Advance Construction Technologies

So. Cal : (949) 502-5355
No. Cal: (415) 235-6551

CA LICENSE #797379 A, B, C-36


About Us

Advanced Construction Technologies (ACT) is a diverse construction company that specializes in environmental and geotechnical construction and engineering. ACT has extensive experience providing solutions for specialized construction projects, encompassing everything from installation of engineered gas vapor barriers to oil well abandonment to general construction.

Serving California & Beyond

Across southern California, there is great need for environmental engineering and installation. In early 2000, Riverside County started developing the Chinco/Norco area, leading to methane pollution from the dairy farms that used to be there. From Orange County to Huntington Beach to Los Angeles, oil wells popped up and this required methane gas mitigation and code development. As the environmental industry has grown, we have too and we bring our expertise as a multi-million dollar company to design and install these systems nationwide.

Experience You Can Trust

ACT's management team includes licensed civil geotechnical engineers and licensed contractors. We stress customer service and employ individuals who share this goal. Clients commend ACT for attention to detail, timeline, and budget.

Let Us Handle It

Going beyond the competition, we offer full electrical, plumbing, and general contracting licensing. All of our in-house engineering staff is state-recognized and we do not subcontract. Plus, we also have an outdoor waste certificate. It might take up to eight other companies to do what we can do by ourselves.

We Work With:
• Developers
• Landowners
• Property Managers
• Homeowners Associations
• Home Builders
• Engineers
• General Contractors
• Attorneys

Past Projects Include:
• Schools
• Hospitals
• Strip Malls
• Condos
• Multi-Family Homes
• Single-Family Homes
• Apartments


Past Clients Include:
• City of Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety
• Department of Toxic Substances Control
• Orange County Fire Authority
• Environmental Protection Agency
• San Francisco Department of Public Health