SAN FRANCISCO, April 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Clune Construction Company is pleased to announce that it has completed the build-out for Cox, Castle & Nicholson. The California-based law firm recently relocated their San Francisco office to the 32nd floor of 50 California Street, nestled in the heart of the Financial District. On an accelerated 10-week schedule, Clune successfully constructed the full-floor build-out of Cox, Castle & Nicholson from a warm shell condition. With sophisticated finishes, noise-reduction tiles from a local distributor, and a glass partition to separate rooms while enabling sweeping views of the iconic San Francisco Bay Bridge, this marked the completion of another high-end law firm project by Clune.
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"I would strongly recommend Clune for future projects as they exceeded all expectations. They have extensive experience working with corporate interiors–as evidenced by the level of detail they provided with all of the high-end finishes. The fact that they were able to complete this high-end buildout within a shortened time-frame speaks volumes to their ability to maintain a high level of quality within an accelerated schedule," Julie Stone of Cox, Castle & Nicholson stated on Clune's individualized service. Frozan Aref and Mohammed Aref, Principals of AREF & Associates Design Studio expressed, "Clune brought dependability, experience, enthusiasm, commitment and knowledge of the San Francisco marketplace to the project. We found Clune to be the ultimate team player."
The San Francisco office is under the leadership of Leina Zimmerman, Senior Vice President and General Manager. Leina has earned multiple designations in her field, including LEED AP® in Interior Design + Construction. Clune's Bay Area clients include high-profile law firms, large tech firms and Fortune 500 companies.
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