We challenge you to find a team more experienced and engaged in your project. With over 65 years of combined design, engineering and chemistry experience, let’s face it…we wouldn’t be doing this if we didn’t love it! Our roots are based in the commercial and industrial sector, but we have blossomed over the years to produce fine art, structural as well as residential projects…you CAN find it all under one roof.
Steeped in the commercial and industrial world since our inception, Team Tortoise is versed in the materials and processes necessary to get your projects from the drawing board to the production line. We incorporate a multitude of skills, including value engineering, to help reduce production costs and improve your project bottom line.
With our in-house general contractor at the ready, we can easily handle all aspects of installing large scale architecture or design build projects. From parking garages to full installation of restaurant spaces Team Tortoise can make it happen!
Fine Art & Design
Dedicated to education and learning, our President regularly guest lectures at the Art Center School of Design in Pasadena. This relationship has allowed our Team to be a positive influence in the lives of young and innovative designers. Our partnership also extends to the many local galleries and artists that live in Los Angeles by using the tools of our trade to bring creative projects to life. In addition, the Tortoise Gallery division is dedicated to helping artists showcase their work at our in-house gallery space.
When it comes to your personal space, our Team understands attention to details must be perfect. Whether you’re refurbishing a patio set or creating a staircase for your library, we have the skills and passion to make your dreams a reality.
Photo Credits: Left to Right, Top to Bottom
Tabor Robak, Team Gallery | Oso, Sonoma, CA | Mr. Brainwash, Steve Shatkin | Rooftop Lounge, Los Angeles | Every Table, DTLA | Antipocrothy, Beverly Hills | Custom staircase, private residence | Custom staircase, private residence | Jorge Pardo Lamps, UCLA Hammer Museum | “Three Horned Beast & Baby Beast” by Emily White & Lisa Little | “Lips” by Brian Vox | “Accidental Menagerie” by Max Hooper Schneider