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Here are some great behind-the-scenes looks at the prefab elements for the 8th and Republican jobsite in Seattle. Many thanks to Conco Commercial Concrete Contractors and to Ron Rivera for these fantastic time-lapse videos of the Conco column yard being used to prepare for this job!
Need help finding parking near a Cruncher jobsite? Check out this fantastic resource, where you can compare prices in various Seattle neighborhoods.
Attention all Crunchers! We are looking to do something a little different for our t-shirts this year. After all, it will be our fifteenth anniversary! We would like to invite all Crunchers (and people who love Crunchers) to compete in an art competition, and the winning piece of artwork will be featured on our next Cruncher t-shirt.
All drawings are due by the end of the year: December 31, 2014. Keep in mind that the final version will need to be transferred to t-shirts, so remember to keep it relatively simple – and appropriate for the workplace, of course. Need help coming up with ideas? Feel free to send us a message on facebook, or contact the website administrator through Cruncher’s Contact page. We look forward to seeing all the great ideas you come up with!
Please direct all submissions to email@example.com, and include “T-Shirt Design Contest” in the subject line.
Here’s a first look at our Costco Issaquah Loading Dock Expansion with Ferguson Construction, Inc.
Keep checking back in for more project photos, and if you have any you’d like to see on our website, send them along!
The Cornwall project in Bellingham is coming along nicely! Here’s a sneak peek at the work our Crunchers have been accomplishing alongside Moncrieff Construction, Inc.
We have a new project starting in Seattle, WA, at the end of October with Moncrieff Construction, Inc. We’re working with Moncrieff on several other jobs this year, including the Cornwall Apartments and Oxford Hotel in Bellingham. The upcoming project at 68th and 8th will be a new mixed use multi-story building in the Roosevelt neighborhood in north Seattle, near a future light rail station. If you’re interested in learning more about this project, visit the City of Seattle website and check out the detailed Urban Design Analysis.
Here’s a first look at the Community Aquatic Center we’re working on in Sammamish, WA with Gencon Pacific, Inc. Keep up the good work, Crunchers!