When you think of Beverly Hills, the palm-lined Rodeo Drive, celebrities, and their opulent homes come to mind. But Beverly Hills isn’t just home to residential and shopping districts. The famed city is also a commercial hotspot, where businesses and brands thrive thanks to the area’s booming economy.

If you are looking to build or remodel your business location, look no further than this list of the best commercial contractors in Beverly Hills, California. These builders were chosen by our editorial team for their strong backgrounds, experience in the local scene, and unique specializations in various commercial markets. 


MATT Construction

261 S Figueroa Street, Ste 120, Los Angeles, CA 90012

For MATT Construction, having notable clients like Google, YouTube, and the LA Philharmonic Association is all part of a hard day’s work. The family- and employee-owned firm has built some of the most memorable buildings in the western states, and has received numerous awards, including the “Building Team of the Year” award from the American Institute of Architects  (AIA) Los Angeles Chapter for two consecutive years “for excellence in design collaboration.” In 2010, the company also received the AIA Los Angeles Presidential Award for its “contributions and commitment which have enriched the practice of architecture and the built environment… through partnership and collaboration with the architects of Los Angeles.” 

Aside from its projects for Google and YouTube, another great example of the firm’s work is the Frederic Fekkai Beaute in Beverly Hills. The firm’s work on the world-class beauty salon owned by Chanel, Inc. entailed design-build plumbing and HVAC systems, construction of a commercial kitchen, and fine finishes of imported stone, Venetian plaster, and cherry flooring. Work progressed around the clock in an occupied building, and the firm, in collaboration with Brand & Allen Architects, worked diligently to minimize any disturbances to the daily activities of the co-tenants Giorgio Armani and Polo Ralph Lauren, which were conducting business on floors directly below construction.


Shangri-La Construction

660 S Figueroa Street, Ste 1888, Los Angeles, CA 90017

Shangri-La Construction is a commercial general contractor with a commitment to superior client service and the highest quality workmanship. Since 2008 the firm has completed over 250 projects, which puts its practice at the forefront of the construction industry. The firm is a practitioner of green building practices and is updated on the latest building and construction technologies.

One example of the firm’s work is a tenant improvement on a 9,000-square-foot lifestyle store. The firm completed renovation of the lower level of Saks Fifth Avenue’s stand-alone lifestyle store – The Fifth Man. The underground denim bar, named D-Bar, is “a new man cave” with denim offerings, including styles by AG, Hudson, J Brand, Joe’s, and Rag & Bone, as well as an exclusive product. Some of the details of the renovation include new leather-clad structural stairs, pale exterior asphalt used in an interior setting, custom millwork, high-end fixtures, gabion wall display cases, artistic wall wraps by street art by Karl Clay, a neon light installation, and updated restrooms.


DEB Construction, LLC

2230 E. Winston Road, Anaheim, CA 92806

Founded in 1975, DEB Construction is a commercial general contractor specializing in building financial institutions, healthcare facilities, corporate offices, and critical facilities. By adhering to its core values of collaboration, compassion, consistency, and excellence, the firm has experienced steady growth, which has enabled it to take on some notable clients including East West Bank, NBC Universal Studios, and Large American Bank. 

One example of the firm’s work on a financial institution is the East West Bank in Beverly Hills. Located at the very high-profile corner of Wilshire and Cannon Drive, the 10,000-square-foot-structure was involved in a high-end, interior buildout. Specialty contractor DEB was selected to construct the entire bank, including new teller lines, cabinets, expansive ceilings, curtain glass walls, carpet, paint, doors, and other architectural details. The project was completed in less than 20 weeks, despite additional design change requests from the client. 


DPT Construction

19201 Parthenia Street, Unit #B, Northridge, CA 91324

DPT Construction is an extensively experienced general contractor for hotel renovation, commercial retail, tenant improvement, institutional, restaurant, and residential projects. Led by David Daoud, the firm designs, manages, and administers the construction process from inception to completion, collaborating with both owners and general contractors to turn their collective visions into reality.

Some of the firm’s notable clients include Bed Bath & Beyond and LuluLemon. Another great example of the firm’s work is the Beverly Hills Plaza Hotel. Business and leisure mix in this Westwood hotel close to central locations such as  Westwood Village, Century City, Hollywood, and Santa Monica Beach. The hotel’s suites feature a gorgeous garden, a pool, and stunning city views, all complemented by the elegant European décor which is particularly evident in the lobby of the hotel. 


DGR Construction Co., Inc.

1999 Avenue Of The Stars, #1100 Los Angeles County, CA 90067

DGR Construction Co., Inc. is a prolific commercial construction contractor that specializes in tenant improvement, retail, and creative spaces. Aside from these markets, the firm also has a focus on medical offices, cannabis retail construction, and industrial and studio construction. In the past 20 years alone, the firm has completed over 510 construction jobs in the Los Angeles County area and continues to build here to this day. 

One example of the firm’s work on a tenant improvement project is the Mezzanine Office in Beverly Hills. The scope of the project, which was completed in 2019, included a full floor tenant improvement. The result was a much wider and brighter office space, with large cubicles and conference rooms to accommodate the pressing business needs of the office. 

Author

  • Jake Gustafson

    Jake has served as Senior Editor at General Contractors and brings a wealth of experience rooted in his passion for building. Holding a degree in Construction Engineering Management from Oregon State University, he actively engaged in industry-related activities, including membership in the Associated General Contractors of America student chapter and participation in the Associated Schools in Construction student competition. Previously, Jake served as a project engineer for a prominent general contractor in Portland, where he played a pivotal role in various aspects of construction projects, from pre-construction to subcontractor management. His expertise extends to working on innovative projects, such as North America's largest CLT commercial building. Expertise: Commercial Construction, Commercial Remodeling, Home Design and Build Key Highlights: Editor at General Contractors, Project Engineer for Portland-based general contractor, Field Engineer for the largest CLT commercial building in North America Education: Oregon State University, Degree in Construction Engineering Management