Conco is currently working as part of the team constructing the San Francisco 49ers new Levi Stadium but we also have experience on other arena projects. Several years ago, we were awarded the foundation package for the SAP Center in San Jose, CA. The SAP was formerly known as the HP Pavilion and is nicknamed the Shark Tank for its primary tenants, the San Jose Sharks NHL team. The arena first started as the San Jose Arena, then for a short time was the Compaq Center before Compaq was bought by HP.
Owned by the city of San Jose, the SAP Center is designed to be a multi-use indoor arena and as well as being home to the Sharks is host to the annual SAP Open men’s tennis tournament. The architect on the project was Sink Combs Dethlefs and Construction Manager was Huber, Hunt & Nichols. The cost to build the arena was $162.5 million and it has a 19,190 seating capacity.
Throughout the years, the SAP Center has had the honor of hosting big events such as the 1996 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and the 1999 NCAA Women’s Final Four Championship.
As leading commercial concrete contractors, Conco’s vast portfolio of projects has taken us in many directions since our company started in 1959. Our resume is filled with extensive experience on highways and public sector work as well as other construction such as multi-residential, healthcare, educational, industrial, and parking structures.
Conco is a leading supplier of concrete services for the Western United States. As one of the leading commercial concrete contractors in the San Jose area, we have been involved with large-scale projects in the area including the Mineta Airport. Our concrete services include commercial, educational, parking and other construction development as well as public works projects.