Wall Raising Ceremony at Shorebreeze Apartments

The team at ESE was excited to attend the Wall Raising Ceremony for the Shorebreeze Apartments in Mountain View, CA.

We are very excited to work with MidPen Housing again on this Affordable Housing project.

On Tuesday August 13th, Mountain View Mayor Lisa Matichak, and Housing Trust of Silicon Valley CEO Kevin Zwick, joined other city and county leaders to celebrate new construction of affordable housing at Shorebreeze Apartments being developed by MidPen Housing.

The expansion of Shorebreeze Apartments is a response to the tremendous need for affordable workforce housing in Silicon Valley, one of the nation’s most expensive housing markets where many workers are being priced out. Originally built in 1980 and acquired by MidPen in 1997, Shorebreeze has long provided 120 affordable rental apartment homes for families and seniors. With the work currently underway, 108 of the original apartments will be renovated and 62 brand new apartments will be constructed, resulting in a net gain of 50 affordable homes – all on the original site footprint.

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ACE Mentor Program Q&A With Justin Bose

The ACE Mentor Program is a free after-school program designed to empower high school students in workforce development by connecting students with knowledgeable professionals from the design and construction industry.

We had a chance to connect with one of our Project Engineers, Justin Bose, to learn more about what interested him in being a mentor for this program, what he has learned so far from the experience, and what piece of advice he has for the next generation of engineers and leaders.