Tip of the Month – January 2016
Bridging the Gap
Happy New Year! You may have noticed that we have a new design and logo this month, that is because we have been working hard on refreshing and updating PrimeCo’s look. We have been in business over 21 years and our logo has evolved in several amazing ways over the last two decades. We are proud to show you the evolution of PrimeCo in the images below. With the addition of our Reconstruction Division, we felt that a new look was in order. Thank you for being a part of our growth and exciting new changes. PrimeCo’s Tip of the Month for January covers our Reconstruction Division and is brought to you by our Reconstruction Manager, Kristopher Jones.
PrimeCo’s Reconstruction Division is focused on the repair, improvement, maintenance, reconstruction and renovation of existing structures and properties. Servicing all of Southern California, our expertise and background gives us a great understanding of repair techniques and building materials. Our services include Project Design and Engineering, Project Management, Construction, Deferred Maintenance and Destructive Testing. Our clients include Homeowners Associations, Property Managers, and Business Owners. With over 150 experienced field staff, PrimeCo can respond to Client’s needs in a timely manner and with the flexibility and control that our competitors are unable to match.
Spotlight Project of the Month – January 2016
The Woodbridge Village Association (WVA) is a private homeowners association and master-planned community located in the City of Irvine, California. There are over 9,600 homes within Woodbridge, for an overall population of approximately 30,000 residents. The Association encompasses 1,700 acres and features 41 recreational facilities, including 2 landmark lakes spanned by wood footbridges (from which Woodbridge bears its name).
PrimeCo was hired by the Association in October of 2015 to make structural repairs to the existing timber pedestrian bridge over the South Lake in Woodbridge Village. PrimeCo built the new truss system and related components on the ground and hoisted it into place using a 110-ton crane. The total project length was five weeks.
PrimeCo’s Tip of the Month was written and
brought to you by our
Reconstruction Manager, Kristopher Jones
and Brand Manager, Rachael White.
Joke of the Month
How can you tell the ocean is friendly?