Foothill Farms Veterinary Hospital Under Construction

Wells Construction has just begun construction on Foothill Farms Veterinary Hospital’s new location in Sacramento, CA. This 8,692 sq. ft. facility opens in August and will house eight exam rooms, ultrasound and x-ray rooms, surgery center, grooming area, boarding suites and an exercise yard.

If you would like more information about Foothill Farms Veterinary Hospital, please visit their website at


Revolutions Naturopathic Grand Opening

Wells Construction is pleased to announce the grand opening of Revolutions Naturopathic’s relocated clinic in Folsom, CA. In attendance to the event were Folsom City Council members, Borges Architecture, Wells Construction staff and the many loyal patients of Revolutions Naturopathic. Their new 3,950 sq. ft. facility features new and updated MEP systems, kitchen, restrooms, finishes, ceilings, slab-on-grade foundation, structural columns, mezzanine loft and a new 1,524 sq. ft. fenced patio.

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Wells Construction sponsors the ESF Fund Run

Wells Construction is proud to announce themselves as the Event Sponsor at The Eureka School Foundation’s 6th annual Fund Run on May 18th at Granite Bay High School.

The Fund Run features and adult 5K and 10K, a kids mile, and a kids 100 yard dash. After the run there will be a pancake breakfast, award ceremony, and event Expo. If you would like to run in this event, please visit their website at www.euekaschoolsfoundation.ord/fund-run to register.

Wells Construction sponsors the GBHS “Green Grizzly Machine” for the International Shell Eco-Marathon

Wells Construction is proud to announce their sponsorship for the Granite Bay High School’s Engineering Club as they compete in the international Shell Eco-marathon on April 25th.

According to the club’s website, “The Shell Eco-marathon inspires college and high school teams to design and build ultra-high fuel mileage vehicles for competition in Houston, TX.  Last year, 131 student-built cars from the US, Canada and Latin America competed in various categories, with the top winner clocking over 3,000 miles-per- gallon.  The Granite Bay team’s concept – “THE GREEN GRIZZLY MACHINE” will feature a high efficiency ethanol engine capable of fuel economy up to 400 mpg, a carbon fiber body, poly carbon windshield; a full roll cage, welded tubular steel chassis; 5-point harness, firewall/fire suppression system, 4-wheel disc brakes, wet road tires, headlights, directionals and brake lights; rear-view mirrors, a weatherproof entry door and weatherproof trunk!”

If you would like more information on the “Green Grizzly Machine” and Granite Bay’s Engineering Club, please visit their website at