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Elite Construction Services, Inc.

General Contractors   |   Contact: Eric Lamascus   |     Website

  Location: 225 Ocean View Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95062, United States

Since 1999, Elite Construction has been building and remodeling homes that our clients love to be in, while maintaining a level of professionalism that makes them even more comfortable. In the process, we've built ourselves a company that has grown continuously every year. We've also built a 5-star reputation on Yelp and Houzz and we have a long list of satisfied clients, who refer us over and over again. A Certified Green Builder and member of the National Association of Remodelers Inc (NARI), Elite Construction has received awards from Best of Houzz, The Sentinel, Good Times, and ...

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General Contractors   |   Contact: Silvio Dobrovat   |     Website

  Location: 1164 Solano Ave #175, Albany, CA 94706, United States

A licensed contractor in the state of California, Silvio Dobrovat exudes a 19th century work ethic coupled with 21st century know-how. Having taken over his father's contracting business in 2000, Mr. Dobrovat grew up in the business working side by side with his father where he first learned the art of fine craftmanship. Now, as the steward of the family company, Mr. Dobrovat continues his father's best traditions and strives to exceed each of his customer's expectations when it comes to a project well done. As a business owner and experienced general contractor...

Ki Arts

Home Builders   |   Contact: Ann Gerber Sakaguchi   |     Website

  Location: PO Box 631, Occidental, CA 95465, United States

Ki Arts offers Japanese style interiors, entrance gates, garden structures, and fine furniture designed and crafted by Japanese master carpenter, Hiroshi Sakaguchi. Located in northern California, Ki Arts has had many years experience adapting Japanese design to Western needs. This family-run business was started in 1985 by Sakaguchi-san and his wife, Ann Gerber Sakaguchi. Ki, pronounced "key", means "wood" in Japanese. Since Japanese construction is a post and beam system held together by an intricate system of joinery, the components for Japanese style interiors and garden ...