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Design-Build Construction Firm for Coordinated Project Delivery in Southern California

Building from the ground up? The standard process will require you to hire an architect to draw plans, then search for a contractor who will agree to build within your budget and timeline. Our design-build construction offers a refreshing alternative. At Slater Builders, we integrate the design-and-build stages into single, simple steps, so that the project can keep moving quickly and efficiently through completion.

A certified design-build contractor, Slater Builders coordinates and manages the project architects, subcontractors, engineers, and consultants. We also work closely with the owner and all relevant stakeholders to achieve the desired scope and appropriate budget. Our trained professionals are additionally well-versed in how to educate vested partners and deliver a project within the integrated project model.

Remodel with Expert Renovation Contractors

Whether you are looking to remodel an existing structure or build from the ground up, Slater Builders’ team of experts ensures your project is a success from start to finish.

Slater Builders has strategically positioned itself as a leading design-build entity in Southern California, with annual revenues in excess of $50 million. We completed a $21.2 million recreational deck, including offsite work next to Angel’s Stadium. Recently also created a $17 million, 8-acre, ground-up park, with 8 free-standing buildings and a swimming pool with varying designs and finishes, as well as numerous projects for the Shea Foundation and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Additionally, we completed a 78,000 square foot remodel of an office/industrial building.  No project scale is too large, no scope too daunting.

Our design-build method provides you, the owner, with the innovation and expertise necessary to execute a successful project within budget and on time. Contact us today for more information, or to get started on a new project.

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