Recent Office News & Press
- June 16, 2021 | Press Release
July 19, 2019 | In The News
Source: NBC Bay Area
Current Redwood City Job Openings
|Executive Assistant to the CEO||Administration|
|Carpenter / Laborer||Construction|
|Business Development Manager||Business Development|
December 21, 2019 | Giving Back
W. L. Butler provided the Peninsula Vault Club and with new uniforms for their 2020 season. The donation was made in honor of retired police chief, JR Gamez, and his ongoing contribution to the betterment of Redwood City.
December 13, 2019 | Giving Back
The Redwood City office partnered with the City of Redwood City to host a toy and book drive for the holidays. Team Members provided unwrapped toys for families within the community.
December 10, 2019 | Giving Back
Our Redwood City team donated supplies and assembled 140 “There With Care” kits including special notes and essentials such as lip balm, sleep masks, snacks, pens, notebooks, mints, slipper socks and other items for the parents of critically ill children at LPCH and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. When you care for a critically ill child, you are not caring for yourself – these bags are a simple way to help care of those parents.
December 9, 2019 | Awards & Recognition
Our company president, Frank York, was the proud recipient of the 2019 Nate Thurmond Award last night. This honor is presented annually by the Good Tidings Foundation to someone that truly embodies what the NBA Hall of Famer was all about; Dignity and Class. Congratulations Frank!
December 3, 2019 | Building What Matters
Excited to break ground today with at Artisan Crossing; a new 250-unit multifamily residential building coming to the City of Belmont in 2022.
November 26, 2019 | Giving Back
Team Members from our Redwood City office volunteered their precious time to serve dinner at the Street Life Ministries Shelter in Menlo Park.
August 28, 2019 | Giving Back
Another Good Tidings Foundation grand opening at Rosa Parks Elementary in San Francisco. This is our 4th collaboration this year alone, and the very first “Makerspace” providing students with a dedicated place for hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, arts and math.