Wilkinson Construction has built beautiful homes on the Peninsula in Hillsborough, Atherton, Portola Valley, Stanford Campus, Los Altos Hills, Burlingame and the Bay Area Peninsula since 1990.  We believe integrity still belongs in business which is why our owners are directly involved with you, your home and the people who build it.  We enjoy helping our clients realize their vision, express their individual style and protect the value of their investment.


We begin working during the design phase.  We assist with building a team of designers and engineers to start your project off in the right direction.  As planning progresses we provide estimates of cost and time to ensure the project delivers on style and vision on time. We recommend options for techniques and materials that allow you to make the best value selections and allows us to build the best team to construct your dream.


At construction, a hand-picked team of highly skilled craftsmen, artisans, specialty contractors, and vendors will be led through the build process by a Project Manager and Superintendent selected specifically for you and your project. Our entire team works tirelessly to ensure the project is delivered within your time frame and budget.


Our administrative team supports your project by confirming everyone on site is licensed, bonded, and insured. They also track the project to ensure the flow of funds keep the project progressing smoothly.

Home Preservation

Our responsibility to your family and your project does not end when we hand over the keys to a beautiful new home.  Of course we’re there for you should any warranty issues arise, but we also provide a full-service maintenance division to help protect your investment for years to come. Our sister company, Wilkinson Preservation Inc., proudly continues exceptional work dedicated to handle any size repairs and renovations.

Whether you have a fully designed project or just one you’d like consultation on, we’d love to speak with you. Do not hesitate to call.


Philip, Greg & Todd