Falkbuilt Expands Innovative Digital Component Construction Capabilities to California Central Valley and Ventura, Los Angeles and Orange Counties
Falkbuilt has announced a strategic expansion of its West Coast U.S. presence to include key markets in California. Those new markets encompass the state’s Central Valley as well as the counties of Ventura, Los Angeles and Orange.
The concept also results in significantly reduced waste from project start to finish as well as no on-site dust and clean-up with a toxin-free installation. Key Falkbuilt capabilities include architectural and design support, VR/AR space visualization, a wide range of finishes and materials, and custom component libraries.
“We are very excited to extend the Digital Component Construction concept to these important and dynamic markets in California,” said JR Purnell, Sales Executive for Falkbuilt. “It’s a highly innovative approach that follows the same basic process as conventional construction with precision manufacturing of components in our factory, but more quickly and with dramatically lower freight and installation costs. Simply speaking, Digital Component Construction is conventional construction on steroids.”
Co-founded by industry pioneers Mogens Smed and Barrie Loberg, Falkbuilt manufactures a full array of quality interior construction components including partition systems, doors, interior folding walls and more for use in commercial, educational, healthcare, public and residential buildings across North America and around the world.
Falkbuilt representatives are now located in Fresno, Bakersfield, Los Angeles and Newport Beach. For more information on Falkbuilt, including its new locations in California, visit www.falkbuilt.com.
Falkbuilt Inc. (Falk) is a privately held Digital Component Construction company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Digital Component Construction is a new way of approaching interior construction that combines long-proven construction methods with new next-gen technology to build beautiful, high-performing and cost-effective environments. Digital Component Construction follows the same process as conventional construction—but far faster, more efficiently and cost effectively. www.falkbuilt.com
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