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In 1953 in Sacramento, CA, Fred Anderson opened the doors to his fledgling company, Anderson Lumber. From those modest beginnings, Pacific Coast Building Products (PCBP) was born. Over the ensuing years Fred, and later, Dave Lucchetti, the company’s president since 1978, purchased and founded building product-related businesses. By the time of Fred’s death in 1997, the company had expanded into other cities and states; today PCBP is a holding company for its wholly-owned subsidiaries that operate 70-plus locations that can be found in Hawaii to the west, Colorado to the east, Canada to the north and all points in between.

None of this growth and expansion would have been possible without the scores of talented employees, along with our valued customers and partners who have been with PCBP every step of the way. PCBP is deeply grateful for their confidence and commitment to our organization, over the past 60 years and into the future.

• Rob Lynch, retired VSP Global CEO, joins PCBP's Board of Directors. READ MORE...
Now Offering AIA Seminars in Canada
• Any of our Continuing Education seminars (with the exception of plant tours) are now being offered in Canada. You'll receive AIBC credit. Register today!
New Seminars:
• Pacific Coast has developed new Continuing Education Seminars. Check out the new BAS 201 - Why Concrete Masonry? and PAB 005 - Understanding GA-214: Recommended Levels of Gypsum Board Finish. View our list of seminars and register here.
Case Studies allow homeowners and contractors to learn about how Pacific Coast Building Products subsidiaries can help solve actual problems and view the results.
Case Study #3: Pabco Roofing Premier Advantage gives the Star House the durability needed for the home to weather the brutal California coastal elements while remaining an attractive solution. READ MORE...
Case Study #2: Basalite interlocking pavement replaces asphalt pavement. READ MORE...
Case Study #1: Basalite Hardscapes replace natural stone.
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