GLR Construction, Inc. (GLR) is an economically disadvantaged minority woman-owned SBA certified small business. Selecting GLR will help clients achieve their minority and female participation goals. GLR is a general contractor specializing in providing construction and maintenance services to federal and local government clients. Founded in 2007, GLR has been a prime contractor for numerous projects throughout California ranging from small single trade contracts to projects involving a wide variety of subcontractors at values up to $5M. As needed, GLR teams with local engineers to provide engineering and environmental services support.
Thornton Utilities LLC is GLR’s key subcontractor during construction. Thornton was originally David Thornton Electric and is experienced in all phases of Electrical Utility Construction, specializing in underground electric power systems and power distribution. They have experience on local and national building projects and have earned a reputation of being a dependable, no-nonsense developer who consistently delivers results on time and on budget. Past projects include W2SD ENDIST New England, contract no. W912WJ-13-M-0194 that required installation of electrical cables across the Bourne Bridge, over the Cape Cod Canal. They have also installed and maintained energy management systems, temperature management, light control, and refrigeration controls for multiple Walmart stores nation-wide. In addition, Thornton has replaced 3,000 amp switchgear for Sam’s Club and installed 4,000 amp switchgear and exterior lighting for Publix Supermarkets, Inc. Thornton Utilities LLC is a service disabled veteran owned small business.
Dittmann Associates Inc. was founded in 1983 and specializes in the electrical engineering and design of a wide range of electrical and electronic systems. They have been involved with more than 2900 facilities for the Armed Forces, institutional, governmental and commercial sectors in California. Dittmann has a thorough understanding of concern regarding project phasing and planning to minimize power outages during construction. They also have the capacity to perform reliability and availability studies along with coordination substation breakers, relays and fusing. They have performed numerous design projects at Vandenberg AFB to include several at the various SLC facilities, Building 2500, Building 396 and Building 1628.