Long Beach is a bayside city with beautiful beaches surrounding busy dining and shopping centers. One of the most desired communities in the country with some of the most high-end neighborhoods, Long Beach is a bustling urban scene with plenty of commercial activity.
To keep up with the busy city, industrial contractors are always in need here. We have listed the best industrial contractors in Long Beach—professionals who are highly praised for completing large and complex structures built sustainably. The contractors in this list are supported by an impressive decades’ worth of experience and are members of industry organizations like the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
5353 E. 2nd St., Long Beach, CA 90803
Since 1969, CRM Construction has been one of the most trusted names in the commercial and industrial construction industry. Over the many years of providing services, the firm has polished its skills in design building, construction management, general contracting, and maintenance and repairs. As expected, CRM Construction has a team of highly skilled and well-guided professionals. This allows for flexibility that results in the completion of remodels and tenant improvements for the office, retail, and medical spaces alongside full-scale industrial plant modifications and construction.
Gray Wolf Industrial
3930B Cherry Ave., Long Beach, CA 90807
Gray Wolf Industrial has more than 40 years of experience building industrial piping and manufacturing. Within those decades, the firm has polished its own style to be precise and detailed to create quality heavy industrial and mechanical industries across the U.S. and in select international locations. Aside from having high-quality projects to flaunt, Gray Wolf Industrial possesses the responsiveness and dexterity of a small firm but still manages to provide the vast resources and expansive capabilities of an internationally known firm. After years of serving clients successfully, it has expanded its reach to other places in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, and around the world.
17434 Bellflower Blvd. Ste. #300, Bellflower, CA 90706
Howard CDM has been focusing on commercial construction and development management since 1972. Over the years, it has completed vibrant community spaces for education, dining, and the arts. With a portfolio of quality projects, the firm has been featured in publications like The New York Times, Curbed LA, and Los Angeles Business Journal among several other publications that highlight quality work like Advanced Air in Hawthorne. Previously an empty 855,351-square-foot lot, it now has two 21,200-square-foot aircraft hangars and an adjacent two-story office building built from the ground up. The hangars have a foundation of concrete slab finished with clear epoxy flooring that complements the beautiful private jets parked behind giant four-paneled cascading doors. The office meanwhile is decorated with exposed steel from the original framework while the conference room’s ceiling features curved wooden panels that replicate aircraft wings. Finally, to maximize natural lighting, the structure has vast floor-to-ceiling windows. With designs like these, Howard CDM has been awarded two of the American Planning Association’s (California and Orange Chapters) Urban Design Merit Awards.
Facility Builders & Erectors Inc.
3940 E. Miraloma Ave., Anaheim, CA 92806
Established in 1993 by Ken Thomson, Facility Builders & Erectors Inc. is a familiar name to the industrial and commercial construction industry. From trash and recycling to aerospace manufacturing, aviation, transportation and distribution, this firm has completed a large number of projects that even involve public works operational facilities and community parks. Among these projects is the construction of the Butler Heavy Structures Building in Culver City. Designed to help stimulate collaboration and creativity, this structure features an open, no-roof area towards the middle of the building where employees can enjoy a great view of Downtown Los Angeles. Over the years, the firm has completed greener and smarter buildings that address the increased focus on the life cycle costs of a building.
Dynamic Builders, Inc.
633 West 5th St. 26th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90071
Established in 1964, Dynamic Builders, Inc. provides the Los Angeles area with high-quality industrial and commercial properties and has been considered the primary source for quality builds. Over time, it has delivered over 700 completed buildings for hundreds of food businesses, office/retail facilities, and industrial sectors. With many successfully completed spaces, Dynamic builders, Inc. can be counted on to remember important building codes and to maintain good relationships. Ramon Bonin was the founder of Dynamic Builders and was single-handedly responsible for the construction of many of the downtown LA districts including the Garment District and many others. Currently, Blaise Bonin is the CEO and in charge of Dynamic Builders since 2011. Blaise has been building all his life and completed his first industrial building by himself at the age of 19. He also has built millions of square feet of industrial, commercial, cold storage, and food processing facilities in the greater L.A. area.
W.E. O’Neil Construction
909 N. Pacific Coast Hwy. #400, El Segundo, CA 90245
Established in 1925, W.E. O’Neil Construction is recognized as an industry leader. After several decades of completing a wide variety of projects that can exceed 1,000,000 square feet in size, the firm has gained awards like Cisco Project of The Year and has worked with many clients from Connecticut to California and everywhere in-between. Among its diverse set of projects is the notable Bloom Energy Staples Center Fuel Cell. This 500,000-watt fuel cell project has the potential to reduce Staples Center’s carbon emissions by 2.2 million pounds of carbon annually: a 39% reduction. W.E. O’Neil Construction has been pumping out complex projects like this for years, taking its name as a standard for quality workmanship. Despite its busy schedule, this firm presents a strategic people planning process that improves its own team through mentoring and sharing technical knowledge.
9814 Norwalk Blvd. Ste. #100, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
In the market of commercial building, MATT Construction has a reputation for building iconic structures all over California. With a collection of detail-critical designs and high quality, project-specific plans, it has gathered a plethora of awards that include the SCDF Design Award, American Institute of Architects (AIA) Los Angeles’ Building Team of The Year Award, and the Contract Interiors Award for Adaptive Reuse. Likewise, its portfolio currently includes the iconic Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, the One Westside Pavilion in Los Angeles, and the fabulous Bel Air residence.
Most notably, the CoreSite SV3 Data Center in Santa Clara is an industrial project that centers on the firm’s ability to handle complexities. The site was once a Type III, concrete tilt-up office building. After the firm’s work, it has become a data center with an innovative and insulated, lightweight concrete roof with mechanical screens and a new metal panel facade. Inside are specialized spaces for four new data centers with raised access flooring and infrastructure support systems. The project was considered an “Environmental Innovator” for its estimated 6 billion kW-hour annual energy usage reduction that is gained through energy-efficient air design.