Assisted in the purchase of the property for tear down project.
Created a budget and timeline.
Procured Architect, designer and contractor, Jim Caldwell, for completed floor-plans.
Made revisions to floor-plan layout.
Compared multiple bids and selected sub-contractors.
Submitted plans to the city for permits and to get them approved.
Picked materials and created color pallet including a furniture layout.
Project was sold mid-construction with approved plans
Acted as the Listing Agent for the Sale of the property.
First Floor of Existing Structure
Second Floor of Existing
11959 Mariposa Road
Scope of Work Preformed:
Purchasing Agent of the Commercial Medical Building at 11959 Mariposa Rd for clients at Pacific Eye Institute.
Determined scope of work, budget, and timeline.
Hired architect to prepare a plans for City approval with a new interior layout that better suits the new owner's needs.
Re-designated floor-plans for clients; this included a furniture layout.
Hired engineer to create a site plan, calculations and complete engineering for the building and parking lots on the land. Assisted in the completion of City Check List.
General contractor and various subcontractors completed the interior remodel of the structure including (but not limited to) electrical (high and low voltage), plumbing, roofing, re-surfacing/paving of the existing and future parking lots.
Created a color pallet and selected materials.
Put security measures into place because of vandalism while in the construction phase and included a patrol guard.
Purchasing Agent of the 1/2 acre of land to the south.
Purchasing Agent of the 1 acre of land to the east.
Rob went to the City of Hesperia and got the property on Hemlock and rezoned from residential to commercial use; doubling the lot's value and allowing the new owner to plan for an addition to the existing building, future office space, a surgery center, and adequate parking for the complex.
Delivered a speech to the Hesperia City Council on why the property should be allowed to be rezoned. The property passed with a unanimous decision.
Hired a biologist and other experts to clear the property of endangered species and artifacts (such as the borrowing owl) for future development of the site.
Got the Certificate of Occupancy
Coordinated a grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, the Mayor and other City officials attended along with employees, patients and invited guests.