“The life sciences and technology companies work at an incredibly fast pace,” Sommer said. “The need to turn over interiors and make them fresh and updated moves at a fervent pace, especially in Silicon Valley.”
The company is positioning itself in the forthcoming year to help many retail and hospitality businesses that were hurt by the closures brought about by the pandemic.
Some of the projects in the pipeline include work with the Port of San Francisco, including at Mission Rock and Pier 70. PAG is also continuing work at SFO in the International and Harvey Milk terminals as travel begins to ramp up.
Barbara Morrison, president and CEO of TMC Financing, a strategic lending partner that has been instrumental in the growth of Priority called Sommer “an excellent example of a Bay Area entrepreneur on a path to success.”
“Priority, a minority- and women-owned company, is a leader in the traditionally a male-dominated construction sector,” Morrison said.