|Headline:||Founder of West Coast Drywall Inc|
|Description:||Paul Diguiseppi sustains a variety of community commitments. A highly successful businessman, Paul Diguiseppi presently operates from Las Vegas, Nevada. Possessing more than 30 years of diverse commercial experience in arena of construction, he currently presides as Chief Executive Officer and President of West Coast Drywall, a well respected drywall and painting services company now headquartered in Norco, California. At the same time, Mr. Diguiseppi operates as a dedicated philanthropist, donating frequently to initiatives like World Vision, the American Cancer Society, Compassion International, and Global Vision International. In his private life, Mr. Diguiseppi also enjoys an array of outdoor interests that include golf, bicycling, hunting, and fishing. |
West Coast Drywall offers a superior level of service. Employing only the most competent, experienced supervisors and time-tested crews, the company prides itself on maintaining an exceptional degree of value, quality, promptness, and overall customer satisfaction. Consistently recognized for the operation's high standards, Paul Diguiseppi’s company holds the National Association of Home Builders' NHQ Quality Assurance Certification and garnered the 2010 Safety Award for Outstanding Commitment in Developing a Culture of Safety for 2010-2011. The company's clients include a wide variety of groups, including Habitat for Humanity, Vanguard Construction, D.R. Horton, California Pacific Homes, Taylor Morrison, and Baywood Development. Additionally, West Coast Drywall supports an array of philanthropic projects, such as Home Aid Orange County, the Orange County Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, and Extreme Home Makeover.
Paul Diguiseppi was born to work in the construction industry. As early as high school, he spent summers working on construction projects through various members of his extended family. He set out on his own in 1982, when he founded West Coast Drywall, initially based in San Dimas, California, and subsequently moved to Anaheim before arriving ultimately in its present locationn. in 2