In 2018, Pacific Builders was hired to transform the old kitchen into this beautiful dream kitchen.
An amazing space to cook, live and entertain!
Pacific Builders completed this 2-story, 3-unit office for Helmut Remiorz in 2017. The footprint of the building was designed to provide maximum square footage, required accessibility and parking on the same lot. This finished product designed by architect Julian Berg, is not only a functional office space but visually appealing.
In the mid-nineties Pacific Builders was the General Contractor hired to build the new Marie Calendar's on Broadway in Eureka.
Two decades the later, and the original business closed, we were asked to remodel the building that would becomes Tres Picosos Restaurant. It was stripped down on the inside; and was completely remodeled and the landscape refreshed.
Pacific Builders finished this Arcata rental duplex in 2017.
This is the second project for Eureka Natural Foods owners Rick and Betty Littlefield. The project will consists of a full remodel of the former McKinleyville Ace Hardware and a 2,500 square foot addition to accommodate a new commercial kitchen and public eating area as well as business storage. The completed Natural Foods Grocery Store is similar in design to their Eureka Location, which was also designed by architect Philippe Lapotre.
The Eureka Rescue Mission Board of Directors selected Pacific Builders to assist them with the design, administrative challenges, and application to secure grant funding for a project to build a new common facility for day use, dining, intake, and recreation, and then remodel the men’s facility to provide more beds, better restrooms, etc. (Note: A remodel of the women’s facility is planned as a future project as well).
Pacific Builders was selected as the general contractor for the historic renovation and major seismic upgrade to the Carson Block Building in Old Town, Eureka.
This house needed a facelift. So Pacific Builders took it apart and put it back together again.
It is a beautiful home overlooking the ocean in Trinidad, California.
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.
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