Recent Projects

Sizzler Remodel

The Sizzler in Yuba City was due for a makeover. Hilbers, Inc. asked us to price out the rough framing for them and we were awarded the job in mid November. This was another fast track project. There was a considerable amount of work to be done both on the exterior and interior of the building.


Tower Market #120

Tower Market #120 was an interior remodel project located in West Sacramento. We bid this project to Hilbers, Inc. in late October of 2011. We were awarded the rough framing in early November with a start date around the same time. This was to be a fast track project and our work was to be completed in two days — we committed to do it in one.



Looks like my last post was in late October, so let’s catch up a bit. We have done work for this project Owner dating back to 2002. The Bunkhouse project is a 2,600 square foot residential building. The concept for the Bunkhouse was started back in early June. After finalizing the design concept with the Owner, we began drawing up plans to obtain a building permit. Russell Gallaway Associates, Inc. provided the structural engineering. We were issued a building permit in mid October.


Savings Bank of Mendocino

We recently completed a contract for the rough frame for the Savings Bank of Mendocino awarded by R.C. Pacific Construction, a General Contracting firm from Roseville, CA. The working relationship between R.C. Pacific Construction and our company turned out to be a good fit. Their site Superintendent, Red Gilliland, ran a clean and well organized job site, which translated into higher work efficiency and a more predictable profit margin for both companies.


Carmichael Custom Remodel

We were awarded the rough framing contract for this custom residential remodel from Geoff Okarma Construction, Inc. out of Sacramento, CA.  Geoff was a great guy to work with.  Geoff takes a lot of pride in his work and the services he provides and is very passionate about his projects.  It makes it fun when everyone on the project is focused on doing a good job! (more…)

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