About Redhorse Constructors


Redhorse is not just a building company. As innovators in sustainability and construction technology, we live by the mantra “there is no stop.” When others say it can’t be done, we use our imagination, resolve and wealth of skilled talent to find a way and move forward.

We are committed to running projects smoothly, efficiently, and cost effectively, no matter the complexity. With our arsenal of over 30 years of expertise, we thrive on providing practical solutions to all areas of construction, such as difficult site conditions, integration of green building technologies, sophisticated mechanical and energy systems, and time/budget constraints.

We attribute our success in the industry to open communication, proactive construction management, mentorship of co-workers and efficiency on our job sites. As Redhorse has grown and matured into an exceptional special services builder, we have formed great relationships with many of the leading design professionals, sub-contractors and material fabricators in the Bay Area and beyond.

“Any project motivates us as long as it’s creative and pushes the envelope in any direction, whether it is technology based, land-use based, or construction based.”

— David Warner, Owner, Redhorse Constructors

Our Services

Beyond new construction and remodel projects, we offer several specialized services, including:

The philosophy of green building and sustainable design has been intricately woven into Redhorse’s approach to building since our founding 31 years ago.

From the selection of building and finish materials to the design and construction of the mechanical and energy systems, Redhorse can provide solutions that will help reduce your project’s impact on the planet, increase energy efficiency, and provide a healthy environment that stands the test of time.

Redhorse is frequently engaged in the conceptual phase of a project’s development. In these situations we contribute as a third partner, combined with the Owner and Design Professional Team, offering our practical construction experience and organizational resources.

We can then provide a budget based on a schematic design to determine where your project is heading, and can also offer value-engineering ideas to help your design fit within your budget.

Before a project can even break ground, there are a number of public reviews to complete and permits to obtain. This typically involves various public agencies, engineers, and consultants.

Redhorse Constructors can help coordinate this effort and guide your project through this complex process.

Many of our projects start with an undeveloped parcel that requires infrastructure to be designed and implemented.

Redhorse can help identify your site infrastructure needs early in the design phase to ensure that your project is properly supported for both current and future development.  We can also provide preliminary schematic drawings and budgets that will help streamline the engineering process, reducing design time and cost.

In The Press

Home Builder Digest

February 2, 2021

The Best Custom Home Builders in San Rafael

By Editorial Team, Home Builder Digest

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National Geographic

April 10, 2020

In Nairobi, luxury is a quarantine few can afford

By Nichole Sobecki, National Geographic

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Marin Independent Journal

September 9, 2018

Sustainable Building: Redhorse Constructors Pairs Eco-sensitivity with Social Justice

By Judith M. Wilson, Marin Independent Journal

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July 13, 2017

HGTV Ultimate House Hunt 2017: Coastal California Oasis

By Bailey Properties,

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AIA Architect Magazine

June 19, 2017

AIA Feature: Oz Residence – Atherton, CA

By Edward Keegan, AIA Architect Magazine

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Breakthroughs Magazine

October 17, 2013

On The Ground With The Master Of Development Practice

By Editorial Staff, Breakthroughs Magazine

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Breakthroughs Magazine

June 15, 2012

Q&A: Green Building

By Editorial Staff, Breakthroughs Magazine

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Wood Design & Building Magazine

August 9, 2010

New Horse Barn

By Editorial Staff, Wood Design & Building Magazine

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Custom Home

March 31, 2009

On Site: Structural Integrity

By Bruce D. Snider, Custom Home

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Construction Today

August 1, 2007

The Next Level of Green

By Joanna Miller, Construction Today

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