Stanley Boersma, Advisory Chairman Emeritus
Cubix Construction Company’s roots in the design and construction business extend back to 1948. Stanley Boersma, an immigrant from the Netherlands, joined the company in 1958 and rose through the ranks to become president in 1969.
In 1972 the Company built its first Self Storage facility for Kaiser Aetna in Pacheco, California. After completing that project, Stan realized that standard construction methods were inefficient and costly for this type of use. Under Stanley’s management, Cubix developed new design concepts and standardized construction systems that resulted in a higher quality product providing a competitive edge for the owner and greater security and access for the tenants. The Cubix design, concept, and methods have become the model for the industry.
Stanley has, on several occasions, been the featured speaker for the Self-Storage Association’s seminars on the construction of Self-Storage facilities. Stan has been instrumental as a founder of the Self-Storage Operators Network in the Bay Area. He has led the company to be involved with the design, construction, and operation of over 400 self-storage facilities in the Western United States, Australia, and the Netherlands.
Stan’s son Ed, and grandson Logan, continue the family legacy as managing members of Cubix Asset Management. Stan and wife Geurtje of almost 60 years have 13 grandchildren and have an active life spending time between homes in Alamo, CA and the Netherlands.