Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Camp Pendleton Military Housing Project

The housing complex seen here will help to accommodate an expected increase in the number of troops at Camp Pendleton over the next four years. The project is still in its early stages, but already Builders Site Protection is supplying products to protect shower pans, windows, and floors. Superintendents on the jobsite report that they are very happy with Builders Site Protection’s products and customer service and plan on using our products throughout the project. We look forward to seeing how the project progresses and will keep the blog updated with photos!

Monday, January 17, 2011

Builders Site Protection's Texas Trip

Alex at a jobsite in San Antonio, TX

The gals at Builders Site Protection recently traveled to three Texas cities to meet with customers and check out new construction projects. Visiting jobsites in Houston, Austin, and San Antonio in only four days was a challenge but Pat and Alex made a great impression. After stopping by the Koontz-McCombs Broadway condominium project in San Antonio, superintendent Chester Carougthers said that he loves Builders Site Protection and looks forward to using our products in phase two.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Pat's White Christmas in Truckee, CA

Brrr! Pat’s dog Cali hangs out next to the Builders Site Protection company car – buried under three feet of fresh powder! Pat vacationed in Tahoe over the holidays and got to snowshoe, ski, and enjoy a white Christmas with family. While she was there it snowed several feet, which made for excellent skiing! Unfortunately, it also buried the company car in a snow bank. Despite that inconvenience, Pat had a great trip and is looking forward to visiting Tahoe again soon.

Monday, January 3, 2011

CALGreen California Green Building Code Effective January 1, 2011

Attention California builders and contractors! California’s aggressive green building initiative became effective on January 1st and requires all new construction projects to adhere to mandatory guidelines on issues ranging from water efficiency to indoor air quality. All areas of the construction industry from architects to developers are responsible for complying with the new guidelines. Both commercial and residential construction projects must meet Code requirements. The CALGreen Building Standard is the first state-wide green building code in the nation. To learn more about the CALGreen Code, visit the California Building Standards Comission at