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Nov 19, 2018,
Santa Rosa
Jim Murphy & Associates
Jim Murphy & Associates Hires Carlos Arita for Assistant Superintendent
Sonoma

 

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Carlos Arita has joined JMA as an assistant superintendent. Arita brings to JMA his experience as a field engineer in soils testing and the inspection of concrete applications in commercial and residential structures. His experience working with teams and his strengths in facilitating communications add to his value at JMA.

 

Jim Murphy & Associates

Jim Murphy & Associates (JMA) is a residential and commercial construction company based in Santa Rosa, CA.  In business since 1976, JMA specializes in building and remodeling distinctive custom homes and commercial projects including: winery facilities, office buildings, hospitality facilities including resorts, restaurants, industrial buildings, medical and dental offices, light retail construction, among others.  Commercial clients have included American AgCredit, Exchange Bank, Silicon Valley Bank, AltaPacific Bank, Peterson Tractor, Clos du Bois Winery, Paul Hobbs Winery, Williams Selyem Winery, Three Sticks Wines, Stewart Cellars, Sonoma Country Day School, Sonoma Academy, Auberge Resorts, The Tides Restaurant, Pediatric Dental Initiative, and Redwood Regional Oncology Center. For more information about JMA, call or go to: www.j-m-a.com.


Contact Information
Name: Jim Murphy     Email: jim@j-m-a.com
Phone: 7075767337

 

 

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