History

Founded in 1946 by Leonard Fullmer, Fullmer Construction is one of the pioneers of the construction industry in Southern California. Since its inception, Fullmer has built over 2,100 buildings, over 140,000,000 square feet and thousands of relationships with clients, developers and employees. Starting with building homes, today Fullmer has taken its expertise to the construction of medical office buildings, business center, private campuses, industrial buildings and retail centers as well as into the tenant improvement and infrastructure fields.

1946
Leonard Fullmer founds Fullmer Construction with the building of custom homes.
1958
Fullmer completes first tilt-up buildings. One of the pioneers of the tilt-up concept.
1958-63
Fullmer continues to build both custom homes and industrial buildings.
1963
Begins exclusive commercial and industrial construction.
1973-74
Three sons Jim, Bob and Gary Fullmer join the Company.
1987
Begins Private Campus construction with Voyager's Bible Church.
1989
Begins Tenant Improvement division.
1995
Begins Stand Alone Office construction.
2004
Begins Medical Office Building construction with four concrete tilt-up medical office buildings for Newport Medical Plaza.
2005-06
Begins Solar and LEED construction with Prologis (solar project) and Contessa Foods (solar and LEED).
2006
Bradley J. Anderson becomes a shareholder.
2009
Fullmer completes Stirling’s Global Access Lot 1, at 1,000,000 square feet it is classified as the largest LEED building in the world.
2012
The Fullmer Management Team is created: Bob Fullmer (President), Gary Fullmer (Vice President), Brad Anderson (Vice President, Construction), Gered Yetter (Chief Financial Officer), Paige Fullmer West (Managing Director, Business Development), Casey Jones (Project Manager), Mike Mitchell (Project Manager), Matt MacRitchie (Head of Estimating Dept.), Kevin Molle (Senior Preconstruction Services) and Ashley Fullmer (Manager, Project Administration).
2014
Gered R. Yetter & Paige Fullmer West become members of the Board of Directors.
2016
Fullmer Construction celebrates its 70th anniversary.
2017
Fullmer completes Westlake Park Place, the project with the longest timeframe in Fullmer's history (2006-2016) and also the largest in Stand Alone Offices portfolio (8 buildings at 462,000 square feet; new corporate headquarters for Dole Packaged Foods, Sugar Foods and PennyMac).
2017
Fullmer completes new state-of-the-art corporate headquarters for Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A.

Leonard Fullmer1946: Leonard Fullmer founds Fullmer Construction with the building of custom homes.

1958: Fullmer completes first tilt-up buildings. One of the pioneers of the tilt-up concept.

1958-1963: Fullmer continues to build both custom homes and industrial buildings.

1963: Begins exclusive commercial and industrial construction.

1973-1974: Three sons Jim, Bob and Gary Fullmer join the Company.

1987: Begins Private Campus construction with Voyager's Bible Church.

1989: Begins Tenant Improvement division.

1995: Begins Stand Alone Office construction. 

2004: Begins Medical Office Building construction with four concrete tilt-up medical office buildings for Newport Medical Plaza.

2005 – 2006: Begins Solar and LEED construction with Prologis (solar project) and Contessa Foods (solar and LEED).

2006: Bradley J. Anderson becomes shareholder.

2009: Fullmer completes Stirling’s Global Access Lot 1. At 1,000,000 square feet it is classified as the largest LEED building in the world.

2012: The Fullmer Management Team is created: Bob Fullmer (President), Gary Fullmer (Vice President), Brad Anderson (Vice President, Construction), Gered Yetter (Chief Financial Officer), Paige Fullmer West (Managing Director, Business Development), Casey Jones (Project Manager), Mike Mitchell (Project Manager), Matt MacRitchie (Head of Estimating Dept.), Kevin Molle (Senior Preconstruction Services) and Ashley Fullmer (Manager, Project Administration).

2014: Gered R. Yetter & Paige Fullmer West become members of the Board of Directors. 

2016: Fullmer Construction celebrates its 70th anniversary. 

2017: Fullmer completes Westlake Park Place, the project with the longest timeframe in Fullmer's history (2006-2016) and also the largest in Stand Alone Offices portfolio (8 buildings at 462,000 square feet; new corporate headquarters for Dole Packaged Foods, Sugar Foods and PennyMac).

2017: Fullmer completes new state-of-the-art corporate headquarters for Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A.