Valdez Construction is an 8(a) certified full-service general contractor that has been operating in Washington State since 1999. Valdez Construction has earned a reputation for providing high quality, affordable construction services. Their ability to self-perform most aspect of civil construction gives them a distinct advantage over other companies.
Valdez Construction was started by Ryan Valdez, president, and was joined by Jason Gentry, vice-president, in 2004. Today, this growing company is based in Oak Harbor, Washington, but works on a wide scope of projects, including public and private construction projects.
Valdez Construction strives to provide safe, efficient and high quality services. Their experienced team is given the necessary resources and modern-day equipment, allowing them to complete any size of project – albeit it small or large –on time and within budget.
Valdez Construction takes great pride in providing positive and consistent results to clients. They pay attention to details, ensuring successful project completions. Valdez Construction’s commitment is simple:combine high quality work with cost efficient pricing, while simultaneously meeting schedules and time constraints.
An industry leader in complete site development, installing underground utilities and completing heavy road construction throughout Washington, Idaho and the Pacific Northwest, Valdez Construction.
Proud Members of The Skagit/Island Counties Builders Association (SICBA)
Valdez Construction focuses on ensuring customer satisfaction. The reason Valdez Construction has become a successful general contractor is because they focus on putting customers first. Striving to ensure customer satisfaction, they place clients first and work to complete design modifications, challenging projects and meet rigid deadlines. Valdez Construction’s ultimate goal is that customers are satisfied with the end construction result.
To make sure customers are fully satisfied, Valdez Construction focuses on the following areas of construction development: