Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel

Anaheim, California

2.5 acres
Year Built: 2000

Project Description

The Walt Disney Company

Jeff Hall, then as General Superintendent for Turner Construction, coordinated fifty subcontractors, multiple designers and owner representatives, and his own team to complete the largest hospitality development on the West Coast. He worked alongside Michael Eisner, Disney CEO, to provide a landmark project that has become a destination resort in Anaheim, California. The hotel includes 948 rooms and 44 suites, a spa, a conference center, a ballroom, three restaurants, three pools and a water slide. The hotel is well known for its craftsman style and features the work of California artisans.

Tasks: Jeff Hall, then as General Superintendent for Turner Construction, coordinated fifty subcontractors, multiple designers and owner representatives, and his own team to complete the largest hospitality development on the West Coast. He worked alongside Michael Eisner, Disney CEO, to provide a landmark project that has become a destination resort in Anaheim, California. The hotel includes 948 rooms and 44 suites, a spa, a conference center, a ballroom, three restaurants, three pools and a water slide. The hotel is well known for its craftsman style and features the work of California artisans.