1870 First St

P-B Livermore

home of the trades

Purpose-Built Livermore

Your community hub, known as the Home of The Trades. Here you’ll find top-brand workwear, clothing, boots, everyday carry, PPE gear, nutrition packed snacks, energy fueled drinks and inspiration for your Blue Collar calling. Whatever field your craft lies in — construction, manufacturing, maintenance, agriculture or essential services, we got you covered and more!  

Let our professional and friendly team of experts personally fit you for safety, comfort, function and freedom on and off the job-site.  Come learn what Purpose Built is all about and walk out with new friends and gear you never knew you looked so good in.  

We post in-store for local PB events, car + truck shows and meet-ups to help you get the most out of being alive.  Get exclusive savings only at your local shop.

Making each trade and community stronger, brick by brick.

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The Blue Collar Tour Jan. 20th


The 2024 Blue Collar Tour is an exciting way to get high school students interested in the Blue Collar Trades. With all of the distractions and short attention spans in today's kids, Western Welding Academy created an experience never done by a trade school before. They have armed themselves with a tour bus, welding rig, and a trailer full of giveaways. Each event lasts 4-6 hours and includes hands-on welding demonstrations, SWAG and tool giveaways, and highlights of the benefits of Blue Collar Trades in America.

things to know


1870 First St, Livermore, CA 94550

Shop Hours + Contact

MON - FRI — 10AM - 8PM
SAT — 10AM - 7PM
SUN — 11AM - 5PM

SUN 11AM - 6PM

(925) 294-0557


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Men's Apparel
Women's Apparel
Kid's Apparel
Headwear + Hardhats
Glasses + Eyewear

PPE: Flame Resistant
Rain Gear + Outerwear
Bibs + Coveralls
HiVis Workwear
Boots for every job

Everyday Carry
Wallets + Keychains
Knives + Tool belts
Stickers + Decals
Drinkware + Coolers



Livermore was a railroad town named after Robert Livermore, a local rancher.  In 1869, Western Pacific Railroad, established its flag post and the official U.S. post office opened its doors. Coal mining was big business and the area is known as one of California's oldest wine regions dating back to 1840. 

During the early years, Livermore’s downtown was well known for large hotels that graced the street corners.