Over the years, Dublin has experienced a number of transformations, especially in its local commercial landscape. Remodels, expansions, and the new construction of business and shopping centers have driven its economy. Many other industries enjoy the same growth, providing a bright future for East Bay suburban communities. 

Making all of this possible are the best commercial contractors in Dublin. The firms featured below are award-winning, they have been featured in various industry publications, and they are affiliated with the industry’s largest institutions. These builders have helped the city evolve and keep up with California’s dynamic markets.

W. L. Butler Construction

5666 La Ribera Street, Suite A, Livermore, CA 94550

W. L. Butler Construction partnered with architectural firm PROTOinc to deliver Carlsen Porche’s Redwood City two-story dealership facility. Part of the project’s scope was the partial demolition of the original building’s façade and storefront. The transformation produced a modern showroom, a service shop, a parts storage facility, and a delivery area. A new auto sales office and a vehicle drop-off area were also included. Aside from construction work, the firm also took charge of the site work, signs, and accessibility upgrades.

Projects of the same comprehensive nature can be found in the firm’s award-winning portfolio. This body of work is composed of projects highlighted by San Francisco Business Times, The Los Angeles Business Journal, and other renowned publications. The firm’s 46 years of practice has produced projects commended for their sustainability and contribution to shaping the region’s diverse industries.

Overaa Construction

2380 Qume Drive, Suite A, San Jose, CA 95131

Overaa Construction not only delivers modern construction projects; it incorporates sustainability and green design solutions into every build. One project that embodies these qualities is The Wave, Emerald Glen Aquatic Center project in Dublin. The US Green Building Council recognized this work, granting it LEED-Gold Accreditation for its energy efficiency. The swimming facility and entertainment center cover 31,000 square feet and include an indoor swimming pool, a competitive swimming and water polo pool, and a 2,000-seater amphitheater. 

With numerous projects that adhere to the same standards of sustainability, the century-old firm has consistently earned the industry’s praise. Engineering News-Record annually ranks the firm among its top environmental firms, top contractors, and top cogeneration firms.

Hensel Phelps

4750 Willow Road, Suite #100, Pleasanton, CA 94588

Through a design-build delivery method, Hensel Phelps completed Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) Science and User Support Building. This landmark building was designed for the scientific community as a response to the growing need for a high-performance building that provides state-of-the-art facilities and collaboration space. The 62,125-square-foot building also doubles as a welcome center and houses a museum displayed across the building’s lobby. Included in the building are a large cafeteria, patio areas, conference rooms, a training room, a green roof, and an auditorium that can host 350 visitors.

Since its establishment eight decades ago, the company has been one of the biggest contractors in the region. It’s also a highly recognized contractor, especially by the industry’s institutions, such as the National Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). These organizations regularly recognize the firm with annual construction safety and national diversity excellence awards.

Truebeck Construction

5976 W Las Positas Boulevard, Suite #102, Pleasanton, CA 94588

Truebeck Construction was the general contractor for chosen Hub Spot’s Dublin Corporate Center location. The 13,400-square-foot construction project was a joint effort between the firm and Studio G Architects. The work included the transformation of 13,400 square feet of a tenant suite space into a modern, open layout interior. The work delivered spaces for a new gym, showers, a restroom, and a brand new tenant suite space. The project’s modern inspiration provided a lively atmosphere that features popping color schemes against a muted, neutral canvas.

Projects of the same exceptional transformations can be seen in the firm’s extensive portfolio. Since its founding in 2007, its portfolio has been featured by a number of publications including the San Francisco Business Journal, The Registry, and the San Francisco Business Times.

TEAMWRKX Construction

1855 Park Ave, San Jose, CA 95126

One of TEAMWRKX Construction’s most recent projects was the 20,000-square-foot Seagate Technology project. Built for Seagate Technology— and as a collaboration with design company TDS Architects—the project involved tenant improvements services as well as cleanroom installation projects. Aside from the decommissioning of the 24,000 cleanroom tools and transferring them into the newly renovated spaces, the firm also modernized the interiors to adhere to the evolving needs of its tenants. 

As a member of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America, the firm is one of the choice general contractors for a wide range of clients, especially for critical, confidential, and highly technical projects. The company was established in 2004 as a general contractor and as a builder that forwards the industry’s advocacy on sustainability through its US Green Building Council membership.

Lusardi Construction Company

6376 Clark Avenue, Dublin, CA 94568

Lusardi led the construction of Penske Automotive Group’s BMW location in San Mateo. Through a collaboration with leading design firm Wagner Architectural Group, the firm completed the 20,188-square-foot commercial building. The work involved the partial demolition of an old dealership structure followed by the remodeling of two other buildings. The firm also took on the complete site renovation work to produce a modern, state-of-the-art facility that specializes in sales and details services.

Known for its on-time, within-budget delivery, the firm is a recommended general contractor among the region’s commercial sector. Since its inception in 1958, it has completed thousands of construction works and covered millions of square feet. Bighorn Golf Club Magazine and local station KGTV have highlighted the firm’s contribution and milestones in recent years. The Engineering News-Record also consistently ranks the company every year as one of its top contractors and at the top of its green building categories.

Huff Construction Company

4917 Stoddard Road, Modesto, CA 95356

Huff Construction Company was commissioned by Lucky California to build the national supermarket chain’s Dublin location. The ground-up construction included 51,365-square-feet of concrete tilt and shell building work. The scope also covered tenant improvement for the client’s grocery section. For this particular location, the brand also provided spaces for a coffee bar, a Golden Gate market for the Bay Area’s local produce, and a grab-and-go meal section. 

As one of the most established construction companies in the region—it was founded over 50 years ago—the firm has worked with some of the biggest commercial clients in the country. Starbucks, Save Mart, City Storage, and Heritage Ford are some of its notable clients. Its projects for other markets have earned industry recognition, including the American Institute of Architects’s (AIA) Design Excellence Award as well as NAHB’s Gold Awards and Gold Nugget Awards. 


  • 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