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Pasadena-Based C.W. Driver Expands to Northern California

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Having recently been awarded a high-profile project in Redwood City, 93-year-old venerable Southern California construction firm C.W. Driver has opened an office in the Northern California city of San Mateo on the San Francisco Peninsula.

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Mike Castillo, previously vice president of operations and a 25-year veteran of Rudolph and Sletten, was hired as senior vice president for the region.

C.W. Driver said Castillo will oversee new projects in the areas of education, health care/biomedical, public sector, military contracting, entertainment, retail, corporate and hospitality.

C.W. Driver was recently named general contractor for a project at the PDI/DreamWorks Animation Northern California facility in Redwood City.

C.W. Driver in Northern California will also provide services through Driver URBAN, which specializes in multi-family housing and other wood-framed construction projects, and Driver SPG (Special Projects Group), which focuses on renovation and tenant improvement projects.

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