Golden One Center

The Golden 1 Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in downtown Sacramento, California and new home of the Sacramento Kings. This multimillion dollar indoor sports and entertainment facility is State-of-the-Art and one of the largest projects in the history of Sacramento. This publicly owned arena is part of a business and entertainment district called Downtown Commons and is the cornerstone of the newly spurred economic development in the downtown corridor.

Contract Requirements

Quality Control Management - Develop and execute project-specific QA/QC plan with trade scopes and work procedures. Create and execute procedural protocol for the quality management system. Verify and validate materials and /or equipment have been tested, submitted and approved as applicable with contractual requirements. Provide independent auditing to validate supplier compliance. Discuss procedures and policies with subcontractors and established best practices for controlling quality of work including repetitive deficiencies. Develop and maintain working relationships with owners, architects, consultants, subcontractors and vendors to ensure that a fully compliant project is delivered. Manage inspections and non-conforming work generated through BIM360 field project software. Document compliance after corrective work or corrective action plans are completed prior to starting subsequent work.
Florin Creek Project

The South Sacramento County Streams Group Project is a joint effort between the Corps of Engineers, the Central Valley Flood Protection Board and the Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency to reduce flood risk in the Sacramento basin. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District awarded the contract to PRS Newland JV of Sacramento, a joint venture between PRS Construction & Newland Entities.

Contract Requirements

Channel widening of Florin Creek - Raising the upstream and downstream parapets of the Persimmon Avenue bridge box culvert.- Construction of retaining walls on portions of the north bank between Persimmon Avenue and Highway 99. A 255-foot retaining wall is required from Persimmon Avenue extending east to provide sufficient width for the bike trail and a 165-foot long sheet pile wall is required along the bike trail from the La Mancha Way culvert extending west to increase the bottom width of the channel. Short retaining walls are required on the downstream side of Persimmon Avenue and at the southeast corner of the box culvert to prevent water from leaving the channel through localized low areas in the banks.- Low flow concrete invert channel lining and full channel paving at bridge/culvert crossings. The full channel paving will extend a minimum of 25-feet in each direction from the structures at Franklin Blvd., Brookfield Drive, Center Parkway and Persimmon Avenue.
Culver /Alpha Kappa Alpha House

This large Craftsman style bungalow was built in 1901 for prominent Oak park physician John T. Culver. In 1953, the house became a private child-care facility. From 1972-1973, it was a private school that emphasized African American culture and history. After that, the Eta Gamma Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, an African American sorority, purchased the building and reopened the child-care center (Oak Park Preschool). The sorority continues to operate the preschool and also holds meetings in the house, as does the Sacramento chapter of the NAACP. This house is a Sacramento Landmark registered as a Historic & Cultural Recourse for the City.

Contract Requirements

Historical Rehabilitation (exterior) - "Rehabilitation" is defined as "the process of returning a property to a state of utility, through repair or alteration, which makes possible an efficient contemporary use while preserving those portions and features of the property which are significant to its historic, architectural, and cultural values."

This 1900 Arts and Crafts home is a fine example of our quality workmanship and dedication to recreating and preserving the original facade of your historical project. Our seasoned craftsmen renovate and recreate all of the fine details with precision while also tending to any structural integrity issues with modern construction technology.

PRS Construction follows the strict guidelines of the Secretary of the Interior’s standards for all Historical Restoration projects. The Standards (Department of Interior regulations, 36 CFR 67) pertain to historic buildings of all materials, construction types, sizes, and occupancy and encompass the exterior and the interior, related landscape features and the building's site and environment as well as attached, adjacent, or related new construction.