Hal Hays Construction, Inc.

Riverside, California 92501
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Our Story

In 1991, following a successful 21 year-long career in his family’s business, Hal Hays founded Hal Hays Forestry with 1 bulldozer, 1 excavator, and 1 truck, and began work in forestry services, wildland firefighting, and ecosystem rehabilitation.

In 2002, seeking more challenge, Hal established Hal Hays Construction, Inc. (HHCI) to provide heavy civil construction, utility work, road rehabilitation, recreational area development, and wetland restoration to county and local governments.

By 2007, through hard work and perseverance, the HHCI team was successfully designing, constructing and modernizing critical facilities and infrastructure for all branches of the Department of Defense, US Homeland Security, US Veterans Affairs, US Forest Service, and the National Park Service.

Our portfolio grew to include hospitals, airfields, utilities, roadways, training camps, secured facilities, bomb targets, hangars, towers, aircraft wash racks, armories, barracks, battalion headquarters, electrical transmission, bridges, dining halls, and educational facilities.


What We Do

Products and Services

Blue Book Network Classifications

We can be found under the following Blue Book Network Classifications.

Commercial Construction Project Specializations

Airport Runway
Assisted Living
Athletic Field
City / Town Hall
Club House / Community Center
Court House
Design Build
Fire / Police Station
Industrial Maintenance
Medical Office
Mixed Use
Non-Residential Building
Park / Playground
Parking Lots
Road / Highway
School / College / University
Terminal - Airport / Bus / Railroad

Company Information

Year Established:
Labor Affiliation:
Annual Volume:
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Company Size:
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Service Sector:
Public Private
Typical Project Size:
From $2 to $2,000,000,000
Project Types:
Interior Fit-Ups

Associations & Memberships

AGC (Associated General Contractors)
Associated Builders and Contractors
Associated Builders and Contractors
Southern California Chapter

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