Are you a cut above the rest?

We build and remodel