Tom Quaglia brings 35 years of experience to his role as partner and project manager. In his present role, Tom pursues new land opportunities in the greater Silicon Valley where he has established many long-term relationships with landowners, municipalities and community groups. In addition to pursuing new developments, Tom takes the lead on taking new developments through the public process.
Prior to joining SDG, Tom served at the City of Pleasanton Planning Department. During his tenure there he was responsible for designing and implementing the development plan for the Hacienda Business Park, a commercial development with 11,000,000 square feet of office and retail. As a private developer Tom has designed, processed and been involved with the construction of over 30 new residential communities in and around the greater Bay Area.
Tom holds a BS in Environmental Planning and Management from UC Davis.
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