A SF facility housing a university graduate school. A very unique project.
This community will provide ten condominiums located in three buildings.
This project involved the merger of PTG's existing properties & adjacent properties.
Remodeling has always been my personal passion.
Yukon Building was hired as the construction Manager to restore the complex.
YUKON BUILDING is a Michigan Corporation founded in September of 1995 owned and operated by David Dowling. His career began in 1975 as a builder in Florida in building his first subdivision, Woodland Oaks, a 14 unit single family subdivision in Bradenton. Dowling has an extensive background in building restoration and waterproofing. He managed and employed the expertise to renovate historic complexes. Dowling worked on Historic buildings on the west and east coast of Florida through 1986. He developed a superior reputation for quality and economy. His team also participated in multi-unit and single family housing subdivisions, commercial and industrial developments.
After Landmark Properties a Chicago Corporation purchased the Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit, MI in 1986 he was hired out of Florida as an Owners Representative for the 90 million dollar renovation project because of his extensive background in historic renovation The project funding fell short for Landmark. Walbridge Aldinger the general contractor, hired by Dowling to renovate the Book Cadillac later hired Dowling as a development consultant in Detroit. That commission led to the site acquisition and relocation of the Walbridge team to Detroit. Working with the Walbridge team, Dowling developed other opportunities in the metro area and Florida.
For the last 27 years in Michigan Yukon Building has constructed luxury homes, condominium projects and participated in partnership in several medium to large property development programs.
While residing in Michigan, Dowling was hired by Pacific Tomato Growers, one of the largest tomato packing plants in the United States. As their Owner’s Representative he combined their existing properties with additional privately held sites. The projects pre-development planning consisted of civil, mechanical, electrical and architectural drawings and permit submittals. The construction challenge was to develop the second largest tomato packing plant in the country from demolition of the existing plant to operation of the new plant in four months. Dowling removed the existing plant and replaced it with a new building capable of 300,000 lbs. per shift within the off season of 4 months. Extensive planning and production scheduling was needed to accomplish construction of this plant. The plant was fully operational three weeks early.
Michigan Projects by Yukon Building:
Project in London, England: