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Clark Pacific Opens New Fabrication Facility in Adelanto

State-of-the-Art Facility Will Help Meet the Growing Demand for Prefabricated Building Systems throughout the Region

ADELANTO, CA – September 29, 2017 – Clark Pacific, one of the nation’s leading design-build manufacturers of prefabricated building systems, yesterday announced the opening of its newest fabrication facility, located at 9367 Holly Road in Adelanto, CA.

This new, state-of-the-art facility significantly expands Clark Pacific’s Southern California fabrication capacity from 45 to over 135 acres, and will serve the region’s growing demand for high-quality prefabricated building systems, including student housing, parking structures, and office buildings.

There is a significant labor shortage in today’s growing construction market—even well-managed projects are regularly over budget and over schedule. Clark Pacific’s prefabricated building systems provide cost and schedule certainty for projects, reduce overall costs, and deliver a resilient, higher-quality building for owners.

“Our new Adelanto plant expands our capacity and allows us to better serve the Southern California market with our singular approach to construction,” says Donald Clark, President of Clark Pacific. “We are changing the face of construction by moving work that is normally done at the project site to our nearby factories, where we can safely produce high-quality building products for projects throughout the region.”

Clark Pacific brings finished products to erect at the job site, which greatly reduces both project risks and the impacts on campuses and neighborhoods caused by traditional construction methods. The firm partners with construction owners and design-build teams to develop and deliver prefabricated building systems strategies for commercial and institutional projects of any size and complexity across California.

(L to R: Donald Clark, President and Owner, Clark Pacific; Terry Street, General Manager ofGeneral Contracting Division, Clark Pacific; and Robert A. Lovingood, First District Supervisor, San Bernardino County. Photo credit: Clark Pacific)

“The City of Adelanto is honored to have Clark Pacific call Adelanto home,” says Mayor Richard Kerr. “Clark Pacific recognizes that Adelanto is a community that welcomes businesses and manufacturers alike and is a place where businesses can thrive.”

Clark Pacific has been a leading manufacturer of prefabricated building systems for over 50 years, providing leading-edge solutions for owners and developers as they face the latest challenges in developing and delivering new projects.

“We are proud to be a part of the Adelanto community,” says Donald Clark. “The city has been extremely welcoming, supportive, and appreciative of the many jobs we’re bringing to the community.”

In launching its new facility, Clark Pacific has already brought 40 new manufacturing and engineering jobs to the Adelanto community—most of which are union—and it plans to hire 30 more employees by the end of the year. Combined with an existing plant in Fontana, the new Adelanto plant significantly expands Clark Pacific’s capacity to deliver prefabricated architectural, structural, and modular systems and components for projects throughout the Southern California market. The company now has over 300 industrial acres and employs over 900 in California dedicated to prefabricated building systems market throughout the region.

Brad Williams, Clark Pacific Plant Manager, leads a tour of the company’s new fabrication facility in Adelanto, CA. Photo credit: Clark Pacific
Clark Pacific is one of the nation’s leading design-build manufacturers of prefabricated building systems. Driven to deliver better buildings, the company has paved the way for prefabrication in the marketplace, bridging the gap between manufacturing and construction to deliver high quality, cost-effective buildings on budget and on time. Clark Pacific’s approach provides owners and design-build teams greater schedule and cost certainty, cleaner and safer jobsites, higher quality systems and more resilient structures than conventional construction. For more information, visit www.clarkpacific.com
(Adelanto Mayor Richard Kerr and Terry Street Photo credit: Clark Pacific)

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