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Clark’s 7th Haven project in Port Townsend has been featured in the Daily Journal of Commerce. Working in conjunction with the nonprofit Olympic Community Action Programs, Clark is building a 43-unit affordable housing complex—the first to be built in Jefferson County in the last 14 years. “In addition to low-income families, people with developmental disabilities,...
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Clark’s reHOME project made headlines in the Daily Journal of Commerce: “The process has been fantastic, it’s been really fun to focus on finding materials and thinking of innovative ways to use them in the project,” Turnbull said. “One of the biggest challenges has been to adapt the recycled materials for a strong structure,” Coates...
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Clark’s Hyla Tenant Improvement project was featured in the Daily Journal of Commerce: “Clark Construction is the general contractor and completed the renovation of the first building, which incidentally happened to be the firm’s former office, this summer.  The renovations and remodel included the additional of a new third mezzanine level to create additional space. ...
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Clark’s Warrior Ridge project was featured in the Daily Journal of Commerce: “In late July, crews from Clark Construction broke ground on phase one of Warrior Ridge, an extensive development that aims to create 370 units of affordable dedicated tribal housing.” Read the article here.
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Clark’s reHOME project was reported on in the Bainbridge Island Review.  The article discusses the resourcing of relatively new materials being saved from the former Harrison Medical Building on Madison Avenue that is going to become the new BI police-court facility, also a Clark project. These materials from the demolition will be recycled to make...
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Clark Construction Inc. is thrilled to announce the opening of a satellite office in Sequim, WA.  The new office is just over an hour from our main headquarters on Bainbridge Island. Clark has already been working in the Olympic Peninsula on a variety of notable projects over the last several years. Driven by the growing...
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“When BHS alumni at Clark Construction learned about the tiny homes project they volunteered to help the students to use tools, frame walls and install roofing on the 96-square-foot homes and encouraged them to consider careers in the building trades.”   Big thanks to Team Clark members: Willie Hepler, Brian Bond, Mackenzie Bond, Kellen Bond...
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“The most comfortable home we’ve ever lived in.” -Loom House homeowners⁠. ____ Loom house is the first-ever renovated residence in the world to be awarded full living building challenge (lbc) certification, a demanding sustainable program that Charlie Hellstern Interior Design, The Miller Hull Partnership, Clark Construction Inc, and Anne James Landscape Architect worked flawlessly together...
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Spring Home Design: Loom House on Bainbridge Island weaves design and sustainability into a one-of-a-kind tapestry of connections. “Loom House is the world’s first renovated home to achieveLiving Building Challenge (LBC) certification. “Living Buildings show apathway in the industry about what’s possible,” says architect Chris Hellstern, LBC services director of The Miller Hull Partnership, who...
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A tiny house is no less a home, and Clark Construction is helping Bainbridge High School students build two for people needing shelter. Students from the BHS Advanced Wood Technology & Construction and Advanced Architecture classes took on the project in partnership with the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI). The classes are taught by Preston...
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