SDSU’s Snapdragon Stadium
Designed as a vibrant, medium-density, mixed-use, transit-oriented development, the site transform the university and the City of San Diego. SDSU Mission Valley will be a community asset, expanding the university’s educational, research, entrepreneurial, and technology programs and supporting community engagement. SDSU Mission Valley will also include Snapdragon Stadium, an Innovation District, housing, a hotel, retail, and more than 80 acres of community parks and open space, including a 34-acre River Park.
Kicking off in 2019, FJ Willert performed the demolition, grading, excavation, backfill, and soil import, for the new SnapDragon Stadium and SDSU Mission Valley. For this 6.5 Million square foot project FJ Willert has imported well over 400,000 cubic yards of soil.
San Diego International Airport Terminal 1
FJ Willert Contracting through the Turner-Flatiron joint venture, is performing all excavation, export, import, and grading on the new $2.265 billion airport terminal at San Diego International Airport. The 1.2 million-square-foot building with 30 gates will replace the existing 1960s era terminal. Construction will take place in two stages to ensure that the current number of gates remain available during the build out. During the first phase, scheduled to open in first quarter of 2025, 19 new gates will be added. The next phase, scheduled to open in early 2027, will add 11 new gates. When work is complete, the airport will have a total of 62 gates.
Through a competitive bid process, FJ Willert was selected not only based upon its reputation for executing under tight timelines but its qualifications that adhere to the strict San Diego Airport Authorities, Safety, Environmental, and Sustainability standards.
Otay Mesa Land Port of Entry and 905 Freeway Extension
The Otay Mesa Land Port of Entry (LPOE), located in San Diego County, is the busiest commercial port in California. In order to increase vehicle and pedestrian-processing capacity, FJ Willert has been contracted to support all phases of demolition and earthwork for modernizing and expanding the existing port. All of this work is being done while the port remains open for incoming and outgoing pedestrian and vehicle traffic. All of this work is being done while the port remains open for incoming and outgoing pedestrian and vehicle traffic.
Once complete, the project will provide the port with adequate operational space, reduced traffic congestion, and a more efficient layout for port operations and the traveling public.
Southwestern Community College
Southwestern College’s largest campus, located in Chula Vista, the College is made up of seven academic schools of study. In November 2016, voters of South Bay passed Proposition Z, a $400 million general obligation bond for Southwestern College, allowing the college to move forward on critical classroom and infrastructure renovations in accordance with the Facilities Vision Plan. The college turned to FJ Willert to begin the ambitious goal of transforming the campus.