Voted One Of The Best

We are thrilled and humbled to be given the title of one of ‘The Best General Contractors in Palo Alto, California’ by GC Magazine. We know there are many outstanding builders in Silicon Valley, therefore we are honored to be featured at the top of the list. We will continue doing the work we love and striving to improve everyday. 

Excerpt of The Best General Contractors in Palo Alto, California

by GC Magazine’s Editorial Staff 

Timeline Design + Build

14401 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, CA 95070

Timeline Design + Build has built custom homes and remodels mainly in Los Altos, Menlo Park, Woodside, Portola Valley, Palo Alto, Mountain View, and Saratoga since 1990. Its customized process begins with a detailed and accurate quote and a thorough design process. The team then uses its three-dimensional rendering tool to bring those designs to vivid virtual life. Then, its talented partner architects bring that vision into reality. For the construction phase, Timeline starts with an extremely detailed pre-construction process and project review then handles all of the bureaucracy of permitting and city approval.

Timeline’s founder, Matthew Harrigan, has been working in construction since the age of 16 and is a Procore Certified Project Manager. He studied electrical engineering before moving on to civil engineering. The firm focuses on detailed pre-planning and coordination with all stakeholders, utilizing Harrigan’s expertise in interior design, architecture, and construction. Under his leadership, Timeline has received a multitude of awards from the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) and the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).

Timeline’s portfolio reflects a variety of architectural and design movements such as this Los Altos custom home. The craftsman and prairie style home is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House as well as the client’s passion for nature photography, designed with beautiful wood elements reminiscent of the National Forests the client has visited.

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