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Windsor Palm shopping center expansion project

LeDuc & Dexter performed tenant improvement work at the Windsor Palms Shopping Center in Windsor. Work began with the shell that consisted of an El Toro’s Market, which is now named Castaneda’s Market Place, and a two-story building wing that is now divided for tenants. LeDuc & Dexter’s tenant improvement included a sanitary waste system […]

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LeDuc & Dexter company vehicles at job site.

Back in 2007, one of Windsor’s largest subdivisions neared completion. Vintage Greens, with a total of 440 homes and a water-saving irrigation system supported by the town of Windsor was due to be completed by the end of summer 2007. Many of the homes were occupied or sold as of this time. The homes are […]

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Blankiet estate exterior stonework.

Back in September 2006, the Blankiet Estate was getting ready to crush grapes at their new winery that was partially completed. That was also the year they were bringing their second vintage at the picturesque setting that Blankiet provides in the hills of Yountville with a winery that was at the time nearing completion. Because of […]

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Victoria Floor Framing

The Land of Victoria subdivision built by Carco Homes was an interesting infill project that took shape off of Hearn Avenue just behind Mead Clark Lumber. Located off Victoria Drive is David Lee Court, a small cul-de-sac that has six single-family homes plus two duplexes, that can also be accessed off Hearn Avenue. This is […]

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Temple 360

The Congregation Shomrei Torah’s new temple was under construction back in August 2006, on Bennett Valley Road across from Waterfall Towers in Santa Rosa. After months of delays due to heavy spring rains, the hilltop temple has all of the retaining walls that line the driveway in place and the temple walls and roof are being […]

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Side view of Grace Episcopal Church in downtown St. Helena

The Grace Episcopal Church was originally built in 1883 in St. Helena. The church is located on Spring Street just off of Main Street, Highway 29, in the center of town. The original 1,000 square foot parish underwent a major renovation that added 4,500 square feet to the structure. James Nolan Construction was the general […]

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LeDuc & Dexter Plumbing Work

LeDuc & Dexter, Inc. did major portion of the work on the Victoria subdivision. Located next to Mead Clark Lumber at Hearn Ave. and Dowd Drive in Santa Rosa the infill subdivision consists of 8 single family homes and two duplexes. These are entry level homes built by Carco Homes. LeDuc & Dexter completed their […]

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new home construction

Since the Sonoma County fire sprinkler ordinance went into effect in July 2003, LeDuc & Dexter has been extremely busy installing residential fire sprinklers. “It’s the fastest growing part of our company right now,” says Tom LeDuc, President and CEO of LeDuc & Dexter. The new ordinance makes fire sprinkler systems mandatory for new construction. […]

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outside new commercial building

On Duke Court, off Dutton Avenue, in Santa Rosa, Manor Development Company is working both sides of the street, literally. On one side of the street Manor Development is building a 34,000 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution warehouse for Slakey Brothers, a plumbing supply company. On the other side of the street Manor Development Co. […]

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LeDuc & Dexter Plumbing Work

The Healdsburg Commons was a 15-unit residential infill project in Healdsburg.  The project is located near Healdsburg Avenue and Grant Street, which is two blocks north of Healdsburg’s downtown square. Rich Ryan Construction was the general contractor and LeDuc & Dexter’s residential department installed the under-floor plumbing for these wood constructed homes. Healdsburg Commons consists of […]

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