KEVIN HUESBY

Executive Vice President, Project Executive

Kevin Huesby

Kevin draws on more than two decades of experience in the commercial construction industry when he oversees Hillhouse’s construction operations and manages specific projects for key clients. He has supervised a broad range of construction projects, from state-of-the-art clean rooms and high tech industrial machining facilities to cutting-edge corporate offices. Kevin’s ability to successfully shepherd technically challenging jobs to on-time completion has earned Hillhouse an enviable percentage of repeat clients.

As executive vice president, Kevin performs the executive functions necessary to manage construction operations. He leads Hillhouse’s implementation of new construction technology and management protocols, and remains closely involved with day-to-day operations as a project executive and project manager for key corporate accounts. Kevin’s proactive approach and high-touch service orientation keep him at the forefront of sustainable construction trends and in touch with our clients’ evolving workspace needs. Here are some sample Hillhouse projects that Kevin has overseen:

TENANT IMPROVEMENT / SPECIALTY PROJECTS

Maxtor Corporation, Milpitas
Multiple projects. 175,000 s.f. design build clean room, lab and office environment and 60,000 s.f. of lab and 10,000 s.f. of class 100 and class 10,000 clean rooms. Construction manager and general contractor responsibilities for campus reorganization. Program management to turnkey design-build construction on over 50 individual projects. Extensive CDA, vacuum, exhaust, D.I. and chilled water systems. Development of clients HMIS, HMMP, hazard communication and an employee training plan were also included in this project. Purchase and installation of user equipment incorporated with design/build process.

See’s Candies, South San Francisco
235,000 s.f. building restoration and complete build out for new candy packing line. Construction included high-volume restroom, locker room, break facility and a parking lot that incorporated new approaches, lighting, drainage, fencing and access control.

Sony, San Jose
160,000 s.f. high-profile corporate office interior. Fast track design-assist construction completed in eight weeks with all six floors under construction simultaneously. Project included isolated demolition, new private offices and open office area requiring extensive electrical, mechanical and architectural construction.

AS&E, Accuray, Sigen – Multiple Locations
Design-build project that included construction of multiple radiation test cells including coordination with state-approved physicists and governing bodies. Cells constructed with four-foot-thick slab, eight-foot-thick walls and a three-foot-thick ceiling. Additionally, lead-lined doors and extensive control & alarm work was included.

Equinox Fitness Club, San Mateo
26,000 s.f complete construction of a three story high-end fitness club. Basement floor consisted of group fitness areas with aerobic flooring, cardiovascular, and free weights. Main floor and lobby consisted of pro-shop, juice bar lounge, kids center and sales offices. Full-service men’s and women’s locker rooms. Highlight of the job is as penthouse with yoga studios, full-service spa and lap pool. Rooftop pool required substantial structural upgrades. Extensive use of mirrors and specialty accent lighting throughout the club. High-end finish materials used for fixtures, walls, and flooring.

Corporate Childcare Facility, Palo Alto
15,000 s.f. two-story building addition/renovation and change-of-use project. Construction included the complete demolition of all existing interior improvements and isolated exterior improvements. The building was enlarged and accessibility was repositioned to improve flow and functionality. New exterior site improvements, secure play area and specialized interior improvements for childcare were made. Extensive use of ecofriendly material and hazard-proof materials.