Cerulean Construction is a partnership between Mike Hoffman and Greg Hendsch established in 2014 as a merger between Cerulean and Hendsch Construction. This is our second partnership. The first began in 1996 with the founding of Mustard Seed Neighborhood Dev. a non-profit that built and remodeled affordable housing in Oakland and Berkeley. Mustard Seed operated until 2004, at which point we each started our own companies focusing on kitchen and bath remodeling in the East Bay. In 2014 we merged companies to form Cerulean Construction.
We offer clients close personal attention, thorough communication and high quality work at a fair price. The typical home we work in is 50 to 100 years old and requires partial or entire upgrades to plumbing, HVAC and electrical systems. Having done our own plumbing and electrical work for the last 20 years we efficiently coordinate all trades as we’re working from demo through completion. We provide accurate estimates and completion schedules knowing that not having a bathroom or kitchen is difficult.
Our team is made from long standing relationships with our employees and subs, some going back more than 20 years. Our relationships with local architects and designers go back years as well but making new connections is also important to us. Typically our clients have plans either in the conceptual phase or city approved, but if you’re just getting started we can connect you with a designer that fits your project.