Bishop Ranch Announces Two New Hires


SAN RAMON, CA (November 9, 2012) – Bishop Ranch, the largest mixed-use business community in the East Bay, today announced two new additions to its management team. Chris Truebridge and Chris Weeks both join Bishop Ranch as Senior Vice President of Planning and Entitlements and Director of Transportation, respectively.

Chris Truebridge

“Our team is comprised of some of the best leaders, and they are the reason why Bishop Ranch is the preeminent business address in the Bay Area,” said Alex Mehran, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sunset Development, which owns and operates Bishop Ranch. “I consider both Chris Truebridge and Chris Weeks tops in their fields, each bringing a considerable depth of knowledge from his field of expertise.”

Prior to joining Sunset, Chris Truebridge was Northern California Division President of Shapell Homes, a nationally recognized homebuilder. At Sunset, Truebridge will be responsible for all forward planning and entitlements for Bishop Ranch and other Sunset projects. He will also be responsible for governmental relations with the local, state and federal agencies.

Chris Weeks, the new Director of Transportation for Bishop Ranch, was previously transportation coordinator for Google where he helped implement one of the world’s best known and most innovative transportation programs. At Bishop Ranch, Weeks will be responsible for operating its award-winning transportation program and will work to expand it by bringing an array of innovative alternative transportation options to Bishop Ranch tenants.

About Bishop Ranch
Established in 1978 by Sunset Development Company, Bishop Ranch is a 585-acre, mixed-use business community comprising 10 million square feet of office space in 30 buildings that are all LEED certified and Energy Star rated. More than 600 of the world’s leading companies, innovative startups, and medical practitioners make their home in the thriving professional business community of Bishop Ranch. The recipient of many awards, including the Urban Land Institute Award for Excellence, Bishop Ranch is home to many Global 2000 companies, including Chevron, General Electric, Toyota and Bank of the West. Learn more at

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