KCM Group News

Wakeland to Build Beacon Apartments as a Solution for Homeless in East Village

Early next Summer, nonprofit affordable housing developer Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation and KCM Group, a local firm that manages construction projects, will break ground on an East Village development that will provide 44 supportive homes for people who have been homeless. The new permanent housing community, the Beacon Apartments, will replace a transitional living facility and is expected to promote safe, cleaner streets and help alleviate the City of San Diego’s growing need for permanent supportive housing. “From the start,...

Moving forward with Plaza de Panama

KCM Group, Program Manager for Plaza de Panama, moves forward with design plans and constructions documents ARTICLE: http://www.voiceofsandiego.org/topics/news/morning-report-supporters-opponents-of-plaza-de-panama-both-confident-they-will-prevail/...

KCM Group provides Construction Management Services for Wakeland Housing’s Talmadge Gateway project

Talmadge Gateway is San Diego's first permanent supportive housing community designed for seniors who have experienced homelessness and have medical needs that require ongoing support. Developed in partnership with City Heights Community Development Corporation, the community offers 60 affordable homes with on and off-site supportive services that promote stability and greater independence, allowing residents to thrive....

Julie Robson Joins KCM Group as Director of Business Development

KCM Group announced today that prominent real estate executive Julie Robson has joined the company as Director of Business Development. Ms. Robson is a well-known real estate professional who will bring a wealth of experience to KCM Group, a leading construction management firm based in San Diego. In her role as Director of Business Development, Ms. Robson will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic business goals for KCM Group, as well as managing key existing client relationships and creating new strategic alliances. “We...

KCM GROUP’S ROLE IN THE URBAN DISCOVERY ACADEMY

Here is an in depth article in the Daily Transcript on KCM Group’s role in the Urban Discovery Academy currently under construction and managed by KCM Group’s Josh McKeown.” ARTICLE: http://www.sddt.com/KCMGroup/Article...

CITY COUNCIL APPROVES PLAZA DE PANAMA PROJECT

On July 9, 2012, The San Diego City Council almost unanimously approved the Plaza de Panama project. After over seven hours of testimony, the City Council members voiced both their strong support of the project, and made clear their appreciation of the efforts of the Plaza de Panama Committee and particularly Dr. Irwin Jacobs for his generous support and tireless efforts through the entitlement of the project. KCM Group is proud to be the Program...

TONY NORTON JOINS KCM GROUP AS DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

Gordon Kovtun, principal of KCM Group announces Tony Norton has joined the firm as Director of Operations. Mr. Norton was most recently outside counsel to the Sycuan Band of the Kumemaay Nation where he was instrumental in adding 1,700-acres to the Tribal reservation through the Federal regulatory process. Prior to his role at Sycuan, Tony spent 16 years as a business and transactional lawyer in Los Angeles and San Diego. Originally from Winnipeg, Canada, Tony...

KCM GROUP COMPLETES PHASE ONE OF SYCUAN CASINO RENOVATION

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — JULY 5, 2011 — KCM Group, Inc., project manager for the Sycuan Casino in El Cajon, California, has announced the completion of first phase renovations for the popular gaming, dining and entertainment destination. Part of a 200,000 square-foot renovation, this first of two phases involved constructing three new, smoke-free locations: San Diego-area’s largest poker room, an Off Track Betting room and an entire gaming wing for slots and table games. Additionally,...

KCM GROUP NEARS COMPLETION OF NEW SYCUAN GOVERNMENT CENTER

KCM Group, construction management firm for the Sycuan Band of Kumeyaay Indians, announced today that they have reached the final phase of construction for the Tribe’s latest project, a new Tribal Government Center Complex. This $4.6 million project includes two buildings totaling 15,000-square-feet that will house the Tribal Council offices, Tribal Council Chambers, legal and administrative offices, and offices for Tribal development, accounting, and support services. The new complex replaces the current government building, which...