Building great things.

We are a national technical builder that specializes in highly complex and sustainable projects.

A GREAT PLACE TO WORK: FORTUNE'S 2014 LIST
DPR has earned #10 on FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” in America rankings for 2014. DPR has ranked for five consecutive years on the FORTUNE 100 Best list in 2010 at #57, in 2011 at #22, in 2012 at #13 and in 2013 at #15.

University of Arizona Medical Center Hybrid Operating Room Modernization and Renovation

Tucson, Arizona

Winn Center for Architecture and Construction

Sacramento, California

UHS Temecula Valley Hospital

Temecula, California

BUILDING GREAT THINGS IN THE SOUTHEAST AND TEXAS
DPR and Hardin combine operations in Atlanta, Austin, Houston, Raleigh, Orlando, Tampa and West Palm Beach to build a stronger national organization and a dominant force in technical and sustainable construction.
BEST HEALTHCARE PROJECT IN THE NATION: PALOMAR MEDICAL CENTER
Palomar Medical Center was honored with three awards from Engineering News-Record (ENR). The 740,000-sq.-ft "hospital of the future," built by DPR, was recognized as the best healthcare project and best project overall by ENR California and best healthcare project in the nation by ENR.

University of California, San Francisco Regeneration Medicine Building

San Francisco, California

Facebook Forest City Data Center

Forest City, North Carolina

Arizona State University College of Nursing and Health Innovation Phase II

Phoenix, Arizona

WHITEPAPER WATCH: SEEING IS BELIEVING AND BUILDING BETTER
If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is a detailed, coordinated 3D model worth? This paper explores how using building information modeling (BIM) visualization makes teams more efficient and effective from the start.

University of Texas High Performance Computing Facility Expansion

Austin, Texas

Novelis R&D Laboratory

Kennesaw, Georgia

David and Lucile Packard Foundation Corporate Headquarters

Los Altos, California

TREND WATCH: NET-ZERO BUILDING REHAB
Using our own offices as high-performing living labs, DPR is surpassing LEED standards with regenerative or net-zero energy buildings, which produce as much or more energy as they consume.

University of Virginia Old Jordan Hall Renovation

Charlottesville, Virginia

Facebook Sweden Data Center

Lulea, Sweden

U.S. Green Building Council Headquarters Expansion

Washington, D.C.

WHITEPAPER WATCH: THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE
42 healthcare chief executive officers, senior executives, vice presidents, design and construction directors, design professionals, developers, and consultants answered questions about healthcare trends as part of DPR’s Future of Healthcare study.

UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay

San Francisco, California

Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB) at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus

Phoenix, Arizona

Max Planck Florida Institute

Jupiter, Florida

SMALL PROJECTS LEAD TO GREAT RELATIONSHIPS
Even a small project can quickly become a challenge without the right team in place for the job. On projects like this series of renovations for Swift Engineering, DPR’s Special Services Group (SSG) matches the right team with project requirements, helping to ensure project success regardless of size or scope.

Butte College Phase 3 Solar Grid

Oroville, California

Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center

Gilbert, Arizona

Scripps Florida

Jupiter, Florida

TREND WATCH: TARGET VALUE DESIGN
The use of target value design (TVD) is gaining traction for its ability to help create predictable cost outcomes for owners, even on massive projects designed and delivered over multiple years like Sutter Health Eden Medical Center, which featured an 11-party IPD team.

Clif Bar Headquarters

Emeryville, California

Lanier Technical College Medical Technology and Economic Development Center

Cumming, Georgia

Alta Bates Summit Medical Center – Oakland Campus, Patient Care Pavilion

Oakland, California

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