Building Relationships, Engineering Structures, and Modernizing Spaces
Our business is based on relationships. We build trusted partnerships with our clients and subcontractors, so that we have a better understanding of their vision as we manage all stages of the construction project. Creating a successful partnership with them throughout the construction process, allows us to provide the best construction experience possible. Our commitment is to build long lasting relationships with our customers by exceeding their expectations.
To be the preferred contractor of choice with the highest level of customer satisfaction. A Company where our customers want to work with us, and our employees are proud to work for us.
We truly believe that we not only build projects, but we are Building Relationships to continue well into the future.
Vulcan Construction, Inc. is a California-based commercial construction company.
Our commitment to quality workmanship and client partnership distinguish us as one of the Bay Area's premier contractors.
We manage all stages of your construction project. We form alliances with property owners, architects, structural engineers, and specialized tradespeople. We are proud holders of a General Contractor’s B-license for commercial and industrial construction.
recent blog posts
Wearing Face Masks: Where they are Required and Where they are Not
Although there has yet to be a specific nationwide standard for wearing face masks and other protective covering in public, this has not stopped states from implementing their health protocols. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that wearing face coverings such as face masks is effective in preventing the spread…
Construction Apprenticeship Programs and COVID-19: Challenges and How the Industry is Adapting
Apprenticeship programs have seen a boom across different industries in the last five years. The US Department of Labor reveals that more than 252,000 individuals have entered apprenticeships in 2019, which represents 128% growth since 2009. In fact, more than 12,000 apprenticeship programs were created during the preceding five-year period. With the new COVID-19 regulations,…
Make Smart Buildings Smarter: Technologies You Should Keep an Eye On
More and more businesses are taking a cue from the smart home phenomenon and integrating new technology to make their buildings smarter. Smart buildings integrate technology and systems that aim to improve their occupant’s lifestyle and boost productivity at work. These structures utilizes information technology to automate different processes to manage the building’s operations, which…
5 Ways To Promote Worker Health and Safety During the Pandemic
The risk associated with working in construction has always been significantly higher compared to other industries. Workers are constantly exposed to potential hazards like falling from heights, trench collapse, scaffold collapse, electric shock, and other injuries. And now with the COVID-19 pandemic, these health and safety concerns have escalated and driven to overdrive. Today, there…
Why Age Diversity is Good Business for General Contractors
Diversity and inclusion is quite a hot topic in almost every workplace. With the construction industry being no exception. Businesses are becoming proactive in hiring and working with a diverse group of professionals, which comes with both benefits and challenges. For business leaders, having to manage a team that ranges from ages 16 to 60…
Office Design Trends 2020: What’s in, What’s Out, and What’s Making a Comeback
We may be experiencing tough times right now and most governments have imposed a stay-at-home order in most cities. But the thing is, it’s not going to last forever. Eventually, everything will stabilize and it will be business as usual. Though working remotely may seem to catch on, experts believe that offices would remain relevant.…
Building Automation Ideas to Reduce Touch Points
Most of us have already adapted to a ‘touchless’ world as a response to the current pandemic. Whether it’s decentralizing the workforce and working with distributed teams, using cashless payments for transactions and online banking, and using smart technology and building automation, building managers have taken necessary precautions to stop the spread of COVID-19. Public…