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incorporated in 1975

A unique specialty contractor providing full service sprinkler systems

 

Contracting since 1975, XL has had the opportunity to work with numerous general contractors and owners on a wide variety of types and sizes of buildings and systems that have been either newly installed or retrofit with the company’s top quality sprinkler systems. These projects include hotels, movie studios, airports, high rise office buildings, refrigerated storage buildings, apartments and condominiums, theaters, schools, universities, and hospitals.

 

XL is consistently one of the first companies to use new products available to the industry. This coupled with a $12,000,000.00 bonding capacity enables us to remain competitive in the marketplace and at the same time satisfy the needs and requirements of the job.

 

Some of the contractors for which we have installed fire sprinkler systems include:

BALFOUR BEATTY CONSTRUCTION

CLARK CONSTRUCTION

DPR CONSTRUCTION

HATHAWAY DINWIDDIE
HENSEL PHELPS

KCS WEST CONSTRUCTION

MATT CONSTRUCTION

PANKOW BUILDERS
PCL CONSTRUCTION
SNYDER LANGSTON

SWINERTON BUILDERS

TURNER CONSTRUCTION

 

XL also contracts directly with owners such as:

 
BEDROSIANS

DISNEY COMPANIES

HERBALIFE

HOAG HOSPITAL
IRVINE COMPANY

KAISER PERMANENTE

 

PELICAN HILLS RESORT & SPA

PROVIDENCE HOLY CROSS MEDICAL CENTER

ST. JOHN KNITS

ST. JOSEPHS HOSPITAL

ST. JUDE HOSPITAL

ST. MARY’S HOSPITAL

 

 

Some of the larger work includes the hotels and casinos in Las Vegas at the Sahara, the Aladdin, the Desert Inn, the Orleans and the Suncoast. HOTELS & RESORTS IN California INCLUDE, the Hyatt, Monarch Beach RESORT & SPA, Crowne Plaza HOTEL, Marriott HOTEL, PELICAN HILLS RESORT & SPA AND  THE FOUR SEASONS RESORT - WESTLAKE VILLAGE. XL has completed projects at Fox Studios, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS, Manhattan Beach Studios AND DISNEYLAND RESORT.

 

One of the more challenging jobs was SEA LAUNCH in the Long Beach Middle Harbor. It was a launching platform for satellites and for rocket fueling. This was a preaction system with a fire pump but it was 100 feet in the air and required a boom lift for our crew to reach it.

 

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