Fremont is most famous for its Hollywood history. Fremont was the area that movie producers first started shooting movies. in. These days, the city mixes its historical structures with new and modern buildings, some of which are made by the best commercial contractors in Fremont.

When it comes to crafting the interiors and exteriors of any building, these professionals are fully qualified to take on the unique projects that are the embodiment of their clients’ brands. In addition to completing their client’s desired projects, these firms are also aware of their community impact and incorporate a number of sustainable practices in their projects. 

Flory Construction Inc.

2325 Verna Court, San Leandro, CA 94577

Dedicated to crafting buildings that embody a client’s business, Flory Construction also has a reputation for building great relationships. Established in 1965, Flory Construction Inc. has been predominantly working in the commercial and industrial construction sectors. The VSCO Office in Oakland, in particular, is one of its many notable projects. The firm repurposed the 1925 Roos Brother’s Department Store, transforming it into a 50,000-square-foot headquarters for VSCO. Now a modern, light-filled workspace, it was first stripped back into its original shell so that the structural framework could support a modern design.

Build Group, Inc. Company 

1210 Coleman Avenue, Santa Clara, CA 95050

With 80% of its clientele being referral clients, Build Group Company’s trustworthy abilities through years of unwavering and high levels of quality service is quite evident. Established in 2007, the firm has grown to 400 employees strong across California. And it has the title of being one of the fastest-growing companies for three consecutive years. With a team of passionate builders, the firm has put together a portfolio of various project types that include multi-family residentials, high-end retail facilities, restaurants, and hospitality projects, among many others. The firm’s work on the Molex building in Silicon Valley is a prime example of its capabilities. A two-story, 110,000 square foot structure, the project involved removing a portion of the second level floor to create a two-story volume at the entrance lobby and made way for the construction of a cleanroom, conference rooms, office spaces, and the lobby. 

South Bay Construction

1711 Dell Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008

Commitment, honesty, and passion are foundations expected from firms with over 40 years of experience in the industry. South Bay Construction has a deep understanding of the construction issues that arise out of developing the Bay Area. The local firm is well-versed in office, R&D, high and cleantech retail, hospitality, and mixed-use construction. The firm’s most interesting project might be 23ANDME in Mountain View. A tenant improvement project, it involved building out the 1st, 3rd, and 4th floors. While the first floor functioned as a fitness center, the 3rd and 4th floors became office spaces that feature an open floor plan highlighted by floor-to-ceiling glass walls and open ceilings. 

TEAMWRKX Construction, Inc.

1855 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95126

TEAMWRKX Construction, Inc. builds to a higher standard. To maintain its high-quality results, the firm emphasizes internal training and personal development on top of providing high-quality service. Over the years, the firm has completed thousands of projects for various sectors including the automotive, industrial, hospitality, and gaming sector. The new dealership for Honda in Downtown Los Angeles is a good example of the firm’s work. The project focused on making mobility a lot easier by placing the Sales Offices, Business Development Center, Retail Parts, Café, and the Customer Lounge on the ground floor. The second floor, meanwhile, works as a lounge area for customers and as a meeting area for the employees. The third floor is for vehicle inventory, the fourth for the state-of-the-art 34 bay service department, while the 5th floor and the rooftop work as the store vehicle inventory. Projects like this have helped the firm gain recognition from Procurement Magazine and Silicon Valley Business Journal. 

W.L. Butler

1629 Main Street, Redwood City, CA 94063

A firm established in 1975, W.L. Butler has embedded itself in California’s building industry so deeply that it has completed projects for virtually every sector of the economy. From the automotive industry to the healthcare sector and everything in between, W.L. Butler pays high attention to customer service and environmental awareness via green building techniques. Some of those techniques are visibly implemented into business plans, the use of environmentally friendly materials, and supporting its team of LEED accredited professionals. That awareness has brought the firm recognition like the 2020 Top Corporate Philanthropist Award from Silicon Valley Business Journal and San Jose Business Journal. All of these practices are exemplified in the PAMF Women’s Health Center. Set in a pedestrian-friendly section of Palo Alto, this specialty clinic has three stories filled with the basic rooms and equipment required for a woman’s health center. While the first phase of the project included basement modifications and excavations, phase two consisted of the 16,981 square foot core and shell. The third and final phase included all related tenant improvements. This project was also awarded the 2011 Award of Merit for Best Office/Professional Building. 

Hillhouse Construction Company

140 Charcot Avenue, San Jose CA 95131

The drive to grow is one of Hillhouse Construction Company’s mantras. Established with the idea of crafting structures that assist the growth of companies and people, the firm is known for completing hundreds of highly technical architectural, award-winning projects that have gained the firm the respect of fellow professionals. The firm has been featured in publications like San Francisco Business Times, Buildings Magazine, Silicon Valley Business Journal, and The Registry. It’s also won awards like the Silicon Valley Business Journal Structures Award for Best Green Project and the 2017 Excellence Award from Pentarisk Insurance Services. The CCC Medical Clinic in Fremont is one of the many notable projects in its 34-year-old folio. Set on a 14,000 square foot cardiology medical clinic, this ground-up construction project involved new three-story construction over a concrete podium with heavy structural steel and masonry. Its exterior finishes include lath and plaster and the extensive use of ceramic tiles and steel eyebrow awnings give the structure an authoritative symmetry. 


777 N. 1st Street, 5th Floor, San Jose, CA 95112

Swenson is a name synonymous with the building progress of California. A firm that has been in the industry for 100 years, Swenson is one of the industry leaders well known for always having a reliable team that delivers quality designs, developments, and dynamic construction methods. These stable business and construction practices have helped the firm gain access to a plethora of projects in various sectors. That includes the residential, retail, industrial, historical, medical, and hospitality sectors. The Hotel De Anza is an iconic project that carries the Swenson style well. Originally constructed by Carl N. Swenson—one of California’s top builders during the 1930s—the hotel was later restored and renovated by Swenson’s grandson Barry Swenson. This ten-story building now has 101 rooms in the Art Deco Mission and Spanish Colonial styles. Other smaller details were carefully preserved: the restored crown molding, the replaced windows, and the decorative wall and ceiling paint that was brought back to their original condition. Swenson has been featured in a number of publications, including Forbes, The Mercury News, and The Registry

XL Construction Corporation

851 Buckeye Court, Milpitas, CA 95035

An expert in technical building, XL Construction Corporation is famous for understanding complex building systems and contributing to solutions for facility users. The firm is regularly ranked among the best by the Silicon Valley Business Journal and the San Francisco Business Times and was named one of the best places to work. It even has the healthiest employees. For this firm, building for the healthcare industry was a natural niche. Recently its reach expanded to building facilities for the education, science, and technology sectors. The Cove B1 Site Consolidation for AstraZeneca is one of the projects done in this sector. A tenant improvement project of an existing 80,000 square foot new shelled building at Oyster Point, the work involved the installation of new labs and office space as well as a 6,000-gallon liquid nitrogen storage tank. To make sure the client’s budget would be met, the firm and other key partners worked to create a Cost Impacts Log that helped the team track the needs and special features required. This earned the firm praise for being highly attentive and coordinated.