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2010 General Contractor of the Year - Awarded by American Subcontractors Association:

SACRAMENTO, CA; DECEMBER 8, 2010:

Capital City Chapter; awarded Carter-Kelly, Inc. as “2010 General Contractor of the Year – Small Category”. Criteria for the award included; contracts with reasonable terms, jobsite safety, Superintendents who run the jobs well, respectful treatment of subcontractors and business like handling of change orders and disputes. This is the third nomination (1994, 2008 & 2010) for Carter-Kelly and the first time winning the award. Established in 1980, CKI provides construction services within the Northern California region. Carter-Kelly builds commercial and industrial projects with a focused expertise in DSA educational facilities and OSHPD hospital construction. Jim Carter stated; he was grateful to all the subcontractors who nominated Carter-Kelly and a special thank you to all the subcontractors who have been our partners and team members on numerous successful projects. Additionally, Mr. Carter wished to thank the ASA for the honor of being selected as GC of the Year.

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“The Central Park Indoor Pool received the Award of Excellence from CPRS!

(California Parks and Recreational Society)

The design and construction team; which includes, The City of Roseville, Rainforth-Grau Architects and Carter-Kelly, Inc. are all very honored by this prestigious award for facility design.  The city will formally receive the award in March 2010.”




Grand Opening – Feb 13, 2010

Maidu Museum & Historic Site
1970 Johnson Ranch Drive
Roseville, CA

“The new museum’s design is inspired by the Native California roundhouse … The new museum presents vignettes of Native California culture and is an exciting educational amenity for the schools and residents of our region, the state of California and the Nation.” Planning for the museum started in 1969, when the City of Roseville purchased 40 acres from the Federal Government for $100 per acre. The parcel included the 30 acre historical site. Carter-Kelly, Inc. is proud to have played a small part in the long-term vision of this museum. Our valued relationships with the City of Roseville and our partner architects at Williams + Paddon make every project we complete as a team a highlight of our project portfolio.


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PLACERVILLE, CA – Fausel Professional Building

The much lauded Fausel Professional Building has achieved a new – and
groundbreaking – milestone. The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) deemed the award- winning building LEED® Gold. That makes the Fausel Professional Building the first building on the western slope of El Dorado County to achieve such a high rating for sustainable design.


Greg Witherow, LEED AP - Carter-Kelly, Inc.

June 22, 2009; Greg Witherow has passed his LEED AP Exam and is now the second Carter-Kelly, Inc. employee to become a LEED Accredited Professional. We hope you will join us in congratulating Greg on this significant personal and professional achievement.

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

LEED is an internationally recognized certification system that measures how well a building or community performs across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts. Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED provides building owners and operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions. LEED is flexible enough to apply to all building types. It works throughout the building lifecycle – design and construction, operations and maintenance, tenant improvement, and significant retrofit.

LEED AP

LEED Professional Accreditation distinguishes building professionals with the knowledge and skills to successfully steward the LEED certification process. LEED Accredited Professionals (LEED APs) have demonstrated a thorough understanding of green building practices and principles and the LEED Rating System. The Professional Accreditation program was launched in 2001.


Robyn Kelly, LEED AP - Carter-Kelly, Inc.

June 15, 2009; Robyn Kelly has passed her LEED AP Exam and is now the first Carter-Kelly, Inc. employee to become a LEED Accredited Professional. We hope you will join us in congratulating Robyn on this significant personal and professional achievement.

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

LEED is an internationally recognized certification system that measures how well a building or community performs across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts. Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED provides building owners and operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions. LEED is flexible enough to apply to all building types. It works throughout the building lifecycle – design and construction, operations and maintenance, tenant improvement, and significant retrofit.

LEED AP

LEED Professional Accreditation distinguishes building professionals with the knowledge and skills to successfully steward the LEED certification process. LEED Accredited Professionals (LEED APs) have demonstrated a thorough understanding of green building practices and principles and the LEED Rating System. The Professional Accreditation program was launched in 2001.


