AWARD WINNING SEISMIC ENGINEERS

About Us

With over 40 years of combined construction experience, the Army of Builders is here to ensure that LA building owners have the solutions that they need to ensure that their buildings are safe, secure, and, most importantly, seismically protected. Throughout our time in business, we’ve set our sights on one primary goal–to ensure that every building in LA, whether new construction, a remodel, or a seismic retrofit for a soft-story high rise protected against the increasing threat of an earthquake. Through our in-house engineering services, our dedicated team of industry professionals, our on-site team of builders, foremen, and engineers, and our customer support staff, Army of Builders always ready to deliver.

soft story retrofit
seismic retrofit

What Is A Soft-StoryRetrofit?

 

Buildings constructed before 1978, according to outdated building codes, are vulnerable to possible earthquakes. However, the times have changed, and earthquake protection has become more and more crucial for new constructions. But when it comes to protecting your older, soft-story building, these buildings are more prone to damage and collapse. We provide a soft-story retrofit solution designed to strengthen the first story or the soft-story, to ensure that we can improve the building’s seismic performance dramatically.

New Constructions & Remodels

 

Today’s building technology is as advanced as it has ever been, and we always place earthquake protection and seismic performance as a priority with new construction, soft-story retrofit, and renovation projects. Our team of engineers ensures that your structure is safe from damage and collapse.

 

Our Mission

 

At Army of Builders, our mission is simple – we’re focused on delivering outstanding results for our clients through the performance of their buildings when it counts. Our goal is to ensure that our clients save time, money, and lives when tragedy hits by being structurally sound and seismically prepared.

 

 

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Permitted jobs

100K

Cubic yards of cement used

200K

Tons of steel used

28.5K

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