Craig Allison

General Partner
At Plant Since

M.A., Architecture,
University of California, Berkeley

B.A., Architecture,
University of California, Berkeley

Craig has more than 35 years of experience leading construction and construction management teams on complex projects in the Bay Area and in many other parts of the country. Notable projects completed under his leadership include San Francisco landmarks such as the Ferry Building, the Flood Building, and the Contemporary Jewish Museum. He also managed the renovation of the Reliance Building in Chicago, and led construction of the Market Common urban lifestyle centers in Arlington, Virginia and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Craig was named Vice President of Plant Construction in 1985 and has been a Principal of the Company since 1990. He has served, with David Plant, as General Partner of Plant Construction Company, L.P. since its founding in 1998. In addition to his construction industry involvement, Craig has served on Urban Land Institute and International Conference of Shopping Centers (ICSC) panels, was a former director of San Francisco Architectural Heritage, is a member of the Lambda Alpha honorary real estate society, and is on the board of Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco.