Some of the most exciting architecture being designed and built in the Capital Region today is multifamily residential. Attractive, amenity-rich condominiums, apartments and duplexes are popping up everywhere, proving that single-family luxury homes aren’t the only drool-worthy dwellings on the real estate market.
Since 1944, the family-owned company George Reed, Inc. has been improving communities by providing top-notch asphalt, aggregate and construction services.
Established in 1986, Alston Construction has grown to 23 offices, providing design-build construction services in major markets nationwide. This general contractor’s primary goal is to deliver quality, cost-efficient projects that result in positive experiences for clients.
The Auburn Dam could well be the most talked about water storage and flood control facility in the country that simply doesn’t exist — no matter how much it’s been argued about, advocated for and against, legislatively proposed and architecturally rendered.
Sacramento exists in the gap of incorporating
public and private investment in underserved communities.
Founded in 2015, Pacific Ridge Builders, Inc. (PRB) has established roots in the Greater Sacramento area, emerging as a standout in the local CRE industry.
“When you talk about business, ours has allowed us to bring our culture back,” Tayaba notes. “Building our dance arbor, having our ceremonies — obtaining eagle feathers, abalone, clam shells, pine nuts, items that aren’t easily foraged today — it all costs money. Now we hold workshops, classes, dance practices. We’re trying to rebirth weavers, because our grandmothers were weavers.”
Founded in 1987, Bullard Construction, Inc. focuses on multifamily affordable housing, federal, state and municipal contracting, and private sector tenant improvements. Headquartered in Citrus Heights, this general contracting firm works with clients throughout California and several other states.
The ultimate California lifestyle awaits you at Serrano, one of the region’s most iconic master-planned communities known for its spacious lots, grand vistas and harmony with its natural surroundings.
U.S. Cold Storage (USCS) is achieving remarkable growth at its Sacramento facility in McClellan Park, where the company recently successfully completed the second phase of its expansion plans.