Building Your Vision
The purpose of this letter is to pat you on the back and say “Thanks!” for a job well done! I am very pleased with the extraordinary efforts put forth by the team at CCI. In review of the photo chronology that you issued last week, I am reminded of the ugly-duckling site that you started with several months back; and the stark contrast to the beautiful project that you just delivered! I am further impressed with the speed and tenacious spirit with which you attacked the project, week after week. Whereas many of our projects are, quite simply, a building on top of a piece of dirt, La Mirada is an engineering obstacle-course. But you made it look easy, like every-day construction! It brought a smile to my face to see the recycled, decorative glass wall in the lobby. I don’t know how you are going to top this project – but I am anxious to get to the next one to find out! Great team effort! Many thanks!
CCI has delivered more than great commercial contracting work over the years, they have reminded us that doing business with the right company makes all the difference. Bringing projects like ours to life requires relentless attention to detail. Great communication is the foundation of success and CCI seems to have a uncanny knack for it. They provided everything we needed including initial planning, budgeting, management, construction and the final occupancy permit. The team was remarkably in control throughout the project, keeping accurate records, paying attention to details and even finishing on time! It's relaxing to know that a company like CCI exists in the present market. I actually had fun working with them. Their vivacity and culture is one to be envied by all. If you are looking for a good commercial builder CCI is guaranteed not disappoint.
Safety is my Lifeblood. My devotion is to a doctrine of being proactive not reactive, keeping each job site sustainably safer than most could imagine. Our low EMR rate is a testament to the rigorous safety program at CCI.
Kevin Lindquist, Safety Director