The Pacific Structures Advantage
When we engage on a project, our entire team steps forward to optimize the engagement for cost, quality, and schedule. We continually evaluate each structure, testing it against hundreds of other buildings for key parameters and details. Once the design is in place, our team plans, outlines, and executes to precision standards.
Excellence and Experience: The Perfect Pour
Every job we perform is the result of expert collaboration between our professionals and the very best structural engineers. We plan to minute details and anticipate the unknowns to keep projects on track, on time, and on budget.
We pride ourselves on our ability to do actual field work and go beyond managing logistics. Instead of coming to a desk each day, we head out to the job sites where the real work is being done.
At every level of our business, our culture focuses on working together as a team to push building limits. We are constantly examining how processes can be altered or enhanced to increase the safety of our workers, accelerate schedules, and provide cost savings to our clients.
Flat Company Structure
Our structure minimizes middle management and cultivates high involvement by all personnel in day-to-day work. This all-hands-on deck-mentality ensures heavy contribution of seasoned upper management on all projects, and a high degree of project ownership by every employee. Team members work closely with management every day, fostering an open culture of learning and trust.
We encourage all team members to practice healthy lifestyles, on and off the job. We want our employees to enjoy their work and contribute their strengths, while still being challenged. Our team oriented culture focuses on both the individual and the group as a whole. We highlight and celebrate achievement at all levels.
“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.”