In 1994, Swinerton was on the scene north of Los Angeles restoring areas hammered by the Northridge quake. Through all those critical periods, and drastic fluctuations in the economy, Swinerton has maintained a culture of innovation by pioneering new technology and expanding into new markets.
"Swinerton has survived and thrived throughout 125 years because of [its] willingness to adapt and a keen awareness of transformative building trends," says Mike Re, CEO of the employee-owned company. "This combination of flexibility and foresight has led to winning strategies, from the boardroom to the jobsite."
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