News

  • Pacific Structures wins 3 ASCC 2018 Safety Awards

    Receiving the ASCC  2018 Safety Awards is a great honor and recognition of our hardworking staff and our leadership!
  • Pacific Structures in Construction Today January/February 2015 Issue

    Pacific Structures – Article by Chris Peterson A solid foundation is essential, no matter whether you’re talking about a high-rise residential development or the company building it. San Francisco-based Pacific Structures knows a lot about the value of a good foundation in both circumstances, because the experience of its principals in the concrete industry has led […]
  • Equity Residential loves Emeryville and Berkeley

    More in this video: Essay Help Pacific Structure’s Archstone Parkside Emeryville project was featured in the San Francisco Business Journal. http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/blog/real-estate/2014/01/equity-residential-emeryville-berkeley.html?s=image_gallery
  • Pauls Corp. closes on $20M deal for San Mateo Credit Union land in Redwood City

    Pauls Corp. closes on $20M deal for San Mateo Credit Union land in Redwood City

    Pacific Structures’ Indigo project was in the Business Journal! http://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2014/04/14/pauls-corp-closes-on-20m-deal-for-san-mateo-credit.html
  • 40 Most Notable New Developments Under Construction

    40 Most Notable New Developments Under Construction

    Pacific Structures has 9 projects featured in this article: 333 Brannan, 55 Ninth (Ava), 55 Laguna, 45 Lansing, 1415 Mission, 1645 Pacific, 2558 Mission, Avalon Hayes Valley, and 400 Grove Street! http://sf.curbed.com/archives/2014/03/20/the_40_most_notable_new_developments_under_construction.php
  • 1000 Days with ZERO Lost Time Incidents!

    1000 Days with ZERO Lost Time Incidents!

  • Urban Field Notes: San Francisco’s Construction Boom

    Urban Field Notes: San Francisco’s Construction Boom

    Two Pacific Structures jobs (Trinity Place and the Hayes Valley Central Freeway Parcel) are featured in SPUR’s December issue of The Urbanist. http://www.spur.org/publications/article/2013-12-18/urban-field-notes-san-francisco-s-construction-boom
  • Ocean Avenue project Making Waves

    Pacific Structures’ Ocean Avenue project is on SFGate. http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Ocean-Avenue-making-waves-in-Ingleside-4857792.php#photo-5257723
  • Time-lapse Video of Night Pour at 45 Lansing

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFoA4cUPPaU – The 3,294 CY mat pour marks a major milestone for this project and the company as a whole. Mat sections ranged from 5’6″ to 7’0″ thick with certain sections up to 14’0″ thick. The initial pour set-up started at 6pm on Saturday, Oct. 5th and lasted until 2:30pm on Sunday, Oct. 6th with crews working […]
  • Work begins on Rincon Hill’s next skyscraper

    It took 366 trucks carrying 3,294 cubic yards of concrete, but the foundation for Rincon Hill’s next residential tower is now in place. With the first residents moving into into the 754-unit NEMA apartment tower at 14 10th St., Crescent Heights is going full speed ahead on its next San Francisco highrise: a 400-foot tower […]
  • 2013 ASCC Safety Awards Program

    2013 ASCC Safety Awards Program

    Pacific Structures is an award recipient in the 2013 ASCC Safety Awards Program! We have been awarded Zero Lost Time. Thank you to all of our team for their continued focus on safety!
  • Insider’s View of a construction milestone: Midnight pour at Trinity Plaza

    The concrete trucks lined up along Mission Street in San Francisco late Friday night like tanks readying for battle. Just before midnight on Feb. 10, they sprung into action. One after another they rolled up to the construction site at 1188 Mission St., where Angelo Sangiacomo is building phase two of Trinity Place, a 1,700-unit […]
  • Build Group Constructs Palo Alto Hotel, The Epiphany

    The 8-story structure will open its doors in the summer of 2013 as a four-star boutique hotel. The existing building’s interior and exterior will be completely refurbished into a lobby, work lounge, restaurant, bar and 86 luxurious hotel rooms and suites. Since preconstruction began on the project, Build Group has been working with the client and […]

The health and safety of our employees and the people in the communities where we live and work is our highest priority. Pacific Structures is closely monitoring COVID-19 and following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and OSHA, as well as state and local governments.

We have comprehensive safety practices and are promptly adding the most current recommendations related to making our job sites and offices safe as related to COVID-19.

Our practices include key elements such as:

  • Social distancing protocols
  • Face coverings
  • Cleaning and disinfecting procedures
  • Extended training, monitoring, and reporting
  • Exposure risk assessment tools

To date, construction has consistently been designated as essential throughout the various county and state orders. This means that it is anticipated we will continue to provide our services to build the infrastructures in a way that provides for the greatest level of health and safety for our employees and the community. This includes continuing to follow the guidelines of the CDC and OSHA as well as state and local governments. We also understand the challenges this crisis brings to our employees, and therefore, the importance of maintaining our operations in order to help sustain the livelihoods of our employees.