Founded in 1985, the family-owned Taslimi Construction Company was inspired by a passion to build and excellence in all things. Over the years Taslimi has assembled a staff of dedicated and experienced individuals. Its project management team has an impeccable reputation in the industry. Taslimi’s strong work ethic results in hard work and dedication. The diversity of its staff and experiences are cherished and continually developed as the Taslimi family evolves.

Taslimi’s project experience includes major renovations, interior construction, and core and shell construction. Projects include corporate offices; law firms; finance and banking; studios; entertainment; hospitality and retail; technology; healthcare; education and childcare; non-profits and institutional; cultural; and residential. Taslimi has been the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions and has received the highest compliment from clients and architectural design partners in their continued business and referrals.

Projects include the remodeling of the Creative Artists Agency headquarters in Century City, the ESPN broadcasting facility in downtown Los Angeles, the KCBS and KCAL broadcasting studios in Studio City, Univision in Los Angeles, and the renovation of the historic Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Taslimi Construction has received the highest compliments from its clients, their representatives, and architectural and design firms. These include the 1994 Calibre Awards for Contractor of the Year, 17 other Calibre Awards, numerous Los Angeles Business Council Architectural Awards for Commercial Interiors, and the AIA Merit Award.

Taslimi supports professional organizations such as the American Institute of Architecture, the International Interior Design Association, the Los Angeles Business Council, the Southern California Development Forum, UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design and the USC Architectural Guild. Additionally, Taslimi is committed to the promotion of the arts, culture and community - which it believes to be essential for the enhancement of the human spirit - as demonstrated by its involvement with the Hammer Museum, the LACMA, the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, and the Santa Monica Arts Foundation.

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