Central Valley Builders Supply named among Best Places to Work

NAPA, Calif. – Central Valley Builders Supply has been named one of “The Best Places to Work in the North Bay” by the North Bay Business Journal in Northern California.

In announcing the award, Central Valley Builders Supply said in a press release, “To maintain a great work environment and deliver the best service to our customers, Central Valley hires only those committed to its five behavioral beliefs: Growth, Ownership, Teamwork, Empathy and Impress. As a passionate and active participant in the community it serves, Central Valley pledges 2% of its profits to help build strong families and affordable housing. On top of a generous benefits package, all full-time and regular part-time employees can also give back to their community with up to 8 paid volunteer hours a year to approved organizations aligned with Central Valley’s philanthropic focus.”

After employee nominations, and a significant third-party employee survey, Central Valley was selected as a first-time winner.

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“We are so honored to be named one of the Best Places to Work in the North Bay,” said Christine Hunter, senior vice president of human resources. “We take great pride in fostering the best environment for employees by nurturing a culture of safety always, employee development, and by always demonstrating our commitment to social responsibility.”

In addition to this latest award, Central Valley was also recognized as 2019 “Best Company to Do Business With” in Napa County, Gold Medal, by readers of Northbay Biz magazine;

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In the heart of Wine Country, “you’re either dealing with builders or a winery,” says Steve Patterson, president and CEO of Central Valley. “There’s a little product overlap, but a very different business cycle. One may lead while the other lags.” But both are subject to weather cycles and the need to rebuild following the ravages of wildfires. (file photo by Alicia Miller)

Central Valley Builders Supply serves the builders of Northern California. For three generations, it has been family-owned and operated, and its commitment to customer service and satisfaction has never waned, the company says.

The company’s brands include Foster Lumber Yards and Napa Valley International. Central Valley donates 2% of the net profit from every purchase to help build strong families and affordable housing.

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