We are very excited to announce the big move to our new, permanent offices at 355 Ericksen Ave, here on Bainbridge Island! At Clark Construction we are committed to efficient, sustainable building practices, and that starts with our own building. We invite you to stop by anytime between 3 and 7pm this Friday, October 12th. Parking is limited, so we suggest parking at Bainbridge Performing Arts, and walking up. We look forward to welcoming you to our new home! View the official invite here.
Clark Construction is a sponsor of Housing Resources Bainbridge and encourages you to attend their annual breakfast, Oct. 18. This great fundraiser for affordable housing on Bainbridge Island runs 7:30-9 a.m. at Wing Point Golf and Country Club. Bainbridge has historically been home to people of all income levels and backgrounds. This year's breakfast highlights the stories of island natives, a business owner with Bainbridge family ties, and other remarkable people from around the community. Funds raised from the event support island housing programs, maintaining HRB's affordable rental units, and making more units available in the future.
Register for this great event by Oct. 15 here.
Find out more at www.housingresourcesbi.org.
You value your trees, and so do we. Clark Construction goes out of our way to protect existing trees, vegetation and landscaping on every job site, from remodels to new construction. One of our strategies: cladding your trees in 2x4s throughout the construction cycle, to prevent accidental bumps and bruises from equipment. See this care in action at Bainbridge Island’s Loom house, a Living Building Challenge remodel, where the grounds are heavily treed with both native firs and ornamentals.
Often you’ll see people protect trees with plywood boxes, but we did something smarter – and much truer to the spirit of LBC. We salvaged framing and deck material during demolition, and repurposed the pieces that weren’t in the best condition for reuse to protect these beautiful established trees.
When we leave your site at the end of the project, your trees won’t know we were even there. We make our mark by not leaving any.
We are proud sponsors of this year’s Taste of Lynwood Block Party! Come say hi at out booth on Saturday, Sept 15th. There will be live music, tasty food and delicious beer, as well as fun for the whole family! More info: https://tasteoflynwood.org/
We are honored to be showcased on the Liberty Bay Bank website. LBB understands construction and the unique finance needs for the industry, which is not common with banks. You can build a relationship with people at Liberty Bay Bank – it is not just a revolving door. LBB is flexible and willing to work with us to understand our financing requirements. Learn more about this fantastic bank here.
Clark Construction is committed to efficient, sustainable building technologies and techniques – and that starts with our own building.
Our new offices at 355 Ericksen Avenue boast leading-edge efficiency features including:
• a state-of-the-art envelope with outboard rigid insulation for walls and roof
• a snug air-barrier membrane with all penetrations taped and sealed
• operable windows with radiant heat panels in every office
• a 6.3kW rooftop solar array for smart, renewable power
Clark can bring these same energy-saving features to residential and commercial projects of all sizes. But come and see them for yourself – we’re all moved in, even as we add a few finishing touches to the building and grounds. Watch for our big Open House announcement this fall.
Our Clark Construction team is a tightknit squad on the jobsite and off. When not building excellent new homes and commercial spaces this summer, we enjoyed great team-building events like deep-sea fishing and our big company BBQ. We even threw the pigskin around with Seahawks star QB Russell Wilson! Look like fun? We’re always on the lookout for new team members; see our careers page about opportunities with fast-growing Clark, and tell us what you can bring to the team.
The Bainbridge Island Review discusses the new Pleasant Beach Village Lodge addition. Read the full story here.
This addition brings 10 new guest rooms in a 2-story, 6,800 sf. lodge 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 offer 500 sf. rooms with spacious layouts and luxury appointments. Inn at Pleasant Beach guests can enjoy a seasonal 25-yard outdoor pool, hot tub and a fitness center, along with four restaurants, a pool clubhouse, retail shops and services, and residential living. Completion is scheduled for spring 2019.
This "tiny planet" view shows off some of the beautiful landscaping at the Loom House on Bainbridge Island. In line with the Living Building Challenge, all new plantings, including native and low-water use species, will complement the existing mature evergreens, Japanese maples, rhododendrons and groundcover.
The Walk on Bainbridge is a 38-unit multifamily residential townhome development in the urban center on Bainbridge Island. Clark is building these homes to the highest standards of sustainability using eco-friendly and healthy materials. Extensive solar will power the units. The townhome layout creates a true neighborhood with community gardens and active shared amenities. With a variety of sizes and configurations, these well-designed townhomes will provide much needed housing just steps away from Winslow.
On April 20th we broke ground on Phase 1B of Roost! We are very grateful to all of our colleagues, supporters, family, and friends who have made this next step possible, and to everyone who came out to help us celebrate.
This phase, designed by Indigo Architecture & Interiors, will consist of 12 live/work townhomes in four buildings of three units each. The units will have living space on the upper two floors and commercial space and a garage on the ground floor. The buildings will be constructed using ICFs (insulated concrete forms), just as they were in Phase 1A. For more information visit roostbainbridge.com.
We are very excited to begin the process of relocating to our new offices on Ericksen Avenue! While we complete work on our permanent space, we will be operating out of temporary offices in an adjacent building.
Our main phone number will remain the same, (206) 842-5450. As always, we are also available on our cell phones. Our mailing address will also remain the same:
PO Box 10625
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
The physical address of our temporary space is:
385 Ericksen Avenue NE
Suite #111 and Suite #110
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
The entire Clark team will be moved to this space by the end of March. We greatly appreciate your patience as we make this transition. Our new offices will provide a perfect space for our company to continue to grow and take on exciting new projects. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to give us a call, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The winter 2017-2018 issue of Bainbridge Island Magazine features an article on the Hansen Road Farmhouse.
Read the article (page 36) to find out how the homeowner worked with Clark and architect Mark Olason to build a beautiful modern farmhouse within her allotted budget.
Find out more about the project here.
Check out page 36 of the Spring 2017 issue of Bainbridge Island Magazine for a great article about one of our projects, the Grand Avenue Residence!
Matthew Coates, of Coates Design Architects, was able to work with a beautiful but challenging waterfront property to design an inviting modern home.
For more about this project, see the project page here.