"Best of the Best" to be Honored at May 12th Luncheon – Non-Profit Resource Center

We are pleased to announce the following recipients of the 2009 Nonprofit Excellence Awards:

Board Leader of the Year: Jim Carter, Boys & Girls Club of El Dorado County Western Slope

Jan Stohr Executive Leadership Award: Jane Hagedorn, Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails

Nonprofit Organizations of the Year (Tie): Placer SPCA and Women's Empowerment

Join us in honoring these wonderful local individuals and organizations on May 12th at the Doubletree Hotel in Sacramento. For ticket information, visit our website HERE or call Kari at 916-285-1844.


Carter/Kelly, Inc. is proud to announce the winner of our newly redesigned website treasure hunt.

KAMI ARNOLD of Arnolds for Awards was the first response with the correct answers and we are making a $100 donation to the El Dorado Community Foundation in Kami’s name! Thank you to everyone who participated in our contest, and congratulations KAMI !!!

The correct answers to the five treasure hunt questions are:

1. What was the name of the first public works project completed by CKI and at what price?
A. Town Hall Placerville, $263,957

2. Name one of the LEED Pending Certified Buildings featured within the website?
A. Either Martha Riley Community Library or Fausel Professional Building

3. How many Client Testimonials and how many Partner Testimonials; respectively, are quoted in the website?
A. 5 and 4

4. Who and in what year, did the first Carter family member obtain a California General Contractors License?
A. Roy E. Carter, 1937

5. If you were sending us a set of plans or a package, what address would you use to ensure proper delivery?
A. 171 Middletown Road, Placerville, CA 95667



Contractor of the Year Nominee - American Subcontractors Association (1994) (2008)



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Award Winner for “BEST COMMUNITY IMPACT” Project - Martha Riley Community Library - Sacramento Business Journal / 2008 Real Estate Projects.

February 27, 2009:

The Martha Riley Community Library was selected as the winning project under the category of “Best Community Impact” project during the Sacramento Business Journal / 2008 Real Estate Projects awards ceremony. The facility was designed by the award winning architects at Williams + Paddon Architects + Planners, Inc. and constructed by Carter-Kelly, Inc. utilizing the Design Assist delivery method with the City of Roseville, California. We at Carter-Kelly are extremely proud and grateful for the opportunity to share in this award. Our clients, our partners and our CKI team brought a passion for excellence in this Design Assist project where collaboration was the cornerstone of the project. The LEED Gold (Pending) Certification added to the community value of this endeavor. Again, we thank the City of Roseville, Williams + Paddon, Gary Kortan; CKI Project Superintendent and Brett Hayes; CKI Project Manager for all the effort and dedication that made this project a success and a value for the City of Roseville.

Martha Riley Community Library - Sacramento Business Journal – Real Estate Projects of the Year for 2008 nominee.

The Martha Riley Community Library has been nominated in the Sacramento Business Journal – Real Estate Projects of the Year for 2008 – One of 4 nominees in the Best Public Project category. The facility was designed by the award winning architects at Williams + Paddon and constructed by Carter-Kelly, Inc. utilizing the Design Assist delivery method.




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Marshall Hospital Acute Care Wing

December 2008 – The Design-Build Team of Marshall Hospital, ANOVA Architects and Carter-Kelly, Inc. break ground on the new Marshall Hospital Acute Care Wing in Placerville, CA.




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CASH - Coalition for Adequate School Housing - New Built School: Merit Award 2001

Silverado Middle School

This award winning middle school was designed by Perkins + Will Architects and constructed by Carter-Kelly, Inc. on an 18 acre site. The name “Silverado” and the design theme/campus layout was intended to mimic the mining villages of early California. The design and construction also incorporates outdoor learning stations for students. The school features a quad area where a map of California is incorporated into the stamped concrete and all major California rivers are identified. Sections of differing wall types are framed out and covered with Plexiglas allowing students to see the interior construction of the wall sections. A glass enclosed elevator is also an additional centerpiece to the school design. A state-of-the-art facility, connecting the new age California school with the rich history of the region.

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