Happy Fourth of July! We hope that your Independence Day celebrations are joyful and safe.
Remember to show respect for our veterans by celebrating responsibly and legally – light fireworks outside of city limits and only on the specified days. Thank you for being considerate, and thanks to our vets for their service and sacrifice.
Cruncher celebrated it’s 16th anniversary this May! We are so proud of all the incredible work Cruncher has accomplished over the last sixteen years. We hope to continue exemplifying the values of excellence, dependability, and integrity into the future as Cruncher continues to grow and build our community.
Thank you especially to all our guys for their hard work – you make us great!
This job is going to be a 26-story apartment building next to the Amazon headquarters in South Lake Union. The project promotes walking, biking, ride share programs and transit use by limiting parking and by providing one bike parking space for every unit. We’re looking forward to working on this project and sharing our progress here over the next few months!
For more information on the building itself, look here and here.
Dylan and his crew have been driving progress forward at Mercy Othello Plaza over the past few months. Check out a few pictures, and expect to see huge leaps and bounds in future photos!
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray visited the Mercy Othello Plaza job site last week to celebrate the building of new affordable housing in South Seattle. Cruncher is placing the rebar for this project, and we’re very excited to be a part of it.
Murray lauded the project, saying that once complete, “residents will live in a diverse neighborhood steps away from open spaces, health services and transit options that connect them to jobs and educational opportunities throughout the city.” He noted the proximity to light-rail in particular as a form of reliable transportation for working class residents.
Bill Rumpf, Regional President of Mercy Housing Northwest, accompanied the mayor to the site. He stressed the importance of providing housing for families with children, pointing out that “most new construction happening now is small apartments.”
This project is part of the Seattle Housing Levy, and shows that the city leadership are taking steps to compensate for the influx of people to the greater Seattle area due to the booming tech and construction industry. We look forward to seeing how this project progresses.
For more information on the the Mercy Othello Plaza, click here.