Kana Pipeline Awarded Residential Contract in IE, Harvest Homes to Open Summer 2012

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Kana Pipeline was awarded a $1.1M pipeline contract from Beazer Homes, to build a 161 cluster-style home community in Rancho Cucamonga, called Harvest. Models are scheduled to open this summer.

New Homes Coming to Inland Empire this Summer

Things are looking up.

Kana Pipeline received its second underground pipeline contract with now key client, Beazer Homes, for the Harvest Tract. This $1.1M project for Kana is located in Inland Empire’s Rancho Cucamonga, CA, and includes offsite and onsite water, sewer and storm drainage systems construction work. This new 161- unit residential development is located at the southwest corner of 6th and Archibald, minutes away from Victoria Gardens Mall and the I-10 freeway with precious views of Mt. Baldy.

The Harvest tract model homes are expected to be up in the next couple of months and Beazer Homes couldn’t be more eager to share their unique family-friendly community with us. The Harvest Tract has been designed such that multi-family units will be surrounded by single-family homes – calling this a “cluster home” residential type of community. This type of community is said to have done well for other homebuilders in nearby areas such as Upland that have also featured the cluster home concept. The cluster homes are on a smaller lot, where front doors open into a common green belt area, and where an alley may be shared with multiple other homes.

Pipeline construction work began end of April, with sewer, water pipeline and storm drainage systems totaling nearly 20,000 linear feet of pipe. This is not to mention the underground large yellow half-domed ribbed storm water chambers that were installed measuring 5’ in diameter x 4’ tall that will be used to retain storm drainage on site before exiting to public channels.

This new residential project will feature three separate product series, totaling 9 floor plans, comprised of condos and 1-2 story single-family homes. These homes will feature spacious floor plans, extra storage spaces and private backyards with one-of-a kind amenities including community gardens, all in a gated community. There will no mello roos, not to mention the advertised ENERGY STAR ® cost savings to the future home buyers.

Harvest is similar to another tract of homes in Pomona, called Arbours, where Kana Pipeline first contracted with Beazer in November 2011 for a half million dollars in wet utility pipeline, totaling nearly 10,000 LF of pipeline installation. The Arbours tract is similar in size and lot count to the Harvest tract, with 119 lots, and also mimics this increasingly popular cluster home model that Beazer and a few other homebuilders are building.

“We’re looking forward to doing more work with Beazer and enjoy the good business relationship,” said Don Cooper, Kana’s estimator on both of these projects. Currently, Kana is working with Beazer on bidding pipeline work for a few other projects coming up in the San Bernardino and Orange Counties. “Things are looking up” added Don, who has seen an influx of new residential projects bidding throughout Southern California from various homebuilders.

About Kana Pipeline:
Established in 1984, Kana Pipeline is a leading sewer pipeline contractor. Kana specializes in new residential construction, installing wet utility pipeline for dozens of homebuilders throughout Southern California. It also specializes in subsurface utility engineering (SUE) for architectural and civil engineering firms.

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