Panelized Structures was formed in 1989 by Peter “Hoppy” Post currently CEO. From its small beginning, the company has grown to be the leader in Panelized Roof construction erecting over 35 million square feet annually. With the main office in Modesto, CA, it has added offices in Chino (Southern California), Las Vegas and Phoenix. In addition, satellite offices are in Reno, Dallas-Fort Worth and Portland. PSI is capable of building roof or floor structures anywhere in the United States. While constructing primarily “Hybrid” panelized roof systems (using open web steel girders and joists), Panelized Structures also does all wood systems and steel deck systems both roof and floor. No job is too small with past projects ranging from 5,000 sq. ft. to over two million sq. ft. Panelized Structures is licensed in most western states.
It is the mission of Panelized Structures, Inc. to provide its clients with the highest service, quality, and cost effective roof systems available. We are innovators; we will remain on the leading edge of the roofing structures construction industry, utilizing the most effective building technique and components available in the market today. We expand our business with new products in the market areas, which utilize our innovations.
We operate in an environment of personal commitment to integrity. We choose to do business with suppliers and customers who mutually reflect the same standards. We provide our employees with a work place where personal safety is paramount. We are leaders in implementing the highest construction safety standards in the industry.
We expect our employees to excel in their efforts and we reward such efforts. We do this in an atmosphere where we exceed customer expectations while returning profit to our company.
Safety / 100% Tie-Off
Working safely is our #1 priority at Panelized Structures! PSI has a 100% tie-off policy and stresses that working safely must be in the forefront of all employee’s minds on a daily basis. All our field employees wear high visibility shirts and hard hats which convey a safe jobsite to both our employees and our clients.
Our safety manual has been complemented as the most complete and thorough manual in the roof structure industry. OSHA has also trained new safety and health representatives on our jobsites, on the safe and proper roof erection methods by observing our crews in action. We are so committed to maintain a safe and healthy workplace that we have a fulltime safety director on our team. PSI takes safety very seriously!
Code of Ethics
Competition. Panelized Structures competes fairly for contracts, avoiding any practice that might be construed to be in violation of the letter or spirit of the antitrust laws. The firm avoids any activity that could be construed as bid shopping or peddling. The firm does not knowingly violate any law or regulation governing the competitive process.
Qualifications. Panelized Structures seeks to perform contracts only for projects for which the firm has the technical competence and experience. The firm does not accept contracts for which it is not qualified. The firm assigns staff to projects in accordance with their qualifications and commensurate with the demands of the services to be provided under the contract.
Standards of Practice. Panelized Structures provides materials and services in a manner consistent with the established and accepted standards of the construction industry and with the laws and regulations that govern it. The firm performs its contracts with competence, reasonable care and diligence. The firm establishes prices that are commensurate with its services. It serves its customers with honesty and integrity.
Conflicts of Interest. Panelized Structures endeavors to avoid conflicts of interest, both corporate and individual. Where a corporate conflict exists, Panelized Structures will disclose such conflict to its customer or prospective customer. Panelized Structures regularly educates its staff about personal conflicts of interest and has established a procedure for internal disclosure.
Public Safety. Panelized Structures assures that the safety of its employees, the employees of others on the job site, and the general public are protected during the provision of its services.
Service Providers and Suppliers. Panelized Structures treats its service providers and suppliers in an equitable manner, assuring that they are provided clear direction and prompt payment for service provided. The firm does not knowingly violate any law or regulation governing such relationships.
Employees. Panelized Structures complies with the letter and spirit of laws relating to working conditions, equal employment opportunities, and pay practices. The firm does not knowingly violate any law or regulation dealing with employment.
Public Information. Panelized Structures assures that all public statements and disclosures it makes are truthful. Panelized Structures also protects the proprietary interests of its customers.
Compliance with Laws. Panelized Structures does not knowingly violate any law or regulation.
Image of the Construction Industry. Panelized Structures avoids actions that promote its own self-interest at the expense of the construction industry and upholds the standards of the construction industry with honor and dignity.
Internal Procedures. Panelized Structures has established internal procedures under which its failure to conform to the above practices will be handled. Each year, the firm reviews this code of ethics and its internal procedures with each of its employees. If an employee, customer or other individual becomes aware of a circumstance in which Panelized Structures or an employee of the firm fails to conform to the above standards, he/she should immediately report such circumstance to Peter “Hoppy” Post, CEO. Peter “Hoppy” Post will initiate an investigation of and otherwise resolve the reported issue.
Chief Executive Officer - Modesto Office
Peter Post, known by all in the construction industry as “Hoppy”, started his roof structure construction career as an apprentice carpenter in July of 1963. In the years since, he has worked through his assignments as a craftsman, job site supervisor, estimator and construction manager. He is proud to have been tutored by the founding leaders of the modern-day roof structure industry.
