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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We were humbled to be able to assist with this installation of the new interpretive artwork on the Japanese Exclusion Memorial Departure Deck that Clark constructed early last year. The new artwork, fabricated by our partner Turner Exhibits consists of a number of rusted steel sculptural pieces by Vaughan, Washington artists Anna Brones and Luc Revel, and an imposing gate by long-time memorial advocate John Buday.  The artwork was formally presented to...
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Jim’s career in construction began unexpectedly in 1981 when he was hitchhiking to Radio Shack to submit an employment application. A man in a pickup truck offered him a ride and asked if he knew how to use a chop saw. He lied and said, “yes”. He didn’t even know what a chop saw was, let alone how to use one. Despite his lack of knowledge, the man let him...
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Clark has been pleased to work with The Kitsap Building Association apprenticeship program to support the training of interns into full-time skilled employees.  The Builder Grant Program provides internship opportunities in the home construction industry, focusing on carpentry, electrical, plumbing, painting & coating, and HVAC. Selectees are given a stipend for tools and teamed up with a trade mentor, working fulltime over a six-week period in an effort to educate...
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Promotion announcement by Clark founder Rachele Turnbull, who assumes President role   After 16 years in business, with 85 employees, Clark Construction is on track to complete nearly $50MM of work in 2022. When reflecting on what has made the company so successful over the past 16 years, founder Rachele Turnbull says, “it is the people who take ownership and responsibility for the company through their hard work and actions.” Two such people, Casey French and Kellen...
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With Summer now in full swing, a flurry of activity and progress continues at our various job sites across the Kitsap Peninsula.  See what amazing structures are being built:  
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Team Clark won Best Hole at the Putt-Putt Clash presented by Blackmouth Design this past weekend.  Local builders, designers, engineers and makers built 12 custom mini-golf holes for 360 attendees (coming from Bainbridge, Bremerton, Seattle, Portland and Cheney!) who came to play the custom built course for the day.  A peoples choice vote on the best hole, deemed our “Camp Clark” hole the winner! Thanks Blackmouth for creating such a...
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It is with great excitement that we announce the ground breaking of our Warrior Ridge project.  Through this community supportive housing initiative and in collaboration with the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, our project team will construct homes on Port Gamble Tribal lands that are both affordable and provide services the residents need to thrive. The first phase of this project is on 8 acres of land and involves the construction...
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Miranda is a Project Leadership Team (PLT) Coordinator at Clark Construction. Utilizing her core values of compassion, kindness and generosity, she serves as a key support member to the Project Leadership team on a variety of complex construction projects. Miranda is responsible for all support duties for her projects including: processing and tracking receipts, reviewing and entering man hours, monitoring billability, processing invoices and a whole lot more. Miranda knew...
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We are thrilled to announce that our first reHOME project has broken ground! Through pro-bono services from local professionals, trade partners and volunteers, three tiny homes will be constructed (from recycled materials!) at Morales Farm on Bainbridge Island. This collaborative community project will help ease our affordable housing crisis while utilizing new and innovative ideas in sustainable architecture. The team (HRB, Coates Design, Friends of the Farm & Clark) have...
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We are happy to once again be supporting Bainbridge Youth Services as they raise funds for their critical work. Register now for their annual FUN RUN happening July 4!  askbys.org. BYS is committed to supporting youth mental health and well-being. All proceeds from the Fun Run go towards keeping all BYS services free and accessible for all youth. Find information on all of the Bainbridge Grand Old 4th of July festivities here.
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This year’s recipient of the Clark Construction Craft Scholarship went to Bainbridge High School graduate Alex McAbee. Alex is a dedicated student who took classes related to the trades each year of his high school term and was recently accepted to the school of Wooden Boat Building in Port Hadlock, with aspirations of going into a trade-specific career. This annual scholarship fund, gifts promising Bainbridge High School graduates money towards...
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Juneteenth, an annual commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States after the Civil War, has been celebrated by African Americans since the late 1800s. President Biden signed legislation last year that made Juneteenth, which falls on June 19, a federal holiday. At Clark Construction, we know that a diverse, equitable, and inclusive company is a successful one. Because of this, we are excited to announce the launch...
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Brian has spent the bulk of his career with Clark Construction. He joined the team as a Laborer and quickly moved up the ranks to his current role of Labor Superintendent.  Prior to Clark, he worked for a small furniture refinishing business, spent a summer as a roofer, and worked at Winslow Paint on Bainbridge Island. Having graduated from Eagle Harbor High School, he is deeply committed to the community...
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The Clark Team attended The City of Bainbridge Island’s groundbreaking ceremony on Friday to celebrate the commencement of construction for the City’s new Police and Municipal Court Facility at 8804 Madison Avenue. More details about the event in the Bainbridge Review. More details about this Clark project here.
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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 demand for construction and with many of our team members residing in the area, Clark...
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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 & Dylan Sievertson for their help on this project! And gratitude to BHS and Preston...
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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 to achieve its stringent demands. ____ Thank you Portrait Magazine for the great story! Read...
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It is fun to be supporting the annual Bainbridge Island ReFashion (Trashion) Show again! This year’s beloved ReFashion Runway will be outdoors, on the beautiful IslandWood campus, you can meet the designers and models in a more natural habitat.  Arrive any time between 1-4pm on Sunday June 12. During your rambles on the trails, you will encounter local models of all ages and talented designers presenting creative garb that spans functional...
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As a Boot Sponsor for the 2022 Habitat Build Class, Clark was honored to attend the ribbon cutting event on Friday.  A workforce training program led by Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County, this program provides a 9-week training, tools and safety gear to local residents who want to learn basic residential building skills, while building homes for local families in need. The goal of the program is to empower...
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