Past Projects

Our Company has  recently and successfully completed projects as a prime contractor for; (1) U.S. Navy (2) U.S. Coast Guard (3) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (4) V.A. Medical Centers, (5) Department of Water Resources, State of California, (6) NASA (7) CA State Schools and Universities to name a few.

Range Control Facility at Fort Hunter Liggett, CA

(design-bid-build) - $4.2M

Range Control

“Pre Con did a great job and was very cooperative in most every aspect of the project. Not only were Pre Con efforts impressive as a contractor, but all the more so given that they are a small business. I look forward to working with Pre Con again on future contracts.” – Kirk P. Daily, P.E., CCM, Chief, Reserve Branch, US Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District (9-14-2010)


Building 20 Renovations at San Pedro, CA

design-bid-build) - $2.7M

San Pedro
“Easy to work with, has what it takes to minimize impacts to tenants” – Mark McCall, Project Manager, US Coast Guard, Seattle, WA (02-04-2007)


JOC at Camp Pendleton

(IDIQ Program Interim Evaluation) - $7M

“Pre Con Industries, Inc. is an outstanding contractor. They are off to a great start with the first year of their Rapid JOC contract…The quality of their workmanship is outstanding. Safety if of utmost importance to them...Along with more experience with government contracts I am confident that Pre Con Industries will continue to excel and I look forward to continuing a long lasting partnership with them ” – FSC Manager, Camp Pendleton (07-23-2010)


Repair Aircraft Parking Apron 4 & Taxiway C at Pt. Mugu, CA

(design-build) - $2.4M

“Pre Con did an outstanding job on this project…the project was completed in a timely manner, with no accidents or incidents...I would be glad to work on another project with Pre Con Industries, Inc.” – William Crowley, NAVAIR/NAVFAC Southwest, Port Hueneme, CA (05-09-2011)


Waste Water Treatment at YPG, AZ

(design-bid-build) - $2.9m

“Good contractor & subcontractors.” – Ernesto Elias, US Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District (3-22-2010)


Medium Range Missile Launch Facility at St. Nicolas Island, CA

(design-bid-build) - $1.8m

missle launch

This was a sole Source 8(a) contract.  The purpose of the facility was to support medium range missile training exercises; surface-to-air, and surface-to-surface from 620 to 3,000 mile distances.