Nelson Lumber Construction announces its General Manager, Gary Nelson, has successfully completed his term as the President of the Board of Directors of Skagit Habitat for Humanity. During his term, SHH continued the development of 11 affordable new homes in the Southerland Development project. Gary will continue to serve as a Member of the Board of […]
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Nelson Lumber Construction was awarded the 2019 Quiet Award as part of the William F. Brown Awards for significant contribution to historical preservation in Everett, Washington. The award was granted for the rehabilitation of the protected property at 2108 Rucker. The historic home was renovated down to the foundation and studs while preserving its architectural […]
Nelson Lumber Construction announces a new contract with Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. The project will be focused an major capital improvement and historic rehabilitation to The Lodge Building which Nelson Lumber Construction built as the original general contractor in 1977. Originally designed by Seattle architect Tom Bosworth (Bosworth Hoedemaker), the building was recognized […]
Nelson Lumber Construction was awarded the 2018 Monte Cristo Award for Rejuvenation and Transformation of a historic property in Everett. The award was for the rehabilitation of the historic Hilzinger Home which had been vacant and blighted for nearly 20 years in North Everett’s Bayside neighborhood. The rehabilitation preserved the home’s architectural integrity while enhancing […]
Gary Nelson named President of the Board of Director for Skagit Habitat for Humanity. Funded by private donations and staffed by volunteers, SHH is a national NGO focused on proving affordable housing for individuals and families through new home construction using volunteers. Gary brings over 40 years of experience in custom and affordable home construction, […]
Nelson Lumber and Construction was the subject an in depth article on the historic rehabilitation of a listed and protected home in Rucker Hill in North Everett. The home was converted to eight apartments while maintaining its architectural design and enhancing its original beauty. Read more on the full transformation here.
As we get ready to welcome artists for the first session of the Summer, maintenance supervisor Richard Nisonger and his team has been hard at work preparing the campus. He tells us a little about what he’s been up to. Pilchuck: Tell us about when you first came to Pilchuck. Richard Nisonger: In the fall of […]
“NOTHING ORDINARY about Breta Malcolm. She’s wearing a long apron smeared with blues, whites, greens and oranges when she ratchets open the door to her weather-stained La Conner home. And there it is behind her — the extraordinary: a magnificent 9-foot-tall Guy Anderson painting of Icarus tumbling. The piece fills the wall, looking like it […]
Throughout it’s history, Nelson Lumber Construction has lent to the beautiful history of La Conner, WA Near the water in the Downtown Historic District you are bound to come across additions to the communities growing history by Nelson LC. Read the Walking La Conner guide from 1997!
“A distinguished jury has selected ten recent projects by Washington architects for design excellence, announced at the AIA Seattle 1996 Awards for Washington Architecture presentation on October 28 at Meany Theater on the University of Washington Campus. Jerry Finrow, Dean of the University of Washington College of Architecture and Urban Planning, moderated the 45th annual […]