yet upscale vibe.

Lift is San Diego’s first “creative mixed-use” concept, combining innovation and a high-end creative and communal environment for its tenants and patrons. The development features outdoor meeting hubs, an amphitheater, rooftop decks on both structures, office space and high-end eatery spaces.

Congratulations to the team on another successful one of a kind project! Design Team: NORR Architecture / CRO Engineering Group / Avanti Restaurant Solutions.

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DITA San Francisco Store Debuts New Look

The DITA store which opened in March of this year stands out with its unique light fixtures and small but impactful design. At just 500 square feet, the remodel utilized high-end finishes and required careful scheduling and logistical planning. Check out the individually hung chandelier strands, a custom design. The display fixtures were from Atelier Vulcan / New York and the LED lit shelves were from Viabizzuno / Italy. Thank you to DITA for the opportunity and congratulations to the entire team on another fantastic project!

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Meet our new Corporate Safety Officer: Thomas McCollum

As part of our ongoing efforts to make safety the top priority at Dickinson Cameron, we are pleased to introduce our new Corporate Safety Officer, Thomas McCollum. Thomas is responsible for the DCC safety program which encompasses training, development, and certification of employees, and the overall site safety of our projects. Tom joins us after a long history in construction that includes experience in commercial, residential and military projects while maintaining a near-perfect safety record.

Besides being passionate about safety, in his spare time, Tom enjoys following his kids’ athletic careers and attending as many college events as he can. At home, he likes to keep up with his hobbies: woodworking, model making, and tinkering with trains and automobiles. Tom and his wife also enjoy being Airbnb host’s for their converted barn, “Hidden Oaks Farmhouse”.

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