Plan it Solar,Inc. and Tru-Line Builders, Inc. Join Forces

Posted online: May. 9, 2013 via
Two long-standing Nevada County based companies have joined forces in an exciting new business relationship designed to offer more robust installation services for residential and commercial solar projects.

Plan it Solar,Inc and Tru-Line Builders,Inc are pleased to announce their new business partnership and have already begun to work together in the Grass Valley & Nevada City area.

Plan it Solar, purchased in February of 2011 by CEO Gil Mathew and business partner Anna Bousouris, focuses on the Northern California residential and commercial solar markets. Working from their offices in Grass Valley Plan it Solar employs a dedicated team of 12 staff representing 50+ combined years of solar system design, installation and support experience.

Tru-Line Builders, owned and operated by Daniel Swartzendruber, is one of Nevada County’s most well-known and trusted General Contractors. With an extensive background in both commercial and residential construction, Tru-Line Builders is committed to building sustain ability into all of their projects.


CoRR’s innovative treatment center opens in Grass Valley

via, posted September 10, 2012
A ceremony in Grass Valley Friday christened the completion of a new facility that is being touted as a nationwide model for the treatment of substance abuse and mental health. After little over a year of construction where Sierra College Drive meets East Main Street, around 100 supporters and state and local dignitaries, were on hand for the ribbon cutting of a first-of-its-kind facility. “I think Nevada County has done so many amazing things already,” said Ariel Lovett, deputy director of the facility. “I think this facility is something the community can be proud of.”


11th Annual Golf Classic a Success!

Posted online: August 16, 2012 via
The Eleventh Annual Bill Schultz Golf Classic on August 12th was a great success! Nearly 144 golfers filled the field on a very warm day at Winchester Country Club. This year’s event was very exciting as the following day marked the first day CoRR’s new Campus was open to the public.

We are very grateful for our local sponsors as well as businesses who donated raffle and auction items. Funds from the Golf Classic, presented by Sierra Foothills Construction and Tru-Line Builders, help support CoRR to make services accessible to those that need them, and specifically support our family services programs. Please acknowledge these generous sponsors by supporting their businesses as they support CoRR’s mission to restore healthy families in the Sierra Nevada.

Tru-Line Builders featured in Nevada County Business News

Summer 2012, written and published by Katy Hight

Daniel SwartzendruberBorn in Truckee, Tru-Line Builders’ President Daniel Swartzendruber moved with his family to Grass Valley in 1998 and began working on construction jobs over summers. His father had built several of the homes the family had lived in while Swartzendruber was growing up, and the younger man took naturally to construction, gradually ramping up the scale of the projects he handled.

Home-schooled through high school, Swartzendruber spent two and a half years at Sierra college studying business while simultaneously working as a carpenter. He graduated from Chico, magnum cum laude, with a B.S. degree in business with an option in production management.

While still in school at Chico, Swarzendruber worked as a production framing contractor on larg-scale, quality tract homes. “We would work on tracts of over 100 houses,” he explains, “with 15 of them being framed at any one time.”