In May of 1989, he founded Panelized Structures, Inc. Currently he operates as the CEO. He is the qualifying person and holds contracting licenses in California, Nevada, Oregon, Arizona, Hawaii, Washington, Utah, New Mexico and Texas. With his no-nonsense “nuts and bolts” approach, he has developed an organization comprised of hand-picked, skilled and experienced management and field personnel.
First and foremost, Hoppy believes in treating all with respect and dignity and that people make the organization. It is for this reason, he has created a management system where productivity and achievement are both acknowledged and rewarded. He embraces the idea that a safe work environment begins with pro-active upper-management; therefore, he developed a safety program where the “bosses” are held accountable as the safety leaders. He also stresses the importance of employee development and encourages his associates to engage in higher education and seminar training.
Hoppy helped develop the current “hybrid” panelized roof system used in the majority of the roof structures in the western United States today. He continues to find ways to motivate his associates to create new and better methods of construction. He supports several charities, chief of which is the City of Hope National Medical Center and Beckman Research Institute.
President - Modesto Office
Keith has been in the roof structure industry since 1985 and joined Panelized Structures in 1990. He began his career as an apprentice carpenter and has worked his way up through the ranks to his current position as President of Panelized Structures, Inc. He is experienced in all aspects of roof erection and feels honored to have been tutored by one of the top leaders of the modern-day roof structure industry, “Hoppy” Post.
With a personal foundation based on honesty and integrity and the understanding of the value of personal achievers and customer relationships, he is the perfect match to be a true leader at Panelized Structures, Inc. Keith has the ability to influence and motivate people and not only believes in, but encourages the “open door” policy for all to speak their minds.
Keith is a past President of the Structural Roof Erectors Association (SREA) and a member of the Northern 46 Counties JATC Apprentice Committee.
Chief Operations Manager - Modesto Office
Ron Kozloski studied engineering at the University of Nevada until his acceptance into the carpenters apprentice program. Since 1977 he has had experience in all areas of industrial / commercial and residential construction. With over 30 years of experience in the roof structure industry, Ron has the resources to provide excellent guidance to all areas of Panelized Structures construction team.
Ron is a member of the Structural Roof Erectors Association (SREA); AGC Nevada and is a licensed contractor in California.
Northern Nevada Area Manager - Reno Office
Chris had five years experience in the roof structure industry prior to coming to Panelized Structures in 1989 when it was founded. Chris is responsible for managing all Northern Nevada crews and operations and also has involvement in sales and estimating.
Southern Nevada Area Manager - Las Vegas Office
Shane got his start with Panelized Structures as a carpenter/apprentice in 1998. In 2004 he became a field foreman where he learned the value of organization. Shane is highly involved with our solar division. He is responsible for managing all Southern Nevada crews and operations for roof and solar structures.
Regional Sales Representative - Modesto Office
Rodney entered in the panelized roof industry in 1982 as an apprentice carpenter. Four years later he was promoted to foreman and ran work in the Bay Area until 1990 when he became an estimator in the Modesto corporate office.
Northern California Area Manager - Modesto Office
Tom has been with Panelized Structures since it’s founding in 1989 and came to PSI with six previous years of panelized roof construction experience. Tom is responsible for managing all Northern California and Northwest crews and operations.
Southern California Area Manager - Chino Office
Tony started with Panelized Structures in 1996 as a carpenter / operator. He worked his way up through the ranks to become Area Manager in 2005. Tony is responsible for managing all Southern California crews and operations.
Regional Sales Manager - Modesto Office
Tim Lessard started his construction career as an apprentice carpenter in 1979 and entered the roof structure industry a year later. In 1983 he became foreman and was later promoted to general superintendent in 1987. Tim ran his own construction company from 1991 until he came to Panelized Structures in 2007. He currently handles all sales and estimating for Oregon and Washington areas as well as assists in Northern California activity.
Controller - Modesto Office
Sharon has been with Panelized Structures since 1999 and has been in the construction industry for over fifteen years. Sharon has over twenty-six years of accounting experience and has been a part of the management team for the past nine years. Sharon is the VP of Finance along with managing the accounting department. She also is involved in all areas of insurance including Worker's Comp and acting Director of Human Resources.
Sacramento Area Manager
Craig joined Panelized Structures after PSI acquired L.E. Boyd Roof Structures in 2008 where he was involved in estimating and sales for over twenty-four years. With this wealth of experience, PSI was very fortunate to have him join our sales organization. Craig now manages our Sacramento office and lives in the Placerville area. While obtaining a BS degree in Construction Engineering and Management with a minor in Business Administration from Cal State Sacramento, he worked for Kimmel Construction in Sacramento for three years as an estimator. From 1996 to 2004, Craig served on the education committee of the Sacramento Builders Exchange.