Gary Michael, Performed apprenticeship as a carpenter and cement mason starting in 1971. 30 plus years experience as a carpenter and cement mason as well as block mason.
Education and Certifications:
- AA degree Social Science from College of the Canyons 1975
- ICC Structural Masonry Inspector Certificate
- DSA Masonry Inspector Certificate
- ACI Concrete Field Technician Grade 1
- DSA Class 1 Certificate 3517 OSHPD Level A Inspector Certificate
- General Contractor’s License 322258
- Concrete Contractor Masonry Contractor
- C-61 Wood Patio Covers
San Bernardino Valley College, New Gym & Historic Auditorium Renovation, Budget of $57 Million. The Auditorium renovation is mainly to upgrade the ADA requirements and includes an elevator to grant access to the pertinent floors. The upgrades include new electrical and computer systems to make it state of the art. The fire life safety system will be upgraded as well. It includes work on the stage curtains, fire alarm system, and fire sprinkler system. At the exterior of the building, ADA paths of travel will be upgraded. It includes the required slope on concrete walks, a ramp at the main entrance, and various ADA upgrades like signage and path of travel. The Gym will be a multi phase project that is for men and woman. VIEW
San Bernardino Valley College, Business Building. Budget: 9 million. The construction consists of grade beam footings, structural steel for a canopy at the elevator area, and associated ADA work. Site work includes landscaping with new concrete, trees, and shrubs. This is a technology wonder for the campus as the internet speed throughout the building will be a plus. The conference room is finished with wood grill ceilings on t-bar grid and the building also has smart rooms. The roof is standing seam metal and the exterior of the building is cladded with metal panels and stucco intermixed. VIEW
Pasadena City College, Construction of 1-Arts building; 1-Theater Building. Budget: 28 million. A three story building over a basement with approximately 84,000 square feet and a Little Theater approximately 4,300 square feet. The building consist of multiple disciplines of arts such as theatrical, musical, and visual.
The basement consits of practice rooms for band, learning center, storage rooms, and music locker rooms. The Center of The Arts building has multiple lab rooms, Recital Hall, Lecture Hall, Large Rehersal Hall, Recording studios, Photo rooms, and offices. The Construction of the center for the arts building consisted of Structural Steel frame, metal stud walls, masonry and concrete walls, and multiple finishes. VIEW