Gateway Pacific Contractors, Inc. was founded on a cornerstone philosophy of satisfying our clients' needs by creating a safe workplace, exceptional quality, commitment to schedule and a fair price. Gateway Pacific is a true general contractor. We self-perform the vast majority of our own projects with our own craftspeople and supervisors. On a typical project this might include the earthwork, structural concrete and complete mechanical among other specialties. This self-performing approach allows us better overall control of our projects, keeps us competitive and offers the broadest base of opportunity for our staff.
Established in 1987, Gateway Pacific specializes in the construction of water and wastewater projects in the western United States. Gateway's project bids range from $1 million to $40 million, and our annual revenues exceeded $27 million in 1998. Gateway's staff size ranges from 40 to 80, including 14 salaried employees. Co-founder and President Evan Lundin has been involved in the construction of more than 50 concrete potable water reservoirs in the last 30 years. This includes the largest pre-stressed concrete reservoir ever built in the United States at the time - the 33 million gallon tank for the Vallecitos Water District in San Marcos, California in 1999.
Gateway Pacific holds a State of California Contractors License (#517988), Class A & B, and has been pre-qualified or invited to bid for a multitude of Cities, Counties, Water Districts and Agencies. A complete list may be found on the CLIENTS page.