Lake Burien Physical Therapy was a 9000 square foot commercial TI, constructed within the old City of Burien building. It consists of three treatment rooms, a kitchette with laundry, reception, waiting room and a large open floor space.
This project consisted of creating a cedar log handrail and bench over an existing creek and bridge. There are 1” oak dowels glued within the logs for hidden rigidity, as well as custom metal brackets at the intersections. Projects such as this and our Grass Roof Shed will eventually be a part of our future Skógr division of creative wood products. www.Skogr.com
Handrail designed and built by Jeff Earle, with material supplied by Parr Lumber. Bench is courtesy of Country Classic Log and Timber.
Gintz Group Main Office - Tacoma, WA
This office space was a 3000 square foot commercial TI, built on the 2nd floor of the historic Mecca building in downtown Tacoma. Originally built in 1908, this project was a historical restoration as well as a tenant improvement. The conference room wall is exposed original brick, and the beams and posts shown are original old growth fir. Blending old with new, this was a successful project overlooking the Tacoma light rail. Yellowbook now occupies the space as of 2009.
Jeff Earle was working for the Gintz Group during this 2008 build. However since the project was designed and managed by Earle, the project experience is justifiably shown here.
Deck and Handrail - Columbia City, WA
This 300 square foot deck overlooks Seattle. The decking is dip-treated fir (no holes), and the handrail and balusters are of clear fir. Each joint is glued with along with hidden pocketed screws. The pictures shown are shown prior to staining. Metal handrail courtesy of Savvy Interiors.