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Viking Commercial Construction participated in the UCSD school commercial construction project involving a complete renovation of the on-campus faculty club that included exterior eating area, exterior trellis, exterior pizza oven and bar, inside bar and dining area, and renovation of the restrooms.
Viking Commercial Construction’s $500,000 school commercial construction project at Valhall High School included extensive site work and outbuildings, which contributes to the students and faculty’s ability to remain a twice recognized California Distinguished School.
Viking Commercial Construction’s school commercial construction project at the Carlsbad Unified School District included a complete overhaul and remodel of all student restrooms, ADA upgrades, sewer replacement, and upgrade of finishes.
Viking Commercial Construction is a restaurant commercial construction general contractor whose staff is well-prepared to handle any design/build or ground-up project.
With locations all over the country, Viking Commercial Construction completed this ground up restaurant project in National City, featuring an all-American, retro-themed eatery, complete with an outdoor patio and drive-thru.
Viking Commercial Construction was thankful to have the opportunity to build this restaurant commercial construction project. Luna Grill’s first restaurant location in Riverside County serves the Temecula Promenade and the local community.
For your medical office construction needs, turn to Viking Commercial Construction where our number one goal is to provide a high quality product while always keeping the client’s best interests in mind.
The Colton Wellness Center, located in San Bernardino County, was an old athletic club that Viking Commercial Construction transformed into private medical offices. The most challenging aspect of this adaptive reuse, medical office project was converting the racquetball courts, complete with ceiling-high concrete walls, into a two-story patient receiving structure.