Our commitment to quality and service
is built into everything we do.
Set a mile and a half from the highway on a 4,000-acre ranch, Kenzo Estate Winery required extensive site work in order to provide attractive guest access and utilities to its hospitality and production areas. The site work encompassed improvements to the highway turn lane as well as the addition of a stately main entry (walls, sign and gate), a split-lane access road with a native landscape median, a 72-foot stone bridge spanning the creek and new parking areas and crush pads. Masonry in local native Syar stone was used throughout the site, from the main entry to the cave portals to retaining walls. We were also responsible for bringing 3-phase electrical power to the site, as well as all the underground utility improvements.