Pacific Builders is currently in the process of building a 4-Plex for residential housing in Eureka, CA. This is a two-story complex with 2 rental units on each floor.
January 2019, the project is getting along nicely towards it's February finish!
Pacific Builders is back to work at the 110 year old Eureka Rescue Mission building. In January of 2017, we completed an addition to this facility which we call Phase 1; now we begin Phase 2 of this process.
For Phase 2, we are gutting and rehabilitating the men's facility which include's new restrooms/showers, plumbing, heating, electrical, fire sprinklers, a laundry facility and much more.
The bottom floor will be will be a dormitory and the upstairs will have the new bathroom and showering facilities.
Pacific Builders is currently working on a major remodel of a existing building that will be a new location for Redwood Capital Bank.
Pacific Builders began work this year on the Willow Terrace Apartments project in Ukiah, CA. Developed by Rural Communities Housing Development Corporation (RCHDC); this 38-unit apartment complex including an administrative building, maintenance building and manager's quarters was designed to house the city's mentally ill adults who are homeless or are at risk of being homeless.
Pacific Builders was selected by Florian and Amy Rebstock to build their high-quality, small-home sub-division rentals.
Some houses are ready for interior work while others are in the foundation stage. This will be an on-going project and we will keep you posted with new photos and information as it occurs.
November 2018: Two more months at the Rebstock Subdivision and the rental homes are really coming together.
When Steven McDonald and Clara Sander decided to create an upstairs addition to their home, Pacific Builders was chosen as the General Contractor.
We are now at the interior stage of the build.
It’s a work in progress and we can’t wait for the McDonald-Sanders to enjoy their extra living space.
Pacific Builders recognizes that the company's role in the construction process is greater than to simply build projects. To be successful, we must also work to strengthen our community and build long-lasting working relationships.
= Tony Lucchesi =