Fleischer Septic

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This septic install in Thurston County is a pressure system using infiltrator gravel-less technology by Cory Brownson our certified septic installer.

Location: Olympia

Size: NA

Build Date: September 2018

Designed By: Becky Rieger of Environmental Design LLC.

Construction Entrance + Approach

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The Advanced Build team, under Cory’s direction, put in a full construction entrance with erosion control, culvert, and driveway base to the eventual build site. The large amounts of water run-off from the road on the hill had caused some problems at the entry area which we were able to fix to the advantage of not only the owners but their neighbors as well.

Location: Graham

Size: 200+ feet

Build Date: Spring 2015

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Brian’s Tiny

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The unique features of this client designed tiny home immediately caught our attention. Most interesting is the front wall which leans forward to create more internal space without increasing the footprint of the structure. The shed roof also slopes from the front up to the back where a custom made steel welded frame is installed to create a sleeping loft. Brian brought us the trailer and we reinforced the floor system before building the SIPS shell. We also water sealed the building, installed client supplied windows & doors and a new metal roof.

Location: Mobile

Size: 8′-6″ x 12′-0″ (102 sqft)

Build Date: Fall 2016

Designed By: Brian-initial concept, Sam Olson of ABNW-refined design

Friday Harbor Shell

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The residence was designed by the owner, who happens to be an architect, and takes full advantage of the wonderful views. Because this job was on the San Juan Islands the crew stayed near the site for the duration of the build. They worked long days to get the shell out as quickly as possible. A mix of SIP & truss roof with balloon framing up to a second story loft made this an interesting build. The design and build was submitted to the “National Structural Insulated Panel Association” for a Building Excellence Award.

Location: Friday Harbor

Size: 1,875 sqft

Build Date: June 2017

Designed By: RHK + ARCH LLC

Tenino Agricultrural Housing Shell

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This whole project was done in stages as the owner was ready to move forward. She does her own decorative roofing patterns and was really hands-on once the shell was up. We transplanted her tree, formed up and poured the foundation, sub floor, SIP install and interior framing, installed windows and doors and sealed the building with our liquid asphalt product.

Location: Tenino

Size: 24′ x 32′ + 432 sqft loft

Build Date: Summer 2017

Designed By: Sam Olson of ABNW

Tenino Septic Install

 

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A Pressure Sand Infiltration System in Rocky Tenino expertly installed by our very own Cory Brownson.

Location: Tenino

Size: na

Build Date: March 2018

Designed By: R&J Trends LLC

McDonald’s Barn

 

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The McDonalds contacted us to first do some clearing on their property and then to design a country style shop with barn doors and full length covered patio/deck. We did the foundation, SIP install, Hardi siding install, and metal roof & gutters. Mr. McDonald, a craftsman himself, will be completing the remainder of the work including custom barn doors.

Location: Gig Harbor

Size: 40′ x 30′

Build Date: Summer + Winter 2017

Designed By: Sam Olson of ABNW

Condemned House Demo

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This single story residence was destroyed in an electrical fire. We helped them with consultation while dealing with the insurance company, installed a construction entrance and demolished what was left of the existing structure to the foundations.

Location: Sumner

Size: na

Build Date: 2016

Designed By: na

Lay’s Master Bath Addition

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This single family rambler from the 60s was ready to grow up and have a full master suite with it’s own dedicated bathroom. It started with a hand dug foundation in the back and finished with color matched roof and siding. SIPS panels make a perfect positive connection to the old structure for strength and durability. To finish it out the interior is a lively coral color with white fixtures and silver accents.

Location: Lakewood

Size: 100 sqft

Build Date: 2016

Designed By: Sam Olson of ABNW

Remodel In Historic Dupont

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“The Johnson Brothers Store was a community landmark in DuPont for much of the 20th century. The Bavarian Apartments is the site of the original store. This building was one of the first structures erected in the DuPont Historic Village in 1909. Constructed by the DuPont Company, it was leased first to a Mr. Downing to be a store.” Reference Material: “DuPont Heritage Plan, 2014, Pgs. 46-50

We were contracted to renovate one of the ground floor apartments for the owners of the property to live in. First we ripped out the old kitchen and bathroom and lifted the ceiling in the living and master bedroom. The bathroom was completely reconfigured to a more efficient use of space and the W/D moved into the kitchen. Raising the ceilings and opening up the kitchen makes the space feel large despite being less than 1,000 square feet. The entire floor had to be leveled with individually cut floor joists where the old post and beam system was crowning and sagging in multiple directions. The new fresh face of this interior is lively and comfortable and large windows flood the whole place with generous light.

Location: Dupont

Size: 850 sqft

Build Date: Spring/Fall 2017

Designed By: Sam Olson of ABNW