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This recent article published in the Bainbridge Island Review discusses the formation of reHOME and our first project here on Bainbridge. Read the full article here
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Local “reHOME” Coalition Launches Ingenious Sustainable Design Solution to Tackle Housing Crisis [BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash.] – Resilience and regeneration.  This is the reHOME motto, a project that aims to provide affordable housing neighborhoods utilizing one hundred percent recycled or repurposed materials for a third the cost of today’s construction prices. A creation...
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Our historic Fort Worden project was featured in the Daily Journal of Commerce this past week. It is a fantastic article in which Signal Architecture shares their design process, the research, and intentionality behind this important project. “’While preservation is not without challenges, the opportunity to merge the historic and future lives of the buildings has been incredibly...
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The Clark team recently visited our newest completed project – the extension of the historic Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial.  The construction of a cantilevered deck representing the original departure dock evokes the experience of the many Japanese Americans who were forced from their homes during World War II.  At this same location 79...
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We are at a crucial moment in our shared history–the last decade for real change. It is imperative that our environmental action is not only swift but just. Join us for this online event and help transform communities that answer the question, “What does good look like?” We are proud exhibitor sponsors of this years...
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Our very own Ann Reis, Director of Operations at Clark has been featured in this year’s Women In Business supplement in the Bainbridge Island Review, highlighting prominent female leaders in our Kitsap community. See the entire supplement here.  
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“One of the most sustainable houses on earth!” We could not be more proud of our Loom project for receiving this incredible recognition of full Living Building Challenge 4.0 Certification from the Living Future Insitute. It was a huge honor to bring such a high level of sustainability to the renovation of this existing home...
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Meet Jon Rotsten, our superintendent with a ready smile. Jon has a varied background when it comes to working around construction. He began in this field working for a family-owned construction company run by his Mother, and for a couple of years in there he also worked for Kingston Lumber. Over the years, Jon has...
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Work continues to progress at Building 305 in Fort Worden’s new Makers Square. Reclaimed 100-year-old Douglas Fir, stone walls, and white washed Douglas Fir shiplap create a dialogue between old and new. Throughout its 100-year history as a military base and a variety of other uses, Building 305 has been imprinted by its inhabitants. Remnants...
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Clark Construction Founder and CEO, Rachele Turnbull, was recently invited to join Women in CCE and the COE Center for Diversity & Inclusion for their second instalment of the Leadership Webinar Series: Identifying and attaining skill sets to reach our career goals.  Rachele spoke on how individuals can better identify skill sets they have and how...
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