Joe Beebe has observed over 200 million dollars worth of work ranging from small Interim portable classrooms to 40 million dollar central plant, A 22 million dollar infrastructure upgrade to a Community College and modernization in excess of 15 million dollars to ground up new construction of elementary schools, high schools and collage campus’s.
Joe is the San Bernardino, California Regional Director at Knowland Construction Services.
Education and Certifications:
- Cal State Northridge, BS, International Business 1987
- United States Navy, E-7 (OSC,sw) 1978-1988
- CSLB # 703144
- B General Builder
- C-8 Structural Concrete
- C-10 Electrical (with High Voltage Certification)
Crafton Hills College, San Bernardino City USD. Budget: 14,000,000. Modernizations of 4 buildings including Administration, cafeteria, 16 room instruction building and 26 room 2 story math/ life science building, Elevator, site infrastructure upgrades including electrical, gas, IT, fire, security, storm drain and sewer. VIEW
East L.A. College Chiller loop. Budget: 2.4 million. New heated hot water and chilled water hydronic loop from the new central plant to all existing and proposed new building on campus.
East L.A. Collage Central Plant. Budget: 19, 000, 000, 00. Central Plant building and Infrastructure; CMU Building, moment frame support, panelized roof system, engineered seismic restraint, engineered heat expansion, new 4.9 million BTU boiler and Chiller Plant.
East L.A. Collage. Budget: $24,000,000. 00. Infrastructure and traffic improvement; Installation of new Domestic water system, fire suppression water system Natural gas system, non potable irrigation system, sanitary sewer system, and storm drain system.
Saugus High School. Budget: $14,200,000.00. Renovation of Saugus High School. This was a ground-up new 60,000 sqft build. A steel stud frame science building with 8 individual classrooms, New 120,000 sqft. 2 story Administration/ library with elevator, New 25,000 sqft. Kitchen/ food service building, and modernized 12 existing concrete tilt up buildings.