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Employee Stock Ownership Plan

ESOP

In 2002, Mission Bell became an ESOP company. The Employee Stock Ownership Plan means that each member of the Mission Bell team has the potential to become an "employee owner." We all work together to ensure we meet our commitments to our customers with both a short term and a long term view in mind. As Mission Bell continues to grow and become more successful, those bottom line dollars are growing the value of our ESOP at the same time. It's just another way Mission Bell is living out our purpose of "Appreciating Worth."

Benefits of being an ESOP Company

  • 49% of Mission Bell is owned by the employees
  • Relevant financial information and strategies are shared with employees
  • Business leaders talk straight about what's happening
  • Regular communication from leadership with the Mission Bell Team
  • Employees are empowered to point out areas that need improvement and fix problems
  • Culture of trust and mutual respect
  • Employees feel more of a connection to our business

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Recent Projects

Mission Towers II Café

Mission Towers II Café

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Architect: LPA - San Jose

Samsung - Mountain View

Samsung - Mountain View

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Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

LifeLock

LifeLock

GC: Team Commercial Construction SF

Architect: Chang Architecture

Kaiser Mission Bay

Kaiser Mission Bay

GC: Whiting-Turner Contracting

Architect: KMD Architects

Thoma Bravo

Thoma Bravo

GC: Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction

Architect: Aston Pereira & Associates

Udemy

Udemy

GC: Novo Construction

Architect: RMW-SF

Stanford Kairos and Phi Kappa PSI Row Houses

Stanford Kairos and Phi Kappa PSI Row Houses

GC: Core Group

Architect: None

The David Rumsey's Map Collection Showroom
at Stanford University

The David Rumsey's Map Collection Showroom at Stanford University

GC: Devcon

Architect: Noll & Tam Architects

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