C. C. Construction Company
C.C. Construction Company was a popular GLBT bar/disco located at 68449 Perez in Cathedral City from November 1979 through October 16, 1996.
From 1979 through 1989 it was owned by Cal Willis. From 1989 through 1996. It was owned by Daniel Hicks Burnette Jr. and Robert Brent Raines.
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Description: C.C. Construction Company from June 1985 issue of Jock magazine
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Description: First anniversary party ad from Sept 1980 Data Boy.
Please note that in the interest of fairness, the names of DJs and staff are listed in alphabetical order.
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Well Luis you are not alone I remember CC Construction Co. quite well. Actually I worked there for a short time in the late 80's till early 90's. It was a popular dance club. I as you am surprised that no one else has posted here. Anyway the resident dj was Don Edmundson who was a extremely talented disc jockey. Almost every weekend was a packed house. After it was sold to Dan and Brent it was remodeled a few times . It finally moved to Sunrise way in Palm Springs and eventually closed.
Cathedral City Construction Company was open before 1979. I know that becaue I used to go there when I lived in La and I moved to Puerto Rico in 1978 (I later moved to Miami and have been here since 81), although I had my official departure party from LA LA Land in March of 79. I had an apartment with a couple of other guys in Palms Springs so we didn't have to stay at the bath house when we went there on weekends (long before Sanker brought the LA circuit crowd to PS). It was on one of those weekends in late 77 that I met Modesto, a real hot Mexican-American guy who lived in Cathedral City. It was Modesto who first took me to CC Construction Co for a couple of beers. I remember they had wire fencing hanging against the walls as the proper decor for the Construction Co name. I stop going to Palm Springs in early 78. I'm the only one who's posted on this place, incredible! given it was a popular
spot with a good size crowd. I pressume many, if not most, are no longer with us. If anyone else remembers the place, please write a word or two, so I don't feel I am the only one left from those good West Coast days.