STRUCTURE HOME LISTED AMONG TOP 100 FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES – LA Business Journal.
December 1, 2008. Woodland Hills, CA – Structure Home, a leading custom homebuilder serving Southern California residents, was identified as among the 100 fastest-growing private companies in Los Angeles, according to the Los Angeles Business Journal. Ranked number 60, showing 86.5% growth over the previous year, Structure is the only custom homebuilder to be represented on the prestigious annual list.
The company specializes in building high-quality custom homes in preferred Southland neighborhoods such as Brentwood and Pacific Palisades, often replacing the homeowners’ previous houses on their same properties.
“We’re very proud of our inclusion in the Los Angeles Business Journal list, especially given a difficult time in the market” said company co-founder Mark Sapiro. “We’re constantly working on internal improvements, continually streamlining our systems and staying focused on the customer’s experience. I think these are what drive our growth. When customers are happy – with us, with the homebuilding process, and with their new home – they spread the word. So much of our growth has come from simple word-of-mouth.”
This is the second time in four years that Structure has been included in the Los Angeles Business Journal for their aggressive growth. They ranked number 69 on the same list in the November 2005 issue.
According to Sapiro, contributing to their growth is a unique feature of Structure Home: their total management of the entire homebuilding process, from architectural design, through all the construction phases, to final finishing of the interior design and landscaping. This comprehensive single-source coordination, referred to as “StructureSource™,” simplifies the process and minimizes the customers’ need to find and manage suppliers, source and select fixtures and materials and watch over the entire construction effort.
“We are constantly being told by prospective customers that they were referred by previous customers because we made things so much easier on them, completely unlike their experiences with other builders,” said Sapiro. “So it pays to be customer-centric in your business model!”