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Check out this great article in the recent Bainbridge Islander about our project The Walk. It is the first Living Building Zero Energy registered community on Bainbridge Island. Learn more about this highly sustainable community here on their website: thewalkbainbridge.com  Looking for a home to rent in downtown Bainbridge? This might be the place for you.
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Meet the new wave of female builders! Here is an interesting article by the Washington Post on the growth of women entering into construction trades. This is encouraging to see!  Read it here: https://wapo.st/2Adyace
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Professional Builder spotlights Roost, our multifamily housing community on the South end of Bainbridge Island, in their recent issue.  Clark partnered with Indigo Architecture & Interiors to create energy-efficient homes that are cost-effective and aesthetically pleasing.  Using Nudura ICF’s, a responsibly sourced material, allowed for greater noise reduction, easy maintenance in a damp environment, and...
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The first thing you notice is the view: a sweeping, 180-degree panorama that takes in sparkling Puget Sound, ferries gliding back and forth to the distant Seattle skyline, the snow-capped Cascades beyond. For some buyers, this would have been the sole attraction, and the midcentury modern home atop the bluff would have been an afterthought...
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Written by Anne James, Anne James Landscape Architecture How do you accommodate the urban agriculture element of the Living Building Challenge on a shaded, forested site in the Pacific Northwest?  Think forest foraging and mushrooms!! Loom House on Bainbridge Island, WA will uphold the principles of the Living Building Challenge (LBC) v3.1 Imperative 02: Urban...
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Even the most efficient construction produces a lot of wood waste. After raw lumber is shaped into a beautiful new home or remodel, board ends and random scraps are typically sent straight to the dump. So how are we tackling this big challenge in the construction industry? At our historic Loom House job site on...
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Energy independence is a key goal of the Living Building Challenge – projects must generate 105 percent of their own power using renewable sources, and provide onsite storage for system resiliency. It’s called net-positive energy, and it’s a very high bar to reach. The Loom House on Bainbridge Island is up to the challenge. The...
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When Clark Construction began renovating the Loom house on Bainbridge Island – bringing an older home up to the rigorous standards of the Living Building Challenge – we had to demonstrate exceptional concern for the environment. That care extended to the landscape , where a beautiful Chinese dogwood (Cornus kousa) was growing in the footprint...
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The Bainbridge Island Review discusses the new Pleasant Beach Village Inn addition.  Read the full story here. This addition brings 10 new guest rooms in a 2-story, 6,800 sf. building to Pleasant Beach Village on Bainbridge Island. Crafted by Clark Construction to match the old-world charm of the historic Lynwood Center neighborhood, the building will...
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Portrait of Seattle magazine features the Manzanita Bay home Clark remodeled with BC&J Architecture and Taylor Anne Interiors. Read the full story here.
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