LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--City Constructors, one of Los Angeles’ premier general contracting companies, today announced a new name and visual identity, marking a new era for the company as it looks towards the future. The company, which was founded in 2003, will now be called Reaume Richardson.
Reaume Richardson will be led by current founder and CEO Bryson Reaume, and Evan Richardson. Mr. Richardson, who joined the company in 2005 and has served in multiple capacities, most recently as Vice President, will become President of the company.
“I am proud to formally introduce Reaume Richardson into the marketplace. Our rebrand is a testament to our achievements to-date, and speaks to our capacity for continued long-term success,” said Bryson Reaume, Founder and CEO of Reaume Richardson.
“We embarked on this rebrand process over one year ago, and feel the significance of this moment now. We are stepping into this new chapter with an expanded executive team, a new president, and an exciting list of current and future projects,” concluded Reaume.
Reaume Richardson has a rich history in Los Angeles. The company began in tenant improvement projects, and quickly gained a reputation as a leader in adaptive reuse in Downtown Los Angeles’ historic core. Some of its most notable buildings and projects in the area include The Rowan, El Dorado, and Douglas Buildings – all on Spring St. – as well as the Roosevelt Hotel, the Bradbury Building, and the ROW DTLA.
The company’s current projects include a total overhaul of the historic Pacific Stock Exchange building, often referred to as the Wall Street of the West, the Globe Theatre building on Broadway, and the Lane Mortgage Building, a twelve floor mixed-use, adaptive reuse project situated on the corner of 8th and Spring Street in Downtown Los Angeles.
“I am thrilled to take on the role of President in this exciting time for our company,” said Evan Richardson. “With our new name, we want to convey that our experience is behind everything we do. When you work with us, you are getting the benefit of both Bryson and my experience because we are directly involved in every project,” he concluded.
As part of its new name and visual identity, the company also announced an expanded leadership team. It recently welcomed back Shawn Shawmlou, an early employee of the company, as Chief Operating Officer, and hired Jim Brain, an industry veteran, as Vice President of Preconstruction. The company anticipates it will continue hiring to meet increased demand for its services.