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Sacramento, CA

AC Hotel Sacramento will feature an upscale lobby and bar area with underground parking and back of house spaces. The hotel will be an 8-story concrete structure, with a basement. The existing on-grade parking will be demolished and the walls of the existing basement will be shored. 3D tapered metal panels applied to the exterior building facade will bring a new look to the neighborhood. 

Construction: Type I, 8-story, cast-in-place concrete

Size: 179 guest rooms, 100,500 square feet

Owner: Phota Sacramento, LLC

Architect: AXIS/GFA Architecture and Design 


Vacaville, CA

Tricorp Group is providing full design/build services for this new hotel. The hotel will feature a fitness room, pool, bar, breakfast area, and outdoor seating area with firepits. Meeting rooms, business center, guest laundry, and other amenities will be provided as well. The 5.4 acre site has room for two future retail pads. The exterior will feature tile, metal siding, and metal panel finishes. 

Construction: Type IIIA, 4-story, wood framed 

Size: 136 guest rooms, 84,638 square feet

Owner: J&P Hospitality 

Architect: HRGA


Vacaville, CA

Adjacent to a popular conference and banquet center, this new hotel provides a fitness room, pool, sunroom and breakfast area for guests.  Other amenities include meeting rooms, business center, and guest laundry.

Construction: Type VA, 4 stories

Size: 136 keys, 72,249 square feet

Owner: Sunrise Palace, Inc.

Architect: A2R Architects


Saint Helena, CA

Construction of 5-star, luxury boutique hotel in St. Helena, CA. The historical renovation of the existing Acacia House includes 5 guest rooms, reception, wine tasting room, and a restaurant; this is the focal point of the development. The spa and conference room are in separate buildings, yet central to the rest of the guest room buildings and pool. This property is located next to the Beringer Mansion to the north and vineyards to the west.

Construction: Type VA and VB, 2 stories

Size: 68 keys, 55,811 square feet, 6 bldg

Owner: Presidio Companies

Architect: HR Group Architects


Sacramento, CA

Construction of a new 8-Story, 128 room Hyatt House Hotel within the exterior of the historic Eastern Star at 2719 K Street.  The exterior historic facade will be strengthened and rejuvenated along with the lobby.  Additional project work includes demolition, soft demolition, abatement, micropiles, concrete, steel shoring, sitework and new steel structure along with the typical trades required to build a new hotel.

Construction: Type I Structural Steel Core

Size: 128 Keys, 86,087 Square Feet

​Owner: HUME Development

Architect: HR Group Architects


Belmont, CA

Amenities include business center, breakfast area, fitness center, pool, patio, and fire pit. Building foundations consist of shallow footings and pile caps over drilled displacement pile ground improvements. Tricorp self-performed the framing on this project.

Construction: Type VA, 4 stories

Size: 168 keys, 92,065 square feet

Owner: OTO Development

Architect: Architectural Dimensions


Redwood City, CA

This new hotel provides much needed local accommodations.  The 60,000 sf two level parking garage is built above grade with the rooms on top of it.  602 cast-in-place piles were installed during sitework due to expansive soil conditions.   Amenities include meeting rooms, breakfast area, business center, fitness center, and second story pool set on concrete podium.

Construction: Type VA over Type IA, 5 stories

Size: 177 keys, 107,031 square feet

Owner: OTO Development

Architect: Architectural Dimensions


Rancho Cordova, CA

Property Improvement Plan converting a Hyatt House hotel to a Double Tree Suites by Hilton. All of the rooms have new finishes including code and brand upgrades to plumbing, HVAC, fire sprinklers and lighting. Renovations of common areas included entry and lobby, lounge, bar, dining area, fitness center, corridors, grab-and-go food market area and sitework. Construction took place while the hotel was open for business.

Construction: Renovation, Type V, 3 stories

Size: 158 keys, 88,238 square feet

Owner: PR Rancho Hotels LLC

Architect: HR Group Architects


Davis, CA

This was one of the first hospitality projects in California completed through a Public-Private-Partnership delivery method, built on the UC Davis Campus.  Construction of this project was done in 2 phases. The first phase consisted of 75 keys, pool, kitchen, and meeting and conference rooms. Tricorp was then invited to participate as the Design/Build Contractor on the 52 key expansion of this property.

Construction: Type VA, 5 stories

Size: 127 keys, 68,620 square feet

Owner: University Hospitality Group

Architect: Phase I – Aubrey Moore

Phase II – HR Group Architects


El Segundo, CA

The developer won the Development of the Year Award from Hyatt for the Hyatt Place Los Angeles/LAX/El Segundo, which was the first completed Hyatt GEN 2 model in the United States. This was one of the first Type III, five-story, wood framed buildings completed in California under a change to the building code.   The hotel is also LEED Certified and contains 12 different room types.

Construction: Type IIIA, 5 stories

Size: 143 keys, 83,855 square feet

Owner: OTO Development

Architect: Braun & Steidl Architects

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