Daniel Bell Construction is a family-owned and operated business that only uses highly qualified sub contractors when subs are required. We have been serving Southern California for over 15 years. Daniel Bell Construction is a fully-licensed, General B construction service. We can manage your entire project from conception to completion to save you time, money and headaches. Our teams of construction professionals are dedicated to helping you realize your dreams through inspiration, education and trustworthy, reliable service. We are proud of our reputation as a knowledgeable, high quality, detail-oriented service and would like a chance to earn your business. We stand behind our work and will make sure you are happy with every detail or we’re not finished.

Daniel Bell Construction is a California fully-licensed and bonded construction company with over 15 years experience. We specialize in many aspects of construction including but not limited to:

  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Fire Place Mantels
  • Entertainment Centers
  • Window and Door Replacement
  • Base, Casement and Crown Moldings
  • Tiny Home Design and Construction
  • Green Construction

Our Mission

The mission of Daniel Bell Construction is to provide homeowners, property managers and weekend warriors with construction services and knowledge that fulfills their needs and wants at a fair price. Our professional, friendly and knowledgeable team will help inspire, educate and problem solve for our customers. Our superior service and quality workmanship will build long lasting relationships and improve the community around us. This will be accomplished by educating our customers, increasing property values and building quality products that reduce landfill waste and reduce environmental impacts.

Daniel Bell


I am the owner of Daniel Bell Construction. I’ve been designing and building things as long as I can remember, from driftwood forts on the beaches of Lopez Island, Washington, to motorized LEGO creations with my Big Brother, to go carts and box cars in Cub Scouts. I was in junior high when I enrolled in my first shop class and have been hooked ever since.

By the time I was a senior in high school, I knew I wanted to teach, and started my first business to pay for tools and save for college. I graduated from high school in Brea, California with honors and an ROP award for “outstanding woodshop student”.

Working nearly full time in construction, I completed an Associates Degree at Fullerton College. There I also obtained several certificates in the field of construction. I transferred to Cal State University Los Angeles, where I was able to design a program focused on teaching and construction. I graduated with Honors and a BS in Industrial Technology.

I am currently a teacher and licensed contractor specializing in finish carpentry and woodwork. I have participated in the construction of several homes from the ground up and understand all phases of construction. I have also participated in construction projects in the Northwest, Southwest and Southeast United States, gaining a broad understanding of different construction methods and materials. I enjoy the challenges and rewards of bringing a project to fruition. I consider construction a valuable tool for everyone, as it teaches problem solving, sequencing and spatial skills as well as empowering informed consumers.

When I’m not working, I like to be outside, taking pictures, kayaking, hiking, bicycling and traveling. I have visited every state in the U.S. and many of our National Parks. I enjoy reading about business concepts, and keeping up to date with new construction tools and techniques. When possible, I like to spend time in my shop designing and building fine furniture. I love the smell of fresh sawdust and the fit of a perfect dovetail joint!


State of California Contractors State License Board
California State University Los Angeles Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology
Fullerton College Associate of Arts Liberal Arts
OSHA 500 Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry
OSHA 510 Standards for the Construction Industry
OSHA 7105 Evacuation and Emergency Planning
Beginning Residential Construction Certificate of Completion
Residential Finish Carpentry Certificate of Completion
Women at Work Magic Camp Certificate of Appreciation ACE Charter School
Women at Work Magic Camp Certificate of Appreciation Mentoring a Girl in Construction Summer Camp


Hands-on training experience exposes girls to the magic of construction – Ventura County Star
Camarillo summer camp teaches construction skills to young women – Ventura County Star
Tiny house helps teach girls about big opportunities in construction careers – Ventura County Star
ACE students’ work takes center stage in ‘Oliver!’ – Ventura County Star
New law eases graduation requirements to promote career ed – Ventura County Star
High school students learn alongside trade professionals – Camarillo Acorn
Theater and high school build new relationship – Camarillo Acorn
Community Notes 11/19/2010 – Camarillo Acorn


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