Archived Projects

    Kirkland Central Condominiums ($496K) Kirkland, WA

    Our team worked as the siding subcontractor on this project in Kirkland.  We installed penatration flashing, windows and fiber cement siding over a rain-screen sytem.


    Spring Street Condominiums ($200K) Seattle, WA

    Our Team worked closely with the Architectural Consultant and the HOA to replace this walkout roof deck surface. Access had to be obtained by erecting a twelve story scaffolding tower.  Work included demolishing 6-inches of thick mortar bed which had to be lowered to the street level.  The application of new Sarnafil membrane waterproofing system, custom sheet metal flashings, decorative panels, and an elevated pedestal walking surface with stone tiles was also included in the scope of work. The project was successfully completed on-time and within budget.


    Sammamish Landing Condominiums ($500K) Redmond, WA

    Our team worked with the HOA and Architectural Consulting firm to install a new cladding system.  Work included the installation of a new weather resistive barrier; pre-primed James Hardie fiber cement siding; vinyl windows; Azek composite trim detailing; aluminum deck guardrails and Deck-Tec vinyl protective sheet goods at unit decks.  The entire building including the carports were also painted.


    Highland House ($449K) Kirkland, WA

    Our Team worked with Amento Group, an architectural consulting firm and the HOA to correct faulty workmanship performed by the previous repair contractor. The scope of work included:  structural framing repairs; selective stucco demolition and installation; new Kynar sheet metal coping at deck pony walls, new glass panel guardrails; the installation of a new Carlisle deck waterproofing system, which required the decks to be flooded with water and tested for leaks over a 24-hour period to demonstrate a water tight seal.  The project also entailed the installation of NanaWall systems in four separate condominiums.


    Ashford Park Condominiums ($2.58M) Redmond, WA

    Our team worked closely with the HOA, Architectural Consultant and Third Party Inspector to complete this strip and re-clad of (75) occupied townhouse style condominiums.  Costs were carefully tracked and the total construction costs came in roughly $400K under what was originally budgeted.


    Greensview Apartments ($1.35M) Everett, WA

    Jon Walkley, Charles Davis, and Ashley Hogan all members of our team were hired by this apartment owner to complete rot repairs, liquid applied traffic coatings, and the reinstallation of existing vinyl siding while the (94) apartments were occupied. Since this was an ongoing insurance claim for the client, careful documentation of the repairs and expenses were an essential part of this project.


    Henry Apartments ($551K) Seattle, WA

    Jon Walkley, Charles Davis, and Ashley Hogan, all members of our team worked with a local building envelope consulting firm and the property manager on this total siding re-clad job. The repairs on this occupied apartment complex included:  installing new vinyl lap siding with proper weatherproof flashings; installation of new vinyl windows and sliding glass doors; the application of liquid applied traffic coatings; installation of aluminum deck guardrails; a completely new TPO membrane roof and extensive dry rot repairs.


    Horizon Square Apartments ($644K) Everett, WA

    Our Team completed a total strip and re-clad of this apartment building.  The scope of work included:  the replacement of James Hardie Siding; CertainTeed asphalt shingle roofing; Pacific Polymer liquid applied traffic coatings; aluminum picket deck guardrails; custom sheet metal gutters and downspouts; and Milgard vinyl windows and sliding glass doors. This project also required extensive framing repairs as a result of uncovered dry rot and decay.  We were able to accomplish all of this while apartments were occupied with tenants.  Since this project stemmed from an insurance claim, we worked in concert with the owner, insurer, and attorney to ensure construction costs were properly documented for the claim.