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We have a diverse resume of projects, from simple structures to state of the art facilities, in both the private and public sectors.  Below are some of our larger projects.

1742 Jones Street
1742 Jones Street

This project involved the waterproofing and reconstruction of an exterior balcony and stairway.

Contract Value = $136,000

Completion = August 2017

1900 Alhambra Avenue Tenant Improvements

This project involved selective demolition and tenant improvements to a large commerical building in Sacramento for Goodwill Industries.

Contract Value = $698,398

Completion = December 2017

400 Mare Island Way Repairs

This project involved removing an existing failed siding system and replacing it with a drainage EIFS siding system.  The existing punch windows were removed and reinstalled to allow for the installation of a new custom window flashing systems.  All windows on the building were wet sealed.

Contract Value = $2,710,370

Completion = September 2016

Bay Street - AMC Loading Deck Repair

This project involved the removal and replacement of a failed deck coating system.  Existing deck drains were replaced, additional flashings were installed, an EIFS soffit that was removed due to water damage was replaced, structural retrofiting was done to the concrete deck, and a new deck coating system was installed.

Current Contract Value = $550,428

Completion = January 2016

Bay Street - Express & Forever 21 Shell Prep.

The Bay Street - Express & Forever 21 Shell Preparation project involved the demolition of existing Abercrombie & Fitch, Express, and Nike tenant spaces to make room for a new relocated Express space and a new Forever 21 space. Three existing spaces were combined to make two larger spaces. All work was performed during standard working hours with no disruption to adjacent tenants.

Contract Value = $178,000

Completion = August 2013

Bay Street - Uniqlo Shell Space Preparation

The Bay Street - Uniqlo Shell Space Preparation project involved the demolition of existing Sunglass Hut and Magnolia Audio spaces to make a single larger space for Uniqlo, a new tenant. The larger Uniqlo space was also created by getting some floor space from Barnes & Noble, an adjacent tenant. Getting space from Barnes & Noble required building a new elevator within the existing Barnes & Noble space, and removing the existing elevator, while Barnes & Noble remained open for business with minimal impact to daily operations.

Contract Value = $1,350,000

Completion = February 2014

BioZone Unpermitted TI Corrections
BioZone Unpermitted TI Corrections

This project involved the investigation and correction of unpermitted tenant improvements.  Corrections were made to ensure the as-built conditions match the permitted plans that were completed and permitted after the initial construction was complete.

Contract Value = $268,000

Completion = August 2017

Brickyard Landing Residing

Brickyard Landing is a 310 unit Condominium Complex located in Point Richmond, CA. The project involves removal and replacement of sidewall shingle siding, installation of complex flashing details and repainting. The project consists of five 4 story buildings on top of 2 level parking garages.

Contract Value = $4,283,568

Completion = 2010

Brookside Road Exterior Repairs

The Brookside Road Exterior Repairs project involved the removal and replacement of failing portions of the exterior stucco system. Significant water intrusion damage was encountered. New sheet metal and flashings were added to correct the original problems.

Contract Value = $110,686

Completion = February 2013

Contra Costa County Animal Shelter - Martinez

The Contra Costa County Animal Services Facility- Martinez project involved completion of the county's new 29,000 square-foot Animal Services facility. The project was abandoned by the original general contractor, and RLBCI was selected by the Surety to complete the work. The project included construction of all interior and exterior finishes, completion of all exterior work including paving, decorative fencing and landscaping, as well as correction of all patent and latent defects remaining from work completed by the original contractor. Construction was completed in spring 2005. The County moved into the building while final construction activities were being completed, and has operated it as its flagship animal services hub since.

Contract Value = $4,191,071

Completion 2005