Aside from being the home to the new global headquarters of technology giant Apple Inc., Cupertino is also a host to some of the biggest companies in a variety of sectors, including the commercial industry. Helping provide modern and sustainable structures to its ever-evolving commercial landscape are the best commercial contractors in Cupertino.
These builders are multi-awarded and are consistently featured in the industry’s biggest publications. Over the years, these firms have worked with emerging and established companies in the city to deliver projects that adhere to the building community’s most stringent standards.
W.L. Butler Construction, Inc.
1629 Main Street, Redwood City, CA 94063 W.L. Butler Construction led the building for Target Corporation’s Target Express in Cupertino. The 21,050-square-foot project was a collaborative effort with renowned architect CallisonRTKL Inc. The firm incorporated design and structural improvements to provide a new shopping experience for the densely populated communities of the city. The goal of the project was to build an optimized commercial space for the brand’s “smaller format” store designed for daily grocery trips instead of weekly bulk shopping. Projects of the same thoughtful designs can be found in the firm’s portfolio, which is 45 years in the making. That portfolio includes projects that are recent recipients of major industry accolades, including the 2021 Silver Spur Award, the 2019 Silver Award from the Los Angeles Business Journal, and the 2018 Gold Nugget Award for Best Rehabilitation Project.
Layton Construction Company
154 E Dana Street, Mountain View, CA 94041 Layton Construction Company built the Cupertino landmark, Nineteen800, a commercial structure that provides additional retail and multi-residential spaces to the bustling city. The 652,000-square-foot, six-story center accommodates 204 apartment units, 896 parking units, and a total of 60,000 square feet of retail spaces. The project also included a community courtyard that features brick planters, a barbecue area, a dog park, and a play area. Similar structures can be found in the firm’s extensive project lists for a diverse range of markets. Since its inception in 1953, it has caught the attention of industry publications and institutions: Utah Business Magazine and Engineering News-Record have celebrated many of the firm’s projects.
South Bay Construction
1711 Dell Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008 South Bay Construction was the general contractor of choice for Hyatt Hotel’s Cupertino location. The hotel houses 148 guest rooms, a bar area with a pool table, a fitness center, a grand lobby, and an outdoor pool area. The overall project covers 102,700 square feet. The building features four levels. These levels are built on top of the building’s first floor, which includes a concrete podium and underground parking. Other notable projects for renowned commercial clients and developers can be found in the firm’s impressive portfolio. Some of these projects feature the modern elements of contemporary architecture, others highlight sustainable, energy-efficient designs. Biz Journals has featured some of the firm’s projects in recent years.