THE CROSSINGS AT SANTA FE

Project Timeline: 
July 2008 – June 2009


The Crossings at Santa Fe project is a 168-unit, 245,000 square foot apartment community that was the second phase of an existing student housing property that started July 2008 and had a phased delivery schedule from February 2009 through June 2009. Construction was coordinated with the property manager to allow for uninterrupted operation and occupancy of the existing property. In addition to the Phase II construction, the scope of work included the renovation of the existing clubhouse, the addition of a covered NCAA regulation basketball pavilion, new gatehouse, pool trellis, and a mail kiosk in the existing Phase I property.

The building construction consists of three-story structures with post-tension foundations, wood-frame structure, steel exterior stairs and handrails, asphalt shingle roof with gutters and downspouts, vinyl windows, a combination of cementitious siding, brick veneer and vinyl soffits, central HVAC systems, fire sprinkler systems, security alarms, and residential grade apartment interior finishes and fixtures.

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James a. Gray

Gray co-founded FaverGray in 2005 and has more than 45 years of experience in design and construction management in the residential, commercial and industrial market sectors. As CEO, Gray is responsible for leading the development of FaverGray’s short and long term strategy, creating and implementing FaverGray’s vision and mission, maintaining awareness of the competitive market landscape, evaluating expansion opportunities and industry developments, maintaining social awareness and responsibility within FaverGray’s market sectors, assessing and managing corporate risks and management of banking and surety relationships.