Cadhla and Beth have joined our Silicon Valley office—welcome to the team!
Pleasanton-based company gets a refresh
The newly renovated building includes a fitness center, various kitchens and snack areas, and three floors of office space.
CEA Safety Forum Program
When you’re one of the first to show up at a CEA Safety Forum… you get volunteered.
Continuing education is fundamental: Safety Counts—Believe It!
The City by the Bay
Following our vision to grow Strong, Smart, Unique, and Positive, we have expanded from a four-person team to more than a dozen construction professionals building multi-million-dollar projects.
Fall company meeting
The team activities are always fun at our biannual company meetings! This time, we worked together in small teams to stack cups using only a rubber band and some strings.
Team adds and changes
We are excited that Kristi Chinn has joined our team and for Dustin Johnson’s recent promotion!
Field safety challenge
Congratulations to our newest Field Safety Challenge recipients—Ed Batcheller, Benito Caro, and Carlos Tun-Torres—for putting forth the effort to implement a clever way of covering sprinkler heads and protecting finishes from water damage during construction.
Blood drive was a success
We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who donated with the Stanford Blood Center. We were able to collect 24 units of blood, impacting potentially 72 patients!
Fun in the sun
We all had a great time in Santa Cruz for our Annual Summer Picnic.
Building for our community
We are passionate about building and it is especially rewarding to work together to help our community.
One of our East Bay projects was featured in the San Francisco Business Times.
Shared Adventures’ Annual Day on the Beach
For the past six years, SC Builders has been delighted to volunteer for the Day on the Beach event. It is truly rewarding and we can’t wait for next year!
Softball is in full swing!
SC Builders’ softball team is knocking it out of the park for the second season – playing against other contractors, architects, and engineers, we aim to make it to the league championships again this year. Go SC Strikers!
Spring carnival in San Mateo
We are so excited to see that St. Matthew’s fundraiser was a success and we were glad to help!
The SC Builders team continues to expand
We are pleased to welcome our newest San Francisco team member, Drew Kitchen.
Genomic Health HQ gets lab and office space overhaul
Genomic Health, a cancer testing and treatment decision provider, hired SC Builders and DGA to renovate interior space within their headquarters location in Redwood City.
SC Builders is excited for our recent Silicon Valley additions
We would like to give a warm welcome to Tiffany Soto, Amanda Hoang, and Hue Wong.
Congratulations to Dominic Gelao and Rob Smith on their recent promotions!
Two-building TI at Ascend Clinical
This two-building tenant improvement project included an expansion and redesign of an active environmental lab, structural upgrades to a second floor mezzanine, exterior perimeter waterproofing, ADA upgrades, and accommodations for AV technology and security.
Welcoming our newest team member
Mari Villanueva has just started with us and we are glad to have her on board!
Two ground-up buildings complete Oracle’s Santa Clara campus
SC Builders filled the last spaces on Oracle’s Santa Clara campus with two out-of-the-ground buildings over a 15 month period.
SC Builders is excited to announce our recent promotions!
Congratulations to Tony Ohlssen, Scott Shope, and Eden Lindeman for taking the next step in their construction careers. We can’t wait to see where they’ll go from here!
CEA Safety Award won again!
SC Builders thanks all of our hard-working employees for successfully adhering to and enforcing our high standard of safety all year long on each of our jobsites. We are proud to be awarded the CEA’s Excellence in Safety Award for 2016 and attribute it to the efforts of everyone at SC Builders.
SC Builders donates materials to local Eagle Scout Project
Two Scouts replaced a total of 28 step risers at Guadalupe Oak Grove Park in San Jose to improve the trail walking conditions of local park goers.