Pacific Coast Building Products' First 65 Years of Milestones

1953

1953-1959

1953

1959

  • Pacific Shingle Company acquired

1960-1969

1960

  • Drywall Supply acquired

1961

1965

  • Pacific Coast Wood Products, Inc. acquired

1966

  • Durbin Drywall acquired

1969

  • Ace Roofing Company acquired

1970-1975

1970

  • Pacific Supply in Santa Clara, CA acquired
  • Arcade Insulation established

1971

1972

  • Acquired partial ownership of California Gypsum Products

1973

  • Merger of PCWP/Drywall Supply/Durbin Supply

1975

1976

1976-1979

1976

  • Acquired Gladding, McBean in Corona, CA and Gladding, McBean (est. 1875) in Lincoln, CA
  • Alcal in Modesto acquired
  • Balance of California Gypsum in Newark, CA acquired
  • Name changed to Pacific Coast Building Products, Inc.
  • C&C Supply in Milpitas, CA acquired

1977

  • PABCO Gypsum in Las Vegas, NV and South Gate, CA, acquired
  • California Gypsum in Newark, CA merged into PCBP

1978

  • Discomart, Inc. in Las Vegas, NV acquired
  • Fred Anderson resigned as President of company; Dave
    Lucchetti elected President & Chief Operations Officer

1979

  • Nevada division of Basalite Block (previously Glass
    Mountain Block) acquired Basalite Block (est. approx.
    1924 as Basalt Rock Co.) in Napa, CA. acquired
1980

1980-1985

1980

  • HC Muddox (est. 1878) in Sacramento, CA acquired

1982

  • Coker Trucking acquired
  • Shasta Block acquired
  • Opened Pacific Supply in Stockton, CA (first branch
    to be built by company)

1984

  • Pacific Supply in San Francisco, CA opened
  • PABCO Paper in Vernon, CA acquired
  • Joint venture formed with Italian manufacturer
    to establish Dibiten USA
  • PABCO Roofing plants in Tacoma, WA and Richmond, CA acquired

1985

1986

1986-1989

1986

1987

  • Pacific Supply in Fresno and Visalia, CA acquired
  • San Jose Brick acquired

1988

1990

1990-1995

1990

  • Interstate Brick (est. 1891) in West Jordan, UT, acquired
  • Diamond Lumber Yards (est. 1889) acquired (6 Yards)

1992

  • Alcal in Hawaii opened, marking the expansion into
    the Pacific Rim

1993

  • Basalite purchased existing plant in Tracy, CA & Kratzer
    Interlocking Stone
    s in Marysville, CA
  • Kratzer plant moved to Tracy
  • Established annual Adopt-a-Family program at all PCBP
    locations to service families in need

1994

  • Recognized by Forbes as one of the top 500 privately
    owned companies

1995

  • Westblock Pacific formed, a joint venture with Westblock
    Products of Oregon
    (two plants in Portland, OR & one plant in DuPont, WA)
1996

1996-1999

1996

  • Drywall Products of Denver Inc. and Drywall Products
    Inc.
    of Colorado Springs & Pueblo, CO acquired

1997

  • After Fred Anderson passed away, James B. Thompson
    appointed as Chairman of the Board
  • Patio Industries purchased (from Western States
    Wholesale, Inc.), a California-based cement sacking
    operation in Visalia (Goshen) & Lathrop, CA
  • Purchased the clay pipe inventories from Pacific Clay Products in Southern California & the right to utilize their plant in Corona, CA
  • Basalite in Tracy, CA installed new paving plant

1998

  •  Fred Anderson (posthumously) & Dave Lucchetti inducted
    into CBIA Hall of Fame
  • Acquired three distribution facilities from Georgia-Pacific
    Corporation
    in Glendale, AZ, Billings, MT, & Salt Lake City, UT
  • Opened first Pacific Supply yards in Arizona & Montana;
    consolidated existing Salt Lake City Pacific Supply
    into new facility

1999

  • PABCO Gypsum Las Vegas expansion up & running
  • Builders Masonry Products in Meridian, ID acquired
  • Pacific Coast Building Products Foundation created to
    benefit children in need
2000

2000-2005

2000

  • Clalite of Denver, CO acquired
  • Nevada County Building Supply purchased, that now operates as our Grass Valley Diamond Pacific store

2001

  • PCBP entered partnership with former Supply One in Grants Pass and Klamath Falls, OR. Began operating Diamond Home Improvement
  • Lincoln Clay Products (est. 1911) in Lincoln, CA acquired

2002

  • Sandia Aggregates in Las Vegas, NV acquired
  • Pacific Supply opened in San Jose, CA
  • Alcal Insulation, Roofing, and Waterproofing expanded into Southern California with opening of new location in Corona, CA
  • Acquired remaining 50% of Westblock Pacific in DuPont, WA and Portland, OR and merged Basalite Block
  • Winroc Distribution Facility in Sparks, NV, merged with Pacific Supply

2003

2004

2005

2006

2006-2009

2006

2008

2009

  • Pacific Supply opened first Design Center in North Highlands, CA showcasing masonry and hardscape products
2010 - Current

2010

2010

2012

2018 and Beyond

Pacific Coast Building Products’ subsidiaries will continue to strive to provide the best quality products and service available and maintain the reliability that customers count on to meet their needs today, tomorrow and beyond.

AIA Seminars

Pacific Coast Building Products is pleased to provide American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education workshops and tours. PCBP has developed these seminars for the specification community covering relevant topics.
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