StoneCreek Partners (SCP) has been operating in its current form since 1999, and through predecessor companies since 1987.
Over the years, SCP private-sector clients have included Sumitomo Corp., The Rouse Co., China Fortune Land Development, GE Capital, Simon Property Group, Hillwood Development, JMB Realty, Hyatt Hotels, Ayla Oasis Development, TrammellCrow, The Allen Group, Paramount Group, General Growth Properties, Al-Shehail Holdings, Becovic Management, Kajima Urban Development, The Irvine Company, Sundsvall TMT, Urban Land of Nevada, Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) Development, Howard Hughes Corp., Sun Hung Kai Properties, and Sojitz Corp. of America.
SCP public-sector clients have included Sama Dubai, Taos Pueblo, San Diego Unified School District, the City of Los Angeles, Pueblo of Tesuque, the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, Kamehameha Schools, the Northern Cheyenne tribe, Pueblo of Laguna Development Corp., the ports of Long Beach, Los Angeles, and San Diego, and the California community redevelopment agencies of Los Angeles, Pleasant Hill, Oceanside, Fontana, and Simi Valley, among others.
SCP’s affiliate, the Adventure Entertainment Cos., LLC, has a separate client list but does include some subcontracting to SCP in support of the above-listed clients.
StoneCreek Partners is a multi-cultural organization, which we believe is part of being multi-disciplinary, with a honed sensitivity for the impact of local customs, social interactions, and business practices on specific local destination places.
StoneCreek Partners is the successor company to StoneCreek Advisors (formed with Clayton Corwin) and PBR Development Consultants a unit of Phillips Brandt Reddick (formed with William Masterson).
J.H. Bredberg is chairman emeritus for StoneCreek Partners and Adventure Entertainment Cos. The company’s heritage dates back to Bredberg Engineering, led by J.H. back in the 1970’s-80’s. A licensed professional engineer by training, he pioneered the application of “smart technologies” to industrial machinery controls worldwide. Over the course of a four-decade career he acted as chief engineer, helmed strategic planning units, and consulted with such legendary industrial conglomerates as Texas Instruments, Harnischfeger Corporation, the Allen-Bradley Cos. (one of Tiny’s Raiders), and Allis-Chalmers. He was an early specialist in agile/scrum project management methods.