THE TEAM YOU KNOW AND TRUST IS NOW THE COFFEY BUILDING GROUP!
Coffey Building Group was launched in December 2013. However, the Coffey Building Group Management Team has been working together for over 30 years.
In our 8 years The Coffey Building Group has successfully completed numerous sizeable projects in the Central and Northern California Regions. Recent projects include The Sawyer Hotel at DOCO, Adventist Health Headquarters Roseville, the San Jose State University Aquatics Center and most recently The 10th & O DGS building and Natural Resource Center in downtown Sacramento.
Coffey Building Group has numerous completed and ongoing projects with Kaiser Permanente, Dignity Health, Sutter Health, Bank of America and Intel.
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DRIVEN BY INNOVATION AND CRAFTSMANSHIP, DEDICATED TO CUSTOMER SERVICE
Coffey Building Group is a Union subcontractor performing Metal Stud Framing, Drywall, Acoustical Ceilings & specialty finishes, Fireproofing, Lath and Plaster.
Working together for the past several years our management team has become known for their dedication to the success of the client's projects.
Our team has consistently met timelines, and offered great value in high quality construction services through effective preconstruction participation, value engineering, cost effective pricing, and our experienced project management teams.
We employ a tremendous depth of knowledge in the means and methods of the projects and services we provide. Our project expertise minimizes our clients oversight during the performance of our work, and our trade knowledge and experience add significant value to our client's projects.
The Coffey Building Group is built upon a foundation of six Core Values:
News & Information
12/1/20 - Coffey Building Group has been awarded the contract from S+B James Construction for Metal Stud Framing, Drywall, Taping, and Acoustical Ceilings for their Kaiser Foundation 501 J Street project. This project will include new offices, conference rooms, and workstations in the existing TI space.
10/20/20 - CBG is excited to join the team of Clark/Sullivan Construction on the new West Park High School project in Roseville, CA. Coffey Building Group will be completing the Acoustical Ceiling and Wall Panels for this project beginning in May 2021.
2/10/20 - The Coffey Building Group team is proud to announce a new contract with Flint Builders. CBG will be completing the Metal Stud Framing, Drywall and Acoustical Ceilings for the medical clinic renovation and tenant improvements on the second floor of the UC Davis Health building located in Roseville, CA. This project is due to be compted in December 2020.
1/23/20- Coffey Building Group is very excited to be a part of the Hensel Phelps Construction Co. team on the 10th & O Office Building for the Department of General Services. CBG will be performing the Building Insulation, Firesafing, Design-Build Metal Stud Framing, and Gypsum Board System on this 10 story, 472,600 sf building. Construction is due to be completed in April 2021.
8/14/19 - The Coffey Building Group Team has been awarded the contract from Turner Construction for the Headquarters of the Department of Natural Resources, Department of Water Resources, the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. CBG is performing Acoustical and Specialty Ceilings for this 20-story, 838,000sf office which will be a new home for more than 3,500 employees across multiple state agencies. Construction is due to be completed early 2021.
1/24/19 - Coffee Building Group will be working with the Whiting-Turner Team on Natomas Crossing, a four-story office building, in Sacramento, CA. CBG to compete Metal Framing, Drywall, Insulation, Lath and Plaster on this 500,000 sf structure due to be complete in 2020.
1/4/19 - CBG awarded the contract for Metal Framing, Drywall, Tape Finish, and Insulation on the New Conta Costa County Administration Building in Martinez, CA. This contract with Hensel Phelps Construction Co. is a two-building project consisting of a four-story, 71,000 sf Administrative Building, and a two-story, 38,000 sf Emergency Operations Center.