Excellence. Planned and Delivered.
Pacific Structures is the leading structural concrete contractor operating in California and Washington. We partner with the industry's finest developers, owners, and general contractors to form solid foundations for people to live, work, play, and move forward.
For over two decades, we've envisioned, designed, and built complex concrete structures to support an ever-changing world.
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First Light is a new 50-story mixed-use tower in downtown Seattle. The project includes below-grade parking and a retail and office podium b…
New construction of 13-story mixed-use development located in the rapidly revitalizing Mid-Market corridor of San Francisco. The building in…
23,000 SF, full renovation of an historic building. Scope includes new glazing, all new interior, a new roof and seismic retrofit.
The Marlow is an eight-story concrete residential building with 98 luxury condo units and two levels of subterranean parking. The intricate…
Leading Companies Trust Us
“Even with a tight schedule, the concrete portion of the project came in ahead of schedule and within budget. They are a very professional company, top to bottom with good supervision and staffing in the field. Any concrete project would benefit if Pacific Structures was awarded the contract.”
“IMEG has had the pleasure to partner with Pacific Structures over the past 20 plus years on millions of square feet of concrete construction. They are totally engaged in each project, from concept to completion of construction. They provide creative, constructive and valuable input in the design phase to ensure that optimum performance and value are achieved.”
“Everyone at Pacific Structures are great partners. They are always searching for the best way to simplify the construction process and provide added value to the owner. They challenge all of their team members, from engineers to subcontractors, to arrive at innovative solutions while respecting the input from they get from the whole team.”