Where We Work

We are actively working in some of the most beautiful cities in California and Hawaii. Attention to detail in quality craftsmanship on time with careful consideration to the client’s budget is paramount to our company’s success. We are experienced in leading qualified and customized teams of multiple architects, engineers, general contractors and consultants to the successful completion of complicated development projects. Striving to promote positive change and livability, we build with pride.

If Oahu is the heart of Hawaii, then Honolulu is its racing pulse. In this cosmopolitan capital city, you’ll find everything from historic landmarks to fine dining to world-class shopping.Home to the majority of Oahu’s population, Honolulu stretches across the southeastern shores of the island, from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, encompassing world-famous Waikiki Beach along the way.


Los Angeles, better known for its low-density, low-rise development, has been transforming in recent years with bigger and taller real estate projects. Nicknamed the "City of Angels" partly because of its name's Spanish meaning, Los Angeles is known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic diversity, Hollywood and the entertainment industry, and sprawling metropolis.

Los Angeles

San Diego is known for its beaches, parks and warm climate. Always classy, San Diego, with its mild year-round climate, has transformed from a sleepy Navy town into a dynamic, diverse and engaging urban centre.

San Diego

San Francisco, the city that was long known for being the mecca for free spirits has transformed into the city of innovators. A popular tourist destination, San Francisco is known for its cool summers, fog, steep rolling hills, eclectic mix of architecture, and landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, the former Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary, Fisherman's Wharf, and its Chinatown district. Technology has changed this nearly 47 square mile city with new construction in innovative ways.

San Francisco

Santa Barbara is a city on the central California coast, with the Santa Ynez Mountains as dramatic backdrop. Downtown, Mediterranean-style white stucco buildings with red-tile roofs reflect the city’s Spanish colonial heritage. Upscale boutiques and restaurants offering local wines and seasonal fare line State Street. On a nearby hill, Mission Santa Barbara, founded in 1786, houses Franciscan friars and a museum.

Santa Barbara

Muddy streets and a keen entrepreneurial spirit defined Stockton, CA back in 1849. Before long, this bustling town and its waterways turned into a gateway for supplies needed in the nearby gold mining communities. The rest is Stockton history. When the Gold Rush ended in 1855, the city turned its attention to growing and transporting the vast array of agricultural products that thrived in Central California’s warm and sunny climate. By the end of the 19th century, a diverse group of residents, including Mexicans and Chinese, brought their unique cultures to the area. The city transformed into a major industrial and transportation center -- with flour mills, carriage and wagon factories, iron foundries, and shipyards. In 1933, the Port of Stockton opened as the first inland seaport in California Today, the Delta waterfront is still a busy commercial port -- connecting San Francisco Bay, the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers.


Sacramento, capital of the U.S. state of California, lies at the confluence of the Sacramento River and American River. The district of Old Sacramento harkens back to the city’s Gold Rush era, with wooden sidewalks and wagon rides. One of several museums in Old Sacramento, the California State Railroad Museum depicts the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, one of the country’s earliest technological feats.