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Residential Construction Management in Pacific Palisades, CA

Pacific Palisades Residential Construction Management Projects

Commercial Residences
As an objective, experienced residential Owner’s Representative in Pacific Palisades, Stonemark has earned the respect of clients as well as top architects, builders, attorneys and business managers throughout California by ensuring the successful delivery of complex projects in the last 20 years. Our portfolio includes high-value residential homes & estates throughout the affluent and exclusive enclaves of Pacific Palisades and nearby Malibu, Santa Monica, Bel Air, Westwood and Brentwood. If you are interested to know about our commercial projects, visit our portfolio for Pacific Palisades Commercial Projects.Stonemark residential construction management in Pacific Palisades educates and leads owners through the challenges of design and construction while protecting their best interests first and foremost. We believe in controlling the cost, schedule and quality of fine architecture without sacrifice to the original vision of each project. Our communications and management expertise result in a positive construction experience and substantial client savings. We help our clients save time and money – and bring a harmonious approach to construction in the challenging environment of Pacific Palisades, CA.
Our Work

My company has worked with Stonemark over many years on a number of projects for the Vercal Building. Originally constructed in the 1930's, the aging 220,000 SF building had an assortment of complex problems. Stonemark delivered the highest level of expertise and professionalism from planning, budgeting and construction to close-out. Their design and construction management of our multi-phase project resulted in a beautifully updated building. Today we have a property we are very proud of.

Chris Jacques, Owner
Vercal Building
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