New Construction



Riggins Construction & Management, Inc. has a rich history of designing and erecting new buildings in Orange County, California. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing a finished building where there once was only an empty site, its potential yet unfulfilled.

Orange County doesn't have a whole lot of blank lots left, so our more recent projects mainly include design-build projects; hop over there to see more variety.



Click through to see some of our featured new construction projects.

Carlsbad Research Center

Riggins Construction & Management, Inc. constructed a 31,200 SF two-story industrial / office facility in the city of Carlsbad located on a 1.78 acre site.

The structure was erected on a terraced corner lot which required 6,000 cubic yards of earthcut and 1,690 cubic yards of fill material in order to level the site for construction.

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17101 Murphy Avenue

Riggins Construction & Management, Inc. completed construction of this 19,923 industrial tilt up located in central Irvine for Moson Properties.

Located in a prime Irvine location, this high identity corporate headquarters / warehouse facility includes many features and offers the latest in industrial tilt-up design.

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Laursen
Laursen Color Labs

Riggins Construction & Management, Inc. was awarded a construction management contract to work with the owner and architect during the design and construction of a two-story photographic processing facility and retail space.

We were proud to have renovated this building for a second time when it became Irvine Photographics and for a third time when it was leased to Fisker Automotive. This building has since been sold.

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Danly Engineering
Danly Engineering

Mr. & Mrs. Hoblick contracted with Riggins Construction & Management, Inc. to coordinate the design and construction of their 25 year old structural steel firm.

This 6,000 square foot facility was constructed of split-face gray masonry block. Three-score material was installed on the lower portion of the building haloed by a feature band separating it from the basic material.

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