Construction Today - September/October 2017 - 46
Commercial | NEW CREATION BUILDERS
New Creation is building the $19
million On Beach project featuring
commercial and residential space.
NEW CREATION BUILDERS TACKLES PROJECTS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. BY KAT ZEMAN
hey don't just build buildings. New
Creation Builders builds relationships. "We've established a very
good reputation over the years and
we really try to build on our reputation,"
New Creation Builders
* Headquarters: Bellflower, Calif.
* Specia y: Commercial, esidential and
"At e end of e day, it's
about building elationships and
trust wi e clients."
- Jimmy Chung, vice president
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says Jimmy Chung, vice president. "At the
end of the day, it's about building relationships and trust with the clients."
Bellflower, Calif.-based New Creation is
a fully licensed general contractor in the
greater Los Angeles area that specializes in
commercial, residential and civic projects.
The company believes that construction
quality is measured by a client's satisfaction with the completed project and
operates on the basis that its reputation is
on the line with each of those projects.
Founded in 1999 by Brian Chun, the
company has architects, civil engineers and
structural engineers. "The fact that we have
a background in engineering and architecture helps us foresee potential issues and
problems in the design and construction,"
Chung says. "I think that sets us apart."
Along with having an architectural
background, Chung has a broad range of
experience in management and marketing
in the field of design and construction. He
has been with New Creation since 2000.
The company's owner and president,
Chun, has a bachelor's degree in civil and
structural engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master's
degree in the same field from Stanford
As an engineer and a contractor, Chun
has both designed and built structures
ranging in all sizes and materials.
New Creation has vast experience in a
variety of construction types from a single
story wood-framed building to complex
multi-story concrete and steel buildings,
including subterranean parking garages.