People - Who we are

Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders constructs some of the most beautiful and architecturally complex residences and light commercial spaces in the Bay Area. 

PEOPLE

Dan Matarozzi and Dan Pelsinger started Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders in 1986. Initially a two-man band, the company's projects and staff have grown steadily since. "The Dans" maintain direct involvement with each of our projects, bringing their 35+ years of building experience to the table throughout the course of the construction process. 

The people we bring to each project are our most valuable asset. Their experience, energy and craftsmanship are responsible for the success of each of our projects - both as a building and as a process.

We are a team of uncompromising professional craftspeople. We believe that communication, attention to detail, and dedication to client satisfaction result in a quality product. This has been a cornerstone of our success. Our expertise and professionalism have enabled us to exceed our clients' expectations by demanding an exacting level of excellence in every aspect of the business; from budgeting, to scheduling, to the work itself. 


LEADERSHIP

DAN PELSINGER: Principal
After earning a degree in Construction Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Daniel Pelsinger began his career with one of the first “green” construction companies in California, where he specialized in passive solar design and construction. In 1986 Daniel Pelsinger joined forces with Daniel Matarozzi to form Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders, Inc. where he continues to pursue his passion for sustainable designs, utilizing the latest eco-friendly techniques, and illustrating the fact that environmentally sound building practices does not mean sacrificing budget, quality or style. 

DAN MATAROZZI: Principal
A graduate of Villanova University, Daniel Matarozzi began his construction career as a Journeyman Carpenter in 1973, and founded Daniel Matarozzi Construction seven years later. He partnered with Daniel Pelsinger under the guiding principle that building is a service industry requiring clear communication of process and problem-solving. The company’s operations, in which both partners still take an active role, reflect their collective belief that a beautiful, enduring structure repays the initial investment many times over.