Grand Opening of Union Rescue Mission Angeles House

Grand Opening | Angeles House has officially opened its doors! Union Rescue Mission - Los Angeles has been in full operation, serving families in need and giving them a safe place for a fresh start.


Back in January of 2019, PNG Builders submitted our Request for Proposal on this special project. After roughly a year of preconstruction, Union Rescue Mission, PDA Architects/HED, and PNG Builders celebrated the Ground Breaking Ceremony in February 2020 – mere weeks before the national stay-at-home order rolled out across the nation. It goes without saying that this project saw a few challenges.


Fast forward to April 2022, PNG couldn’t be prouder of the team who carried this project past the finish line.


Thank you to Union Rescue Mission - Los Angeles for choosing PNG Builders as your general contractor.


Special thanks to our amazing project management team:
Steve Mathison, President
Picasso Bhowmik, Vice President
P. David Pulley, Chief Estimator
Quyen Trinh, Senior Estimator
Bob Chavez, Superintendent
Karan Joi Russell, Assistant Project Manager
Anthony Hernandez, Project Engineer
Dawn McNeal, Project Administrator


Lastly, we want to thank our partners in the industry:
Edward Don & Company
K&S Air Conditioning
Miller Plumbing, Inc.
Nevell Group, Inc.
Pacific Interior Electric
PSI | Pacific Systems Interiors, Inc.
RDA Landscape Architecture, PC
Sturgeon Electric Company, Inc.
Universal Metro, Inc.
VFS Fire & Security Services


Union Rescue Mission is dedicated to embracing men, women, and children experiencing homelessness. Their mission is to give hope and healing for a changed life. The Angeles House facility offers emergency services, gateway projects, life-transformation ministry, hope gardens family center, clinics, and learning centers.

Project Update | OneLegacy Headquarters

Project Update | In the home stretch! OneLegacy's new headquarters in Azusa is moving along nicely and in the final stages. Striping on the helipad was completed today. Progress in the interior spaces includes finishes, carpet, and tile. Over the next few weeks, the team will continue site improvement and courtyard landscaping, paving, and decorative stone finishes in the Healing Garden. Great job, team!

Project Flashback | Spacecraft Assembly Facility High Bay

Did you know? Back in 2007, PNG Builders built the Spacecraft Assembly Facility High Bay – the very facility where the James Webb Telescope was assembled, built, and tested. Just last December, satellite and telescope equipment that was built within these very walls was launched into space – today giving us the most incredible photography of our solar system and beyond.


This ground-up facility, built in just thirteen months, was constructed specifically for the James Webb Space Telescope. Project phases included engineering, plan check, permitting, and construction. The work included a 90-foot-tall, 3,500 s.f. Satellite High-Bay ISO 4 Cleanroom addition and seismic rehabilitation.