Dickinson Cameron is excited to be working with Darden Restaurants, building their Eddie V’s Prime Seafood restaurant located in Palm Desert, CA. This will be the first Eddie V’s restaurant built by DCC and will include multiple patio dining areas, private dining and full bar in addition to 75 seat main dining area. Look for the final reveal early Fall.
Over the weekend, DCC conducted its first annual Superintendent Summit. As a national contractor, we seldom have the opportunity to gather all of our traveling superintendents in one place, but we did it! For this event, we invited special guests, Raken and Holobuilder, to speak as well as representatives from the various DCC departments. The presentations offered insight, education, and team building exercises, all to support our superintendent’s growth and leadership. As always, we squeezed in some fun! Enjoy photos after the link.
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The 4,668 square foot space includes a 100′ storefront, 8 salon and sales rooms, and 1000 sqft of back office. The interior design reflects the new concept similar to DCC built San Francisco location, utilizing luscious wall panel fabrics, white oak floors, and splashy bronze accents. Cartier’s unique façade spans the entire north side of the mall’s main atrium. The window display is designed to animate with various lighting effects that illuminate across the storefront. Congratulations to the team, Brian Naliboff, Michael Cordier and Tatyana Ortega on another promise delivered.
DCC has partnered with Theory for the 13th time to deliver its boutique in the newly opened Shops at Hudson Yards, New York. Store design is by AZ Architecture out of New York City. The 2,700 sqft space utilizes board-formed concrete walls, 16′ high ceilings, and separate men’s women’s’ changing. Congratulations to the team, Brian Naliboff, Michael Cordier and Tatyana Ortega.
The Dickinson Cameron team is proud to share with you our newly completed stores at Hudson Yards. We celebrated over the weekend with our colleagues and clients, the very highly anticipated grand opening of our five retail projects: Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Fendi, Theory, and Piaget. Congratulations to all on an amazing accomplishment.
In the last 5 years, DCC has worked in almost every notable retail center in New York City, including Brookfield Place, The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Saks 5th Avenue and the neighborhoods of 5th Avenue, SoHo, Williamsburg, both Upper East & West sides and Meatpacking.
Every year, the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) hold Women in Construction Week. This week we celebrate and call attention to women in our industry – who continue to break down barriers and challenge the status quo. At DCC we are proud of our workforce who do this every day and we continue to strive to be a place of inclusion, growth and support. Thank you ladies of DCC! Keep leading the way!