Another Satisfied Client – Edible Arrangements

Redhawk recently completed a small tenant improvement job for Edible Arrangements in downtown Seattle. The project is located in the historic Securities Building on 3rd Avenue. Complexities with the old building structure, originally built in the early 1900’s, came into play during construction; but we made quick decisions and adjustments to move freely within the space.

“There were times when we went above and beyond what was expected of us because that is what we do at Redhawk”, says Ken Desrosier, Redhawk Superintendent. Ken was the lead on this project and his efforts did not go unnoticed. The Owner was more than satisfied with our level of workmanship, our efforts and our dedication to their needs.

After completion of the project, the Edible Arrangements team sent our office an edible arrangement and a special present for Ken. “The fruits of your labor have made our grand opening a sweet success”.

Ready---Fruit-Basket

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