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The crew uses a laser screed for an early morning slab pour for a company in Fairfield, California.


that would cement their business ties from there. They bid on and won contracts on two homes in Auburn, California, hiring two other employees to round out the team. It was the humble start of Lancaster Burns Construction.


Their offices were first in Lancaster’s home, but then a busi- ness address was procured in Rocklin, California. Ambi- tiously, the duo worked hard to grow the company. Further expansion over the years required a few more office address changes to accommodate a growing fleet of company vehi- cles and workforce.


While rough carpentry was a focus from day one, the owners were always cognizant of other trades that could be added. In 2004, they started the metal stud and drywall divi- sion. Growth from that addition required more space and so the firm built a 16,000-square-foot office in Rocklin.


Successes with two trades led to the addition of a third— structural steel. Lancaster and Burns hired a welder to help get this division off the ground. The company’s growing reputation opened up other opportunities in neighboring Oregon and Nevada. Contractor’s licenses were added to work in those states.


Next, the company had to accommodate more growth, so its leaders purchased 10 acres in Roseville, which includ- ed a 50,000-square-foot facility. Three times larger than the previous space, the new location became the new corporate headquarters. That move also made way for the addition of a


fourth trade, adding a concrete division in 2015. Staying true to its focus on relationships, LB’s addition of concrete work was the result of buying out a company whose employees had been together for 15 years—and ready to join the LB team.


“We now have all four structural trades, under one roof, op- erating as one great team,” says Jeff Farley, LB’s Business Development and Marketing Manager. “The addition of the concrete division offers us the ability to coordinate even the most complex projects, literally from the ground up.”


The metal stud and drywall crew works hard at the eight-story Main & Marshall mixed-use apartments and condominiums project in Redwood City, Calif.


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