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Project: T & O Office Addition
Location: Lynden, WA
Description: CLT collaborated with Telgenhoff & Oetgen CPA’s to add a 1900 square feet of office, conference, and processing space to the existing 100 year old Tutor Style house/office. CLT used a Bridge Connector that provided a seamless transition between new and old. CLT also used stucco to match the existing building along with lap siding to add texture and color variation. The building flows seamlessly on the interior and exterior thereby avoiding the appearance of a building addition. CLT provided complete design and construction services for this beautiful office addition.

Chevrolet Cadillac of Bellingham

Project: Chevrolet Cadillac of Bellingham
Location: Bellingham, WA
Description: CLT completely designed and built the remodeled dealership. CLT provided all project coordination with General Motors which allowed the owners of the dealership to focus on selling vehicles rather than construction management.

Telgenhoff Residence

Project: Telgenhoff Residence
Company: Designed and Built by CLT
Location: Birch Bay, WA
Description: The Telgenhoff Residence uses a complex blend of material, texture and color to create a architectural design that reflects the Northwest Lifestyle. This project was completely designed and constructed by Craig L. Telgenhoff.

Salish Residence

Project: Salish Residence
Location: Birch Bay WA
Company: Designed and Built by CLT
Description: The Salish residence is a contemporary northwest home situated on a site that offers lake, mountain, territorial and golf course views from every room in the home. It uses a complex blend of glass, steel, wood and stone melded together to create a home that is experienced. The great room offers 360 degree views through the clearstory windows and large window wall facing the lake.

Grandview Residence

Project: Grandview Residence
Location: Ferndale, WA
Company: Designed by CLT
Description: The Grandview residence is a contemporary farm house. The design intent was to create a farmhouse that looked as if it had evolved over time with the great room and garage being the original house with connecting breezeways to the garage, kids wing and master suite. By allowing the building to stretch out into the landscape, the home created many outdoor rooms and took advantage of 360 degree views of the Cascade Mountains, neighboring silos and farmland.

Alderson Residence

Project: Alderson Residence
Company: CLT Arch. Design / Build
Location: Birch Bay, WA
Description: The Alderson Residence was designed to capture incredible views of Birch Bay and Olympic Mountains. As a result all living space was located on the second floor and sleeping and service space was located on the main level. The building had to fit a narrow and steep building site located within a critical area along California Creek.

The timber framed porch transitions to an interior timber framed open staircase with an open boardwalk that connects the main and upper level. The purpose of creating a boardwalk within the home was to enhance the feeling that you are at the beach. The site specific design and use of interior and exterior finishes seek to pull colors and materials that reflect the character of the Northwest.

Central Road Shop

Project: Central Road Shop
Location: Everson, WA
Company: Designed and Built by CLT
Description: The Central Shop was designed to house boats, classic cars, storage and mother-in-law suite. While it stores toys, it also provides a large space for entertaining large groups of people for family picnics, weddings, birthdays and even church services. The owners thought the building was going to be a good storage space; however the interior and exterior fit and finish has expanded the use beyond their initial conception of the project. It went from being a shop to a facility and asset.

Union Plaza Plans

Union Plaza

Project: Union Plaza
Company: Weber & Thompson Architects
Location: Denver Tech Center DTC
Project Cost: $125 Million
Description: Twenty four story high-rise condo with commercial space at plaza level. Seven story mid-rise office building. Plaza and three story underground parking structure. Project occupies one city block.

Safeco Field

Project: Safeco Field
Company: Hunt & Kiewitt / Joint Venture
Location: Seattle
Project Cost: Still Counting
Description: Seattle Mariner’s Baseball Stadium

Charter Construction

Project Krustez Residence
Company: Charter Construction
Location: West Seattle
Project Cost: $1.2 Million
Description: The Heily Residence sits on a spectacular overlook above Elliott Bay and Duwamish Head. The building is sophisticated in all aspects of design and specification and features architectural concrete, Venetian plaster, pneumatic doors, as well as state of the art mechanical and electrical systems including integrated control systems. The building site itself is on a steep sensitive slope that required (65) auger-cast pilings to stabilize the difficult foundation system

Group Health Cooperative

Project: Group Health Cooperative
Company: Baugh Construction
Location: Seattle’s Capital Hill
Project Cost: $6.5 Million
Description: Complete fourth floor tenant build out, remodeled pharmacy and remodeled annex buildings not shown in picture.

O'Dea High School Remodel

Project: O'Dea High School Remodel
Company: Baugh Construction
Location: Seattle’s Capital Hill
Project Cost: $500 Thousand
Description: Four-stop elevator addition. Construction detailing matches original gothic architectural style.

Benaroya Research Institute / Immunex

Project: Benaroya Research Institute / Immunex
Company: Baugh Construction
Location: Seattle
Project Cost: $1.75 Million
Description: Benaroya Research Institute
For Amgen, 45,000 square feet of laboratory build-out at the Benaroya Research Institute.

Project: Washington Mutual

Project: Washington Mutual
Company: Lease Crutcher Lewis
Location: Issaquah
Project Cost: $350 Thousand
Description: Washington Mutual located in the Issaquah Fred Meyer.