Our History

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1986

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction, Inc.) builds
the Sacramento, California office of fp Label Company.

1987

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction, Inc.) delivers
the Sutter Home Winery distribution center in Napa, California.

1988

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction,
Inc.) delivers the Seimens Duewag facility in Sacramento, California.

1989

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction,
Inc.) completes construction of the Rancho
Cordova branch of Mercy Healthcare Sacramento.

1990

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction,
Inc.) builds the Tribute Road Corporate Center
in Sacramento, California.

1991

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction,
Inc.) delivers the Stuart Hall Company facility
in Woodland, California.

1992

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction,
Inc.) completes construction on the Mazda parts
distribution center in Woodland, California.

1993

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction,
Inc.) finishes construction on the Stationers
Distributing Company distribution center in
Sacramento, California.

1994

Alston Construction (DBA Boomer Construction,
Inc.) begins work on the Golden Eagle Distributing
office in Rocklin, California.

1995

Alston Construction (DBA Boomer Construction, Inc.)
delivers a warehouse for Mondavi Wine.

1996

Construction on two facilities for Monterey Jet
Centers featuring two hangers each begins in
Monterey, California.

1997

Alston Construction (DBA Nathan Construction,
Inc.) begins work on an 80,000 square-foot
retail facility for Friedman Brothers in
Ukiah, California.

1998

Alston Construction is incorporated. Three companies
come together to form Alston Construction – Boomer
Construction, Inc., Loorz, Inc. and PCM Builders, Inc.

1999

April 1999 saw the first contract initiated as Alston
Construction. Alston also completes the 767,770-square-foot
Hewlett-Packard facility in Roseville, California.

2000

Alston Construction started its work with government
entities in 2000, building the William Ridgeway
Courthouse in Sacramento. This would lead the way to
several other government projects for city, county,
state and federal government clients.

2001

Alston Construction completes its first education
project at Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento.
The SMAT wing, as it was called, included state-of-the-art
laboratories and a media studio. This project was a
finalist for the AGC California Building competition.
To date, Alston Construction has completed double-digit
projects for education clients.

2002

Alston Construction completes construction
on the 210,000 square-foot Jack in the Box
distribution center in Dallas, Texas

2003

Another large government project completed for the
Small Business Administration. The unique project
featured bomb blast protection windows and security
measures throughout the facility.

2004

Alston Construction completes construction on a
257,400-square-foot warehouse and distribution
facility for Strategic Partners in Dallas, Texas.

2005

Alston Construction completes the first of more
than 20 retail projects. Harvest Junction in Colorado
is built and includes a Bed, Bath & Beyond and Michael’s
retail stores. Alston has completed more than 50 retail
projects since this time.

2006

Alston Construction completes I-Port 12 in
Carteret, NJ – Alston’s first 1 million
square-foot industrial facility. It was built
on an existing brownfield, with more than 8,000
piles driven into the ground.
Alston Construction completes its first
healthcare project. Northbay Medical in Fairfield,
CA was Alston’s first OSHPDIII project. Since
then, Alston has completed more than 30
healthcare projects.

2007

Alston Construction is proud to build its first
green building, Houston’s Beltway Office Building
which earns LEED Silver certification.

2008

Alston Construction completes construction on
Piemonte at Ontario Center, an urban village where
residential, business, entertainment, sports, retail
and dining combine into a hub of activity for residents,
employees and visitors alike.

2009

Alston Construction completes both its largest and
smallest projects to date: A 1,504,800 square-foot
industrial building for Whirlpool in McDonough, GA
and a 12,000 square-foot WEAVE center for abused
women in Sacramento.

2010

Alston Construction begins work on Catholic
Healthcare West, a project fully rendered in BIM.

2011

Finished our 1st residential Apartment Complex
in Keller, Tx (Arthouse)

2012

Constructed one of our most unique projects – a
“Bat Cave” for the Nature Conservancy in Clarksville,
TN (our second project with the Nature Conservancy…the
first was a LEED Platinum project)

2013

Alston Construction completes one of the largest
single-story buildings in the Mississippi/ Memphis
market and the second largest SF project undertaken
by the company. The 1,300,000- SF distribution
facility in Olive Branch, MS was completed for
Helen of Troy Limited.

2014

Alston Construction takes pride in announcing
our new name – Alston Construction. Although our
name has changed, our foundation of excellence
and success will remain the same.

2015

In 2015, Alston started or completed five projects
that were more than 1 MILLION Square Feet.

2016

Alston Construction is celebrating 30 years of building on our promise!

To say we’ve built it before may be factual, but it’s not why our clients choose us.

Many construction companies offer a diverse background of general contracting, construction management and design-build experience spanning nearly any industry. Most will also tout their tens of millions of square-feet of new construction work completed each year. Others will list their most recognizable clients as reasons for your business.

We could do that too, but we’d rather talk about why we’ve been successful, not what we’ve done for others.

We believe the success of any project depends upon a strong builder-client relationship and a commitment to establishing common goals and objectives from the start.

We are proud to perform work for owners with whom we have developed lasting relationships. That’s why roughly 80% of our work comes from repeat clients.

Our overall goal is to provide quality, cost-efficient projects that leave a positive experience for our clients.

Our network of offices allows us to provide clients with the best building methods and materials available, and do so at a competitive price.

We could go on. But if you’re reading this, you’re probably looking for a partner to build your project, and you have a timeline to keep. If you’d like to learn more you can review the Alston timeline and see some milestones for our company. Or, you can view our Office Locator to speak with someone in your area.

Our rapid and successful growth since our beginnings in 1986 is a testament to the strength of our service, the quality of our people, and the unwavering trust and unparalleled vision of our clients.