After 100 years, our story has just begun

Our Evolution

 

As H.G. Fenton Company continues to grow and evolve, we keep a proper perspective by taking a look at the long path that has lead to our success. From humble beginnings and hard work, Henry Gilbert Fenton was able to form H.G. Fenton Contract Company in 1906. From there, the company continually reinvented itself, now flourishing as one of the region’s largest real estate organizations serving businesses and residents.

Our story begins in 1906...

Ingenuity

Henry Fenton founds H.G. Fenton Contracting Company

Versatility

H.G. Fenton Material Company is formed. Business expands into multiple industries, construction materials, ready mix concrete, industrial salt and real estate.

Diversification gives way to a focus

Agility

The company develops a Master Plan, Mission Valley Heights

Expertise

The business shifts exclusively on real estate as Mission City and Fenton Technology Park Master Plans are opened

We build a strong reputation in real estate

Commitment

Offering a preferred experience for employees, the company surpasses the 100-employee mark in 2005 and has continuously  received the Employee Opinion Survey “Best-of-the-Best” ratings

Longevity

H.G. Fenton celebrates its 100-year anniversary while the residential portfolio grows to 13 apartment communities with 3,200 apartments

Steady growth continues

Leadership

The residential portfolio climbs to #1 in customer satisfaction nationally

A revolutionary advance in apartment living and customer service

Reputation

The company earns SatisFacts Residential Satisfaction honors for the 10th consecutive year and wins its 6th Workplace Excellence Award

Achievement

H.G. Fenton’s commercial real estate portfolio grows to 4.5 million sq. ft. of space with the purchase of Silverton

Excellence

The residential portfolio receives 25 Mark of Excellence Awards for customer satisfaction and the commercial portfolio achieves the “Best In the Industry” rating by CEL & Assoc.

Our future is promising

Innovation

H.G. Fenton Company opens Solterra, the first 100% solar powered community and the corporate office achieves Zero Net energy status