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Best Real Estate Projects Smart Growth/Green Building

Sacramento Business Journal 2023

Sonrisa studio apartments in Downtown Sacramento, is the first project to break ground under Governor Newsom’s order of Affordable Housing Development. This 26,353 square feet project features 58 micro-units of affordable housing including a ground-floor community space. The 5-story building was the first time using cross laminated timber (CLT) in this region, for horizontal and vertical components of the building. Each unit includes a built-in sofa/wall bed and wardrobe closet, ceiling fans, floor-to-ceiling windows, and individual-controlled HVAC systems.

Best Places To Work Medium Size Category

Sacramento Business Journal 2022

Tricorp Group, Inc. was honored as one of the Best Places to Work. Tricorp strives to make our company a great workplace through competitive salaries, excellent benefits, fun events, mentoring, one-on-one time with company principals, and paid time off for participation in community events.

Best Real Estate Projects Affordable Housing Category

Sacramento Business Journal 2022

1801 West Capitol Ave. in West Sacramento, is permanent supportive housing offered to those exiting homelessness. The project consisted of 85 units, 57,192 square feet. The 3-building complex features a modern look with metal siding and plaster finish on the exterior facades with covered patio, bike storage and onsite parking. Amenities include a meeting room, community room, laundry room and an outside courtyard.

Corporate Citizenship Award

Sacramento Business Journal 2022

Tricorp Group, Inc. was recognized by Sacramento Business Journal for being an organization working to make Sacramento area a better place based on their support for local nonprofits and missions including philanthropy, volunteerism and more. In 2021, Tricorp Group contributed $128, 500 in cash donations to local charitable organizations, donated project hours, and paid volunteer hours to employees.

Best Real Estate Projects Mixed-Use Category

Sacramento Business Journal 2021

1430 Q is a luxury residential and retail mixed-use building with three levels of concrete construction and six floors of wood-framed residential units above. This required a special exception to code, which typically allows only five stories of fire-resistant wood structures. Amenities include high-end finishes and appliances, gymnasium and yoga room, rooftop terrace and courtyard with outdoor seating.

Best Real Estate Projects Student Housing Category

Sacramento Business Journal 2020

Academy 65 is a 6-story, 270-bed, 97,000 square foot premier, off-campus student housing community where innovation and college living intersect. This building encompasses 5 levels of apartments, parking garage and retail on the ground level. Amenities include private and group study spaces, courtyard consisting of a bar and grill area, fire pits and a hot tub, 24-hour fitness center, game room and entertainment lounges.

Best Real Estate Projects Innovation

Sacramento Business Journal 2017

Eviva Midtown is Sacramento’s first modular residential project at 176,521 square feet, 118 apartments. The building has five stories of rental units atop a concrete podium housing ground-level retail space and one level of subterranean parking. Eviva’s 200 modular units were prefabricated off-site in Boise, Idaho. Each modular unit weighed between 30,000 and 60,000 pounds. It took seven weeks for Tricorp to set the modular units in place.

Best Real Estate Projects Mixed-Use Category

Sacramento Business Journal 2016

16 Powerhouse is a 6-story building containing the first mechanical car stackers in Sacramento. The high-end finishes, restaurants and coffee shop are some of the special amenities of this unique building. The building exceeds State Title 24 energy efficiency standards by 56 percent and is LEED Gold certified.

“It really raised the bar on what people have been doing on 16th street,” said Tom Kigar of CADA. “When I walk by there now, it feels like it has been there forever.”

50 Fastest-Growing Companies

2012 Sacramento Business Journal

Tricorp placed in the Top 5 of 2012 Sacramento Business Journal’s 50 Fastest-Growing Companies

Tricorp Took the #1 Spot in the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies at an Astonishing Growth Rate of 4,069%

At An Astonishing Growth Rate of 4,069%

The Sacramento Business Journal contest consists of the fastest-growing companies over a three year span in Sacramento and four surrounding counties.

General Contractor of the Year 2006

American Subconrtactor Association

This award recognizes prime contractors that exemplify the values of subcontractors, treat them fairly on a level playing field, and consider subcontractors part of their core teams.


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Tricorp Cares

Corporate philanthropy and employee volunteer work