On May 2, 2018, Overaa Construction broke ground on the much anticipated Zone 7 Water Agency's Ozonation Project at the Del Valle Water Treatment Plant in Livermore, California. The purpose of the ozonation project is to help maintain high-quality water by disinfecting and treating cyanotoxins...
Our employees and their families had a great time participating in the Junior Achievement of Northern California Bowl-A-Thon last Sunday. We raised more than $13,000 for this great organization which provides programs for K-12 youth to help them prepare for the real world by showing them how to...
As a commitment to advancing environment sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint, Overaa Construction recently completed the installation of 368 solar panels at our headquarters in Richmond, California.
Building the Bay Area with tenacity, kindness and passion for excellence. Whether it's getting subcontractors paid on time, putting together accurate estimates, meeting submittal schedules, swinging a hammer, or dispatching crews to 40 different job sites, these women get things done.
Estimated to eliminate nearly 10,000 metric tons of CO2 per year for the next 25 years, this solar farm in Richmond is equivalent to removing 2,081 cars from the road each year of operation.
The City of Pacific Grove completed construction of the Pacific Grove Local Water Project in 2017 via a design-build contract. The primary purpose of the project is to produce and distribute high quality recycled water to replace potable water used for non-potable water demands.
Among mid-size employers, Overaa was named the #2 Healthiest Employer by San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. Overaa received the award September 8, 2017 and was featured in an article by Isabelle Gardner. Photo by Todd Johnson.
Overaa book drive to support West County Reads is a success! The program promotes childhood literacy, increases the access of children's books and encourage children throughout the Richmond Community to read. Overaa employees collected over 1,000 books to give back to our local community.
Installing the beams today for the pedestrian bridge connector between Macy's and the Serramonte parking structure.