EL DORADO HILLS — Roebbelen Contracting Inc., 53-year-old local general contractor headquartered in El Dorado Hills, announced their commitment to “keep it local” pursing the new arena-home of the Sacramento Kings. Roebbelen has been a supportive business entity strongly involved not only in building many projects regionally but as a philanthropic partner to many organizations since 1959.
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Roebbelen will be partnering with PCL Construction, builder of the Staples Center.
“We are proud of our roots here and look forward to a full court press showcasing our talents to win this project,” said Roebbelen President Ken Wenham. “We realize the impact this project will have on the contractors in this region so hard hit during the past few years. Our subcontractors have endured the toughest times and deserve a piece of this project.”
The company is a perennial leader ranked No. 7 in the Sacramento Business Journal’s 2012 Philanthropic list and No. 1 General Contractor on the list and the No. regionally-owned General Contractor in the 2012 Sacramento Business Journal list.