Paniagua Construction is a construction company located in San Francisco, CA. Established almost 25 years ago, Eduardo Paniagua and Elena Asturias started the business to offer design, building, and project management services all-in-one to clients in San Francisco. They came to their business with a lot of experience: Eduardo immigrated from Panama, where he worked as an architect. His wife, Elena, is a lawyer by trade.
With Eduardo’s ability to offer both architectural advice and construction work, the company quickly earned business and notoriety within the San Francisco community. Paniagua Construction has worked on both commercial and residential projects. Commercially, they did the buildout of El Buen Comer in the Mission as well as the bathrooms in the Moscone Center. Residentially, they have completed projects in almost every neighborhood of San Francisco, with their largest project at 10,000 square feet in Pacific Heights. Their clients love them, and many of their new customers come from referrals and word of mouth.
Eduardo and Elena have been recognized for their work in the community as well. From donating the buildout to allow the Mexican Museum, to reopen at Fort Mason some years ago to more recently donating the buildout at CARECEN’s mental health clinic on Mission Street, to just
this month helping the Youth Leadership Institute with a City grant proposal to upgrade their systems making their 9th Street offices healthier and more efficient for the over 5,000 teens they mentor.
Pacific Community Ventures is excited to work with them and help them create quality jobs as they grow!