With its sunny southern Californian paradise feel, spectacular Pacific Ocean beaches, terrific year-round weather, and exciting nightlife and food, Huntington Beach, California is an outstanding location to call home. The city is known for its huge waves, traditional beach culture, and active outdoor lifestyle, giving it the moniker “Surf City USA.” Residents and tourists will never be bored, with everything from surfing lessons and live music venues to dozens of restaurants with outdoor seating.
The city is home to many notable companies, including BJ’s Restaurant, Boardriders, Confie Seguros, and Fisher & Paykel. This article lists five of the best industrial contractors in Huntington Beach, California. These firms were handpicked based on their extensive experience, impressive portfolios, and solid track records of exceptional projects.
KPRS Construction Services
2850 Saturn St., Brea, CA 92821
KPRS Construction Services is a full-service general contractor founded in 1998. The firm has been in the business for 23 years, completing outstanding projects in Orange County, Downtown Los Angeles, Northern California, and Hawaii. It has provided exceptional service and quality to achieve outstanding projects on time and on budget. As a result, the firm has built a strong track record of excellent connections with its clients and stakeholders since 1998, ensuring seamless, efficient, and optimized procedures throughout the project. It has demonstrated its capacity to bring each client’s unique vision to life with its hands-on, tailored approach, open communication, and close cooperation.
One of the firm’s significant projects is the Agua Mansa Logistics Center in Colton, California. The 340,000-square-foot industrial structure was built on a 40-acre plot of land and is now home to one of Walmart’s Southern California distribution centers. There are 170 dock high doors, a 36′ clear height, 467 parking slots, and 241 trailer stalls in the structure.
Howard Building Corporation
3184 Airway Ave k, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Howard Building Corporation (HBC) is a general contracting corporation in Southern California founded in 1983. The firm provides comprehensive services by managing each project from conception to execution with a meticulous eye for detail. It has continually demonstrated its capacity to create and implement a high-quality project with excellent client service, backed by a strong staff with particular expertise, competence, and dedication. To turn the client’s ideas into the ideal environment for their business, the firm concentrates on thoroughly grasping the client’s commercial space requirements. With its dedication to customers, long-term relationships, and impressive portfolio, the firm has established a reputation as one of the best in the industry.
One of the firm’s notable projects is the L.A. Prep in Los Angeles, California. This one-of-a-kind 56,000-square-foot commercial kitchen facility is the first of its type on the West Coast, providing room for small to midsize food manufacturers to expand their operations. A comprehensive demonstration kitchen, small and big food preparation rooms, three community kitchens, a catering kitchen, two reception areas, three loading docks, cold and dry storage, and a classroom space are all available on site. All kitchens have running water, gas, and electricity, and 31 of the 54 rooms have grease hoods.
WE O’Neil Construction
2100 Main Street, Suite 300, Irvine, CA 92614
WE O’Neil Construction has been in the construction industry since 1925. With a lengthy list of delighted clients and projects extending from Connecticut to California and everywhere, the firm has acquired a reputation as an industry leader. It has continually delivered a smooth and flawless construction experience for its clients with its team of highly competent and motivated employees. Over the years, the firm has stayed true to founder William E. O’Neil’s fundamental beliefs, including maintaining solid connections with clients, suppliers, and trade partners. By combining tried-and-true procedures with modern technologies and building processes, the firm’s high quality and professionalism allow it to go above and beyond its clients’ expectations.
In this highlighted project, the firm provided extensive construction services for the Ryder Service Building, including site removal, earthwork, and a new 18,000 square-foot CMU service building for Ryder Trucks. Service bays, offices, a high bay truck wash, fuel servicing, waste oil equipment, owner-supplied service equipment, and site upgrades are all part of the project.
Facility Builders and Erectors
3940 E. Miraloma Ave., Anaheim, CA 92806
Ken Thomson founded Facility Builders and Erectors Inc. in 1993. For28 years, the firm has successfully provided industrial and community construction services to a diverse clientele in six western states. The firm is dedicated to understanding its clients’ demands and transforming them into a reality by completing projects on time and within budget. The firm handles everything, from the design phase, permit processing, agency interactions, and construction as a design-build general contractor. The FB&E Team is organized to assist each project according to the particular issues, with every project tailored to fit each client’s unique requirements.
The firm built new, enclosed MRF and SRB pre-engineered metal structures to expand an existing Transfer Station. Facility Builders & Erectors also coordinated the enormous enlargement and new pre-engineered metal structures with current businesses so that the construction site remained operational. All seven entrances onto the facility campus were fully rebuilt and refurbished. All asphalt and pavement around the facility were removed, repaved, and resurfaced in phases to allow entire operations to continue throughout construction.
Pacific Construction Group
17895 Sky Park Circle #K Irvine, CA 92614
Pacific Construction Group is a full-service construction firm based in Irvine, California. The firm offers a wide range of services to the Southern California market, including commercial construction, construction management, and preconstruction services. Its diverse experience and services enable the firm to efficiently satisfy each client’s specific building requirements. By combining various services, the firm reduces development time and allows for the most efficient use of real estate. The firm aims for its clients to have fewer problems, more happiness, and more savings by using an integrated building process.
This featured project is the Burke Boeing Phase I. This project was built near an SCE substation, under various sections of high tension power lines. During the tilt-up phase of construction, extra caution was taken to ensure safe crane operation. PCG completed the first of three phases for Burke Real Estate Group, including various R&D/industrial buildings totaling about 480,000 square feet.