Building to Improve Lives: Lowell Children’s Library

By April Willoughby | Jun 15, 2016 | Meet the Blogger | More Posts by

The new Fr. David and Elaine Lowell Children’s Library provides a calm, healing place where families can bond through reading. Located in the former Raphael House Chapel, the space was redesigned to promote learning and discovery while honoring its history. On April 30th, XL Construction was thrilled to partner with HomeAid and donate materials and […]

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Improving the Community with Rebuilding Together

By plarson | May 05, 2014 | Meet the Blogger | More Posts by

XL’s Rebuilding Together team made headlines with their April 26 effort to improve the life of a local Milpitas resident. Read the article in the San Jose Mercury News Milpitas Post here.

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Pain Medical Consultants’ MOB Project Kicks Off

By plarson | Aug 22, 2013 | Meet the Blogger | More Posts by

The doctors of Pain Medicine Consultants celebrated the start of construction on their new medical office building in Pleasant Hill. The project will convert a multi-tenant office building at 2250 Morello Avenue into a state-of-the-art pain management facility, with offices, exam rooms and treatment areas. “The new facility will allow our doctors to address all […]

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Playing it Safe

By April Willoughby | Aug 21, 2013 | Meet the Blogger | More Posts by

XL recently had our first Cal/OSHA Golden Gate inspection on a confidential client’s new ground-up corporate restaurant project, which includes an underground parking structure. I’m happy to report that the project passed the inspection with flying colors, putting XL in an elite group that has achieved “Golden Gate” status with Cal/OSHA. The OSHA Inspector was […]

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Purpose Driven

By April Willoughby | Jul 15, 2013 | Meet the Blogger | More Posts by

I once heard that every company has a culture – it’s just that some know what it is and some don’t. I learned firsthand that a company’s purpose isn’t what a leader or committee wants it to be, but what already exists among the people and culture of the organization. Many years ago, I wanted […]

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