While Nibbi Brothers General Contractors has been self-performing concrete for years, in 2005 the company established Nibbi Concrete as a separate entity. Nibbi Concrete has earned its reputation by focusing on the right process to deliver technically complex projects such as:
The first LEED Platinum office building in Mountain View, Calif., which features a green roof with mature trees. Nibbi conducted constructability reviews and quality control to ensure the concrete roof deck would be watertight.
The 13-story, 620,000-square-foot structural steel Kaiser Replacement Hospital project, which required the injection of liquid nitrogen, thermal blankets, and around-the-clock temperature monitoring to mitigate cracking of the large foundation during the curing process.
Avalon at Mission Bay, Phase III, a residential project featuring 18 stories of suspended slab with a column-hung, flying-form system, completed ahead of schedule, within budget, and with zero lost-time safety incidents.
A single-level podium for the Frank Gehry-designed Facebook West Campus for which Nibbi Concrete will pour 25,000 cubic yards covering 475,000 square feet of elevated deck concrete.