Two Mixed-Use Apartment Openings!

Redhawk Group has recently completed the construction of two multi-use apartment complexes in the greater Seattle area. The 1711 12th Ave project sits in the heart of Capitol Hill with views of downtown and the 509 1st Ave project stands in the historic Queen Anne neighborhood within walking distance to the needle and Key Arena. … Read more

North Bend Bartell Drugs Opening!

The newly constructed North Bend Bartell Drugs is complete! It was a crisp, sunny day for the Grand Opening ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Bartell Drugs located in North Bend, WA. Local media, North Bend Chamber of Commerce members, North Bend Mayor Kenneth Hearing, local City Councilmembers, landlords of the property, Tom and Elizabeth … Read more

Redhawk Interview – ABC’s Construction Executive Magazine

Steve Klimek, Redhawk Group Principal, was recently interviewed for an article in the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC), Construction Executive magazine. In the article Klimek discusses the changes in the urban market and the construction of mixed-use buildings, post-recession. “Most of these projects don’t have the typical layout of apartments on top and shops on … Read more

Blue Book GC Event

Redhawk attended the Blue Book Network GC Showcase last night at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center. The Blue Book Network has one goal in mind; to bring the commercial construction industry together. This is a yearly event put on by the local Blue Book chapter and it’s primary goal is to help industry people network and … Read more

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 … Read more

Redhawk Office Flood

The Seattle weather got the best of us. Early on the morning of December 3rd, we discovered that our office had been flooded. The previous night’s rainy activity had found it’s way into our building and eventually into our lobby, kitchen, a few offices and our conference room. After speaking to a City of Seattle … Read more