Why We Build
Level 10 Construction is a California-based general contractor driven to deliver construction projects at the highest level. With decades of experience building high-profile projects in the Golden State, our founding team set out to create a new kind of construction company, one built on long-term relationships, transparent business practices and an adaptive company culture. That vision and its values have given rise to one of the fastest-growing, most-respected builders in the western United States.
How We BuildWe’re a true partner who understands our clients’ construction and business goals and can provide the solutions to achieve them.
CareersBegin or continue your construction career with Level 10 and build challenging projects, quickly advance your career, and receive highly-competitive benefits.
Core MarketsWe build in eight diverse markets. Our people understand the unique requirements of each sector.
In the end, our building [Facebook MPK 20] finished ahead of schedule and under budget... It ended up costing us much less than any other major developments planned in Silicon Valley and taking way less time to build. - from Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook wallMark Zuckerberg, President, Facebook
It took an immense amount of planning to ensure that the clean rooms [on the CS Bio Headquarters Renovation & Expansion project] would be unaffected by construction, but Level 10 planned the project with great skill and precision. The project ran like clockwork. In fact, it ran better than clockwork.Jason Chang, Chief Operating Officer, CS Bio Co.
Level 10's 181 Fremont team continually coordinates very well with the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) and the Salesforce Tower construction team to make sure our project, neighbors, businesses and surrounding job sites are not adversely affected by their activities. The team's exemplary communication is a great example of how to build in a highly dense and busy neighborhood.Ron Alameida, Co-Director, Transbay Joint Powers Authority
Every large project is a series of problems in search of solutions. The team at Level 10 knows how to categorize, prioritize and analyze problems. They encourage and expect creative options from the team. They get decision makers in the room, drive towards a solution and clearly communicate a single path forward. The 181 Fremont team just got it done, over and over again.Bob Hazelton, President, The Herrick Corporation