LogistiCenter at Highway 92

Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc. provided geotechnical engineering support and consultation from the early development stages through the end of construction for Dermody Properties’ LogistiCenter at Highway 92. The approximately 21-acre site was redeveloped with an industrial facility, consisting of two buildings totaling approximately 353,600 square feet with at-grade drive aisles and auto and trailer parking. […]

Peninsula Crossing

Cornerstone Earth Group Inc. is providing geotechnical and environmental services in support of DivcoWest for Peninsula Crossing, a multi-structure development in Burlingame, CA. The bayfront development is designed to feature three 11-story office buildings, two 10-level parking structures, a pedestrian bridge, and over a quarter mile of new Bay Trail. The combined office/lab buildings would […]


Cornerstone Earth Group Inc. provided geotechnical engineering services, including design recommendations and observation and testing during construction, in support of Lane Partners for Southline, a multi-structure development in South San Francisco, CA. Southline is the master plan for a 28.5-acre Transit Oriented Development across from the San Bruno BART Station with 2.8 million square feet […]

Marriott TownePlace Suites

Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc. provided environmental support services to Urban Catalyst at this downtown San Jose property that is being redeveloped as a Marriott TownePlace Suites. The eight-story building will be 185,000 square feet and offer 175 suites. Amenities will include a kitchen in each suite, on-site parking and a rooftop lounge and bar. The […]

Tamien Station Development

Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc. is providing geotechnical and environmental consultation services for the Tamien Station Transit Oriented Development located in San Jose, CA. The proposed transit village, near a key rail stop, has been approved to receive millions of dollars in funding from the State of California. The development will be built near intermodal passenger […]

Service Now Headquarters

Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc. was retained by The Sobrato Organization to provide design-level geotechnical investigations for the ServiceNow Headquarters campus expansion. The project, totaling 268,000 square feet, was one of the most significant new developments completed in the South Bay in 2021. Services were performed in several phases prior to and during construction. Cornerstone provided […]

SCU Sobrato Campus

Sobrato Campus

Santa Clara University retained Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc. to provide geotechnical, environmental, and construction services for the Sobrato Campus of Discovery and Innovation. The main structure was built on the existing engineering quad, and required demolition of the four engineering buildings bordering the quad. Cornerstone’s contributions to the project included geotechnical and environmental consulting, environmental and construction services observation, […]

Alexandria Center for Life Science

Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc. provided geotechnical engineering, consultation, and construction observation and testing services for the Alexandria Center for Life Science located in San Carlos, CA. The development is one of the honorees in the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 2021 Bay Area Structures real estate awards. The Alexandria Center is a 552,000-square-foot flagship campus for […]

Bank of Italy

Westbank Corp., one of North America’s leading mixed-use real estate development companies, retained Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc. to assist in evaluating the quality of soil slated for excavation from the building’s existing basement. Built in 1925, the 14-story Bank of Italy Building is an historic downtown San Jose landmark, and one of the oldest towers […]

BART Mandela Station

Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc. provided environmental consulting services for the West Oakland BART Mandela Station development, including soil, groundwater, and soil vapor sampling. Based on the results, Cornerstone prepared a Removal Action Workplan (RAW) that described the general methods to prepare the site for residential use. The mixed-use development is expected to create hundreds of […]