Carpenters

carpenter   ·   [/kahr-puh n-ter/] n.   ·   mid 14c., from labor (v.)

A skilled tradesman with specific knowledge, skill and ability to cut, shape and install wood, light gauge steel and concrete common in construction projects.

Carpenter

The Art of the Craft

“A life dedicated to perfecting one’s craft, through work that engages the hands and mind, nourishes the human spirit and yields deep personal satisfaction.” Attribution: Miguel Gómez-Ibáñez

Kenny Gragg

Carpenter Superintendent

Concrete Formwork, Embedment, Placement, Finishing & Curing   View
Precision Grouting   View
Concrete Cutting & Coring   View
 
 
 
Interior Framing & Finishing   View
Door, Window, Louver & Framing Installation   View
Light Gauge & Mild Steel Welding   View
 
 
 

Affiliations & Credentials

American Concrete Institute Alliance Safety Council Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association International Code Council National Safety Council National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies Scaffold & Access Industry Association United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local Union 1445 BROWZ Contractor Management Services, Prequalification & Screening BROWZ Contractor Management Services, Prequalification & Screening Member ISNetWorld Mechanical Contractors Association of America SMI Safety

Carpenters Projects

A sample of our crafts in the field

 

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