At any given time, we're building about ten different projects, all in different stages of construction. Read on to learn more about a selection of our current work.
Whidbey Island: Smuggler's Cove Residence
We are wrapping up finish carpentry and about to hand over the keys to the owner. Designed by MW | Works, there's a lovely vignette around each corner and beautiful details everywhere you look.
Left: Glass front entry door with custom steel and leather handle. Right: stained cedar siding with a rough sawn cedar boardwalk that leads to the front door.
Left: The house is situated at a clearing at the edge of the woods. A south-facing bank of windows illuminates the kitchen and dining room. Right: Past the kitchen is the living room with a basalt stone fireplace.
Left: The plaster and teak slat hallway that leads to the master suite. Right: The last of the blue tape in the master bath, with a teak vanity and shower floor, plaster walls, and cedar ceiling.
Perkins Lane Residence
It's a hub of activity at our Magnolia project, designed by Coats Design Architecture. We're in the finish stages as carpenters install kitchen cabinetry and we pour concrete exterior decks.
Left: The newly installed kitchen cabinetry, fabricated in Dovetail's wood shop. The cabinets are stained rift sawn white oak with a quartz counter top. Right: The stone tiled wall of the living room with fireplace.
Left: View of Puget Sound and Bainbridge Island from a second floor bedroom. Right: In the master bath, carpenter Bryan Pederson measures a half-wall in preparation for trim.
C&C Loft Apartments
Located on Old Ballard Ave, we're constructing two new loft apartments atop a historic building, designed by Richartz Studios. Currently, we're prepping to install casework and finishes.
Left: We're nearing completion of the exterior stucco siding, which wraps around the old brick building like a nurse log. Right: the back decks and floor to ceiling window walls have views of the Ballard Locks and the Puget Sound.
Left: Master bath in the west unit. Right: Master bath in the east unit.
Located in industrial Ballard, the Klotski building is a ground-up mixed use structure designed by Graham Baba Architects. We've finished interior framing, are installing the roof, and are beginning rough-in for electrical and plumbing services.
Left: The front facade with Quantum windows on the ground floor and Fleetwood windows above. We're framing the parapet on the third floor. Right: The back facade where we've completed installing the windows and waterproofing the sheathing.
Left: An interior courtyard on the third floor draws in lots of light and creates different indoor-outdoor spaces. Right: Framed by the structural moment framing, a third floor deck hosts a BBQ area.