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.
As the weather cools, Clark is charging ahead on a variety of work, including concrete pours at multiple custom residential homes. Construction is gearing up at the Roost Community, continuing at the Old Hardware Store on Winslow, and nearing completion at the Ferncliff Townhomes.
On September 8th friends, family, and colleagues joined us as we broke ground for the Roost community on the south end of Bainbridge. Phase I of construction will feature 10 single family homes. We are so grateful for all of the support shown for our team, and we can’t wait to make this vision of a collaborative, creative, and responsible community a reality!
Clark Construction has moved office. Our new space is on the second floor at 500 Winslow Way east, at the intersection of Winslow Way and Highway 305. We are located across the plaza from the Bainbridge Art Museum and right above the Ale House. The new space better accommodates our growing business and provides us with a bright, open space for our employees and for meeting with clients and subcontractors.
Clark Construction, LLC has been named the builder for the second phase of Ferncliff Village, as mentioned in the following Kitsap Sun and Inside Bainbridge articles. As noted, phase two will add 16 townhomes to the community.
By Mady dahlstrom, Porch.com Content Editor (ForbesLife)
Perched high up on a mountain, blending in with the cedar trees and wildlife of the Pacific Northwest, a tree fort made of rusty steel frames and concrete walls floats above the undisturbed mountainside belonging to the San Juan Islands in Washington State. Only reachable by plane or boat, this mountain vacation home is one of the most remote homes in America. A Seattle family fell in love with this unique 11-acre Buck Mountain location, struck by the scene of breathtaking views and the emotional sensation of feeling a million miles away from urbanity... read more
In the summer of 2014 Clark began construction on a large residential home in Seattle. Located on the shores of Lake Washington, the job site presented unique challenges. Both demolition and material sourcing required the use of barges and large cranes. This 6,000 sf residence features three levels, two elevators, and a large covered deck facing the lake.