Our own Ryan Adams and his North County Young Professionals group connected with local leaders at the globally themed Paso Robles Business Expo “to get personal one on one time with the community”. A cult ’90s game show made this networking shindig anything but ho hum.
When Debbie Mendes needed a “happy healing place” in Pismo Beach, she called us. While Deb combated cancer, we remodeled her dilapidated beach bungalow into a vibrant space to make new memories. Deb shares, “When I’m here things are different. I know I’m going to be ok.” We’ve never received higher praise.
Read the full SLO Life Magazine article here.
Designed to blend in with the old firehouse next door, the three-level Garden Green triplex we built is now home to three families in San Luis Obispo. See how we turned a long-forgotten parking lot into a spacious downtown retreat here on page 40.
In March 2015 the SLO City Council unanimously voted to move forward with the Pacific Courtyards, a mixed-use project with office space and nine residential units in the heart of the city’s old town historic district. Learn why it’s our best blend yet.
Our team won a competition to see who could frame a house the fastest. No surprise there. We were hustling in support of Peoples’ Self-Help Housing, a nonprofit that serves low-income families who pledge to help build their own home in exchange for homeownership opportunities. This is a cause we care about and think you should too.
In 2011 our team led an optimistic wave of construction across the county. From completing a mixed-use project in downtown SLO to moving forward on custom home construction at Dove Creek in Atascadero and Las Ventanas at Talley Farms, we got the ball rolling and haven’t stopped since.
Read the full article here.