Construction company Giant is looking to build a new home in the U.S. The company’s owner, Michael Sorensen, is a longtime construction worker in California.
But after months of negotiations with the city of Fresno, Sorenensen has been awarded $300 million to help him build the house.
Sorengensen said he’s been working on a new house since 2012, when he became a contractor for construction materials company, CSC, a company that specializes in the production of pipe and cement.
Construction company giant giant, construction materials and construction, CCC, will build a 2,600-square-foot home in Fresno on the site of an old construction site.
Sirensen is looking for the best site for the new house, which will be designed by a master builder.
The home will be constructed on the new site of the old CSC site in the area of Highway 1 and Highway 16.
It will include a garage, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and will be open to the public.
Construction is expected to start in 2018.
“This is my dream house,” Sorenesen said.
“The house will be a great example of a community-owned project.”
CSC will be the primary contractor on the project.
Construction of the home, Sirenenss plans said, will take about six months, and the construction will be completed in 2026.
Sironsen said the project will be paid for by the city and will have a total cost of $300,000.
He said he plans to raise the money through a crowdfunding campaign.
He hopes to build his new home on a site where he previously built a home in Lubbock, Texas, and a house in the suburbs of Houston, Texas.
“I’ve never lived anywhere that’s been that beautiful,” he said.
The Fresno City Council approved the funding for the project on May 19, and Sirosens’ company will pay for all of the project’s expenses.
Sacell’s team will pay the construction costs, Siro’s company will provide the contractor’s services, and Giant will pay his $300M investment.
The project has been a long time coming.
Sotheby’s and the California Department of Development have both said they had no prior knowledge of the proposed home, and both agencies said they would have been interested in funding the project if they knew.
The city has also requested $30 million from a state development tax incentive fund, which was created in 2016 to help local governments address housing needs.
“CSC is looking forward to the start of construction, and I look forward to welcoming the city into the Giant family,” Siro said in a statement.
“We are thrilled to be part of this project.”
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