Core Markets

Industry Expertise

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, ADC Construction Management, Inc. (ADC-CM) has been providing construction management and general contracting services to the biopharmaceutical, high technology, commercial, industrial, and government sectors throughout the Bay Area since 1997.

Advance Technology

ADC-CM’s history is steeped in technology. Lorenzo Rios, CEO/President of ADC-CM and Advance Design Consultants, Inc. (ADC) was part of the team that became known as “The Contractor that Built Silicon Valley” in the early ‘80s. He has built facilities for Silicon Valley’s early tech companies as well as current industry leaders. That tradition and commitment to Advance Technology continues at ADC-CM.


The modern corporate campus must handle multiple challenges simultaneously and be responsive to the dynamic and constantly changing business environment. It must be highly functional yet flexible; it must be both resilient and sustainable. Whether we are renovating an existing space to become more modern or serve a new purpose, or constructing a new facility from the ground up, ADC-CM’s construction teams have the expertise to handle complex scheduling and provide seamless project management.

Biotechnology & Life Sciences

Biotechnology and Life Science companies have unique needs. These businesses rely on systems that are inherently complex and bring specialized challenges to designers and builders. ADC Construction Management has extensive experience with building construction for Biotech and Pharmaceutical companies and understands the health and safety requirements that are an inherent part of the project.


ADC Construction Management provides turnkey construction services for governmental, municipal and educational facilities. With expertise ranging from safety modifications to NASA testing facilities and infrastructure improvements to government laboratories and secure facilities, to utility upgrades for universities and modernization of municipal buildings, ADC-CM understands the complexities of public sector projects.