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Michael A Moore

Harrison Medical CenterIt’s been a year since opened its new 24/7 Urgent Care facility in the 36,000 square foot expansion to South Kitsap Medical Campus in Port Orchard.

The visually striking building with its two story curving glass-fronted atrium connects seamlessly to the original 33,000 sq.ft. gray block building and gives the South Kitsap Medical Campus an exciting new look.

What few people realize is that the expansion of South Kitsap Medical Campus became an experiment in asset allocation read more »

 
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Jon Brenton’s Most Excellent Hong Kong Concrete Adventure

KPBJ Cover 2301: JB Concrete Construction works job in ChinaIt all started with a phone call. Jon Brenton, owner of Kingston-based JB Concrete Construction, saw that longtime client Scott Allen, a principal of star Seattle architects Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen, was calling. Probably wanted Jon to take a look at a new project in Kitsap County.

He was half right. Allen wanted Brenton to take a look at doing a new project all right.

In Hong Kong. China. Way out of JB Concrete’s normal territory, which does not extend much past Bainbridge Island.

Brenton, working with concrete since he was 17, has a reputation for quality work and straight talk business that has made him the go-to concrete guy for top Seattle area builders and architects, including Fairbank Construction and Allen’s firm. read more »

 

Fairbank Construction ProjectsHigh end homebuilders have run into tough times since the economic perfect storm hit last year, and Fairbank Construction Company is no exception. The Bainbridge Island builder, best known for the construction of multi-million dollar trophy homes for discriminating clients and architects, has been kept moving forward by two lesser known divisions of the thirty year old firm.

“We have had our share of high dollar residential projects put on hold or canceled. But our Fairbank Special Services and Fairbank Commercial divisions are going stronger than ever. read more »

 

Bainbridge Island based Kirkpatrick Architects and Toilsome Construction have finished work on a new corporate headquarters and main branch for Bainbridge’s American Marine Bank. read more »

 
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