TSA Construction Has Been Awarded The Salvation Army Rady Residence Project
San Diego, CA… TSA Construction, Inc. has been awarded the new construction of The Salvation Army’s Door of Hope – Rady Campus. The project will consist of the demolition of four existing 1-story buildings and construction of a new 37,900-square-foot, 4-story building that will provide 32 residential units (1, 2, and 3 bedrooms) with a 1-story Housing Services wing. The Housing Services Wing will include an activity room, playroom, offices, and a laundry room. TSA is scheduled to break ground in early May 2019.
The Door of Hope Campus is home to programs serving homeless families of San Diego. The Housing Services wing will help support residents of The Door of Hope Campus. Amid a homelessness crisis, San Diego County has the fourth largest homeless population nationwide, according to The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army is represented by Bernard Porter Jr. as the Rady project manager. M.W. Steele Group is the architect of record with Mark Steele as principle-in-charge, Michael Paluso as project manager, and Trupti Amin as designer. TSA’s representatives include Andrew Doyle as senior project manager, Todd Oakley as assistant project manager, and Chris Cherry as superintendent.