Headwaters Building Group is celebrating 20 years of quality service and expert workmanship as California’s premier commercial builder, with projects throughout the state and the capacity for projects in Arizona, Oregon and Washington as well. Clients can expect best-quality results and the quickest turnaround times at reasonable prices.
Based in Sacramento, Headwaters provides tilt-up construction, steel building construction, commercial building renovation and general contracting services on both public and private jobs. Their projects span retail, restaurants, warehouses, medical facilities, government offices and much more. Currently under construction, the 120,000-square-foot, three-story U-Haul storage unit facility in Roseville is just one example of the Headwaters expertise at work.
“When we launched this company, we specialized in industrial warehouses for one developer, but soon realized that they couldn’t supply us with enough work,” says Norm Marshall, managing partner. “We moved on to partner with many other developers, and though industrial warehouses are still a large part of what we do, a wide array of our projects can be found throughout the region.”
As one of the area’s most nimble and active commercial general contractors, Headwaters self-performs much of their work, including concrete and framing. The company also partners with the best subcontractors for electrical, HVAC, mechanical, insulation, flooring, roofing and other specialty contracting.
“Our construction team members have more than 100 years of combined experience in commercial construction, and many of them have been with us throughout most of our two decades in business.” — Norm Marshall, Managing Partner
The Headwaters team is dependable, trustworthy and knows what it takes to be successful. “Our construction team members have more than 100 years of combined experience in commercial construction, and many of them have been with us throughout most of our two decades in business,” says Marshall.
Marshall notes that a company goal is to double in size over the next couple of years. “Despite talk of economic downturn, we’ve remained very busy and in fact are in an expansion mode,” he says. “We stay alert to conditions in the industry, but things are going well even in tighter times and we see a bright future of growth.