GCC was a presenting sponsor of the 28th Annual Dino J. Ghilotti Memorial Golf Tournament this past Monday. We want to thank all of our sponsors, underwriters, donors, advertisers, volunteers and players for their continued support.
Since its inception, the Dino J. Ghilotti Golf Tournament has provided over $1,188,000 in grants to programs for the youth of Marin County. The Foundation supports athletic and academic activities in primary and secondary schools, because Dino believed children should never be restricted scholastically or athletically due to a lack of proper equipment or facilities. Dino personally sponsored many individual children and programs, and his vision and dedication inspired his family and friends to carry on his legacy by creating the Foundation.
Your participation in the tournament as a sponsor, golfer or dinner attendee is directly responsible for the Foundation’s ability to provide its ongoing support to these and other organizations.
Engineering News-Record ranked Ghilotti Construction #379 out of the Top 400 Contractors in the Nation! This is GCC's 7th year in a row making the list. The owners, managers and employees are extremely proud and honored to receive this accolade. GCC thanks all of our dedicated employees, subcontractors and vendors who have helped us accomplish this outstanding achievement.
Ticket sales are live for The dg Foundation's Orange and Blue Costume Ball on August 19th, 2022 at Castello di Amorosa in Napa Valley, in honor of Dino and Nancy Ghilotti! All proceeds benefit students and art and athletic facilities in the Bay Area through scholarships and facility enhancements. Live performances from Wonderbread 5 and DJ Ryan Lucero, great food and fine wines at a world famous castle built in the Italian style of the Siena countryside. Make sure to invite your friends and family and please share the link! This is an event you won’t want to miss… www.eventbrite.com/e/orange-and-blue-costume-ball-21-and-over-tickets-324401382267... See MoreSee Less
Ghilotti Construction is performing the final paving on the Southgate Project in Yerba Buena Island for SFCTA. When completed by the end of this Summer, this project will provide a much needed new off-ramp to Yerba Buena Island from East Bound I-80. This project included 11 retaining walls, 2 bridges, 2,500 ft of barriers, 2,400 ft of storm drain systems, 700 ft of water line, 1,000 CY of concrete base and 3,000 TNs of asphalt.