For more than 20 years, the Stone Creek Clubhouse was a double-wide trailer with enough room for a small bar and kitchen, a pro shop, and limited seating. Last May, MCL Construction and design partner BVH Architecture completed a new 3,800 square foot clubhouse that more than doubles the trailer’s size and is fully equipped with everything their guests may need and more.
COVID-19 has challenged us as a business, as project owners, and as a community. Rather than submitting to those challenges and accepting the gaps it could create in your building experience, MCL Construction implemented new, innovative ways to bridge those gaps.
Before any project is complete and keys are turned over to project owners, MCL Construction conducts a series of quality checks to catch any detail that was left unfinished or not up to our standards. In our business, we call it a punch list.
MCL Construction is thankful for our employees every day. Today, we are especially thankful for a select few whose work history before they joined MCL is honorable.
Tucked away in a rickety old box in a San Diego home are two 4x5 box cameras. The old-fashioned cameras were the first cameras that Brad Anderson ever bought, and they would not be his last.
All that was left was the finishing touch.
Written by: Ben VanderWert, PHR, SHRM-CP
Like father, like son. MCL Construction employees Ralph Leonard and AJ Leonard share a love for construction and, outside of work, competitive fishing.
It’s not unusual to see long lines and a crowded lobby at The Heart Ministry Center on 22nd and Binney Streets. Even when their building is full, the Heart Ministry is not turning people away from service they provide to the community. To continue to grow their reach, the center recently completed a renovation and addition to their building.
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