PacWest focuses on being a part of Southern California’s most distinguished partnerships and organizations. We take pride in attending and sponsoring luncheons, tournaments and events, big or small, to further connect our team with our San Diego County community and affiliations throughout California and the U.S.
Distinguished Partnerships & Affiliates:
Sierra Club Green Check Program
In order to be a part of the Sierra Club Green Check Program, PacWest must abide by certain standards in our company’s approach to a sustainable environment.
“SCGH GreenCheck® process indicates that the business makes a legitimate and meaningful effort to offer a product or service that is more sustainable than what is commonly sold.”
PacWest guarantees the use of zero- or low-VOC paints and can thoroughly inform you, our client, of any important questions you may have in our initial meeting for your residential or commercial painting process. — Visit San Diego Sierra Club website
San Diego Regional Minority Supplier Development Council
Established in 1999, San Diego Regional MSDC is a nonprofit organization that brings corporations and minority business enterprises (MBEs) together. We are proud to be part of this organization to facilitate business opportunities and market share growth for our business and to further give you the best quality and price for the excellent services we provide. — Visit San Diego Minority Supplier Development Council website
San Diego Chapter Community Association Institute
As contractors and painting professionals in our community, we network with others who share the same goals. We stay updated with education on San Diego’s legislation, environment, and budgets. We attend special seminars on important local issues and can be found on the Membership Resource Directory. — Visit San Diego Community Associations Institute website
Lead can be found in all parts of our environment – the air, the soil, the water, and even inside our homes. As a residential and commercial painting contractor, our concern is past use of lead-based paint in homes. Lead and lead compounds have been used in a wide variety of products found in and around our homes, “including paint, ceramics, pipes and plumbing materials, solders, gasoline, batteries, ammunition, and cosmetics.” To assure you that our team works to prevent lead contamination in your home, office or industrial building, we are an EPA Lead Certified Firm. — More information about EPA Certification
IREM San Diego Chapter 18
What does IREM stand for? Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) is an international community of real estate managers dedicated to ethical business practices, maximizing the value of investment real estate, and promoting superior management through education and information sharing. Although PacWest is not in the Real Estate Management business, we are proud Friends of IREM. Through our relationship with our San Diego Chapter 18, we team up with real estate managers and professionals who serve those in the real estate industry. — Visit the IREM San Diego Chapter website
Small Business Certified in California represents that we are not only part of the Small Business Community in San Diego, but we are also advocates for entrepreneurship and local organizations. We have passed a series of requirements which allows PacWest to be eligible for benefits and protection on various elements of bidding, payment and the like. In turn, we utilize these benefits in our prices and pass down the savings in cost to your home or business. How can your small business get certified in the State of California? — Learn more about San Diego SBE Certification here
Pacific Southwest Minority Supplier Development Council
PSWMSDC is the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) regional affiliate that services Arizona and San Diego County. They help grow minority businesses by connecting them to procurement opportunities with their corporate members. PSMSDC is the premier minority certifying entity in the nation and is comprised of most of America’s publicly owned companies as well as health care institutions, universities, and municipalities. Pacific Western Painting has been certified as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) which is at least 51% minority-owned, operated and controlled.