Mark Sapiro has established a solid reputation for superior building in the Los Angeles area. His clients benefit from his alliances with some of Southern California’s most talented architects, designers, contractors, and suppliers.
MARK SAPIRO PROFESSIONAL BUILDING SERVICES, INC. (MSPBS), established in 2015, is the result of over four decades of experience, excellence, and success. This new chapter of Mark Sapiro’s career focuses all of his talents into specially selected projects.
Prior to establishing MSPBS, Mark co-founded STRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT and STRUCTURE HOME in 1996. During his 19 years leading Construction Operations and co-managing the business, Structure became a highly regarded custom home building firm in the Los Angeles area. There, Mark proudly oversaw successful projects of over 225 custom homes, 160 apartments, a prominent seven story multifamily residential project in Los Angeles’ Westwood neighborhood and the Parc Ridge Apartments complex, at the former site of the devastated Northridge Meadows, in Reseda.
Previous to founding Structure Home, Mark served as Senior Vice President of Construction Operations for BRAEMAR HOMES. For nine dedicated years, he productively managed the development and construction of 1,538 single-family residences, duplexes and apartments with sales in excess of 500 million dollars.
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In 1981, Mark completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management and was Superintendent and Field Engineer with TURNER CONSTRUCTION, San Francisco from 1981-1985 as well as serving as Project Estimator in their Los Angeles offices. While at Turner, he collaborated on and was involved in more than 500,000 square feet of retail and commercial buildings.
In 1985, Mark became a licensed General Contractor and founded his first successful building firm, A&S CONSTRUCTION.
Mark’s passion for construction began in 1977 when he became involved in his first speculative custom home built on Sunset Plaza, and he has only looked forward. While still quite young, his interest turned to passion for building while working in his father’s garage wood shop.