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About United Building Contractors

United Building Contractors, Inc., is a General Contractor firm founded in 2001 by Jim Gilmore. The firm maintains General Engineering Contractor (A license), General Building Contractor (B license) and Warm-Air Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Contractor (C-20 license) and Roofing Contractor (C-39 license) classifications for Contractor's License #679303.

UBC has been serving Northern California providing exceptional workmanship with affordability. UBC has the capacity and experience to operate as a General Contractor, Developer and Construction Management Firm.

UBC experience encompasses the following types of projects:

  • K-12 Educational Facilities
  • College Facilities
  • Sports Complex & Fields
  • Health Buildings
  • Server Rooms
  • Special Needs Preschools
  • Parking Lot Expansions
  • Kitchen & Multipurpose Rooms
  • Theater Renovations
  • Elevator Construction
  • Fire Department Buildings
  • Transit Centers
  • Dry/Wet Utility Installation
  • Science Labs
  • Directional Drilling
  • Modular Classroom Buildings
  • Metal Buildings

UBC instills the same great determination and principles in all personnel representing the company; generating a competent, professional, resourceful workforce to ensure quality and excellence to all our clients. Our expertise and professionalism over the years has resulted in a history of successful projects and valued professional relationships.

We invite you to team up with United Building Contractors on your next vision!

"One thing that has really impressed me is the personal care with which he [Jim Gilmore] approaches each project. In my work with him, our projects are/have been very small, yet I never had the feeling that he gave our projects less attention. In fact, my experience has been that because he is interested in maintaining positive business relationships with his clients, he takes great care to provide exceptional service at a reasonable price, on every project, every time."