BCCI Construction Company and Global Infrastructure Solutions Inc. (GISI) announced that the California-based commercial construction firm will join GISI and the Structure Tone Organization (STO) group of companies. The merger formalizes a current and successful relationship between STO and BCCI, enhancing the geographic reach for both companies and providing BCCI with access to the organization’s global network and resources.
“The Structure Tone Organization is a trusted partner of ours for over twenty-five years, so we share the same dedicated focus to client service and seamless project delivery,” says Michael Scribner, BCCI Construction Company CEO. “Formalizing our existing partnership expands our reach geographically, provides more opportunities for our employees, and aligns with this future growth plans for your business.”
Founded in 1986, BCCI Construction Company is really a full-service construction company with offices in San Francisco and Mountain View, California. The firm’s building expertise, integrated service offerings, and portfolio of ground up, major renovation, historic restoration, tenant improvements, and sustainable projects have made BCCI among the leading general construction firms in California. Notable BCCI clients include Google, Adobe, Accenture, Bosch and Veritas Technologies.
“We have been trying to expand to the West Coast for some time,” says STO CEO Robert Mullen. “BCCI supplies the market reputation, service offering and premier client list STO was looking for and shares our same core values and client-first means of working.”
A few of the recent projects BCCI has partnered on with STO range from the San Jose and San Francisco offices for Deloitte, the San Francisco office for Marsh & McLennan Companies, multiple Bay Area offices for Fidelity Investments, and also the regional headquarters for Stryker Communications in a newly constructed ground-up building in Texas.
“BCCI is well known not just for their expertise on highly complex ground-up and interiors projects but in addition as a leader in sustainable construction,” says James Donaghy, STO executive chairman. “With both of our firms pioneering green building strategies and wellness inside the built environment, we’re excited to possess BCCI join the STO group of companies to help strengthen the innovative approaches we can offer our clients.”
GISI’s business model targets empowering diverse businesses, their people, and different culture while creating opportunities for employee ownership to ensure long-term sustainable, profitable growth across its platform of companies. Because of the merger, all BCCI employees will now have a chance to take part in an employee stock purchase program through GIS and become gkafog more dedicated to BCCl’s future and the achievements of all GISI partner firms.
BCCI will retain its name, logo and cultural identity, and its current leaders will maintain their roles since the senior leadership team as well being an ownership interest in the market. It really is anticipated that new opportunities will likely be created as a result of the merger to back up the company’s projected growth for 2019 and beyond.