The Legacy Paver Group was selected to install pavers as part of the modernization of several Bay Area Shopping Centers including Bay Plaza in Emeryville, Napa Town Center, Red Hill Shopping Center and the Town Center of Corte Madera.
As part of a comprehensive reconstruction project and facelift at the Town Center of Corte Madera, The Legacy Paver Group was selected to remove all old and dated pavers throughout the shopping areas and install new pavers in multiple designs, paver styles and colors.
“This was a dream come true for a designer like myself,” says Hayley “It’s something I could really sink my teeth into. It was a challenging project involving multiple sub-contractors working around and on top of each other. And of course we were working around shops and restaurants whose owners and managers were looking forward to the end results, but were not particularly happy to have us on their doorstep.”
The design provided by Landesign Landscape Architects was well thought out, modern and intricate, which required experience and attention to detail. Each section provided its own challenges, from multiple color accents and patterns and inlays to specific grid layouts and color transitions. In addition to the patterns and colors, Legacy was responsible for grading corrections and modernizing the drainage inlets.
In addition to day shifts, the Legacy crew worked multiple night shifts in order to minimize impact on the tenants during this extensive construction project.
The scope of the reconstruction project included new outdoor spaces, water features and sculptures, dog drinking stations, and new landscaping and building facades.
The Port of Oakland has had thousands upon thousands of pavers installed over the years. The pavers are over 4 inches thick and can withstand the weight of trucks, containers and cranes. The Legacy Paver Group has been contracted to repair and maintain the pavers to ensure the busy Port can keep moving.
The Bay Model in Sausalito is one of the Bay Area’s Feature attractions, especially for school children. The decking around the space was dated and in need of repair. The owners, The Army Corps of Engineers, decided to replace the entire deck with pavers. Hayley worked closely with the General Contractor and ACOE to choose a local paver manufacturer, McNear Brick and Block in San Rafael, and a design that would complement the space. We demolished and removed all the old decking and installed an entire drainage system before installing the base and pavers.
In addition to the field pavers, Hayley recreated the ACOE logo in pavers and had them installed at various points throughout the space.
This project on the University of San Francisco campus is one of our most expansive to date, consisting of roughly 100,000 square feet of pavers. In the end, we won a national award from Hardscape North America for our work. This photo displays a section of the amazing natural granite pavers.
A circle feature at the end of a long stretch of pavers creates a warm and inviting area to enjoy the spectacular view for guest at a local winery.
These meandering pathways lead to guest cottages, quiet patios and meeting rooms throughout a popular resort and conference center in Sonoma. The cobble-style pavers complement the property’s old-world charm.
This custom inlay creates a unique focal point at the University of San Francisco campus, featuring a compass rose in the University colors of green and gold. The center piece is a custom-cut marble slab that was gifted to the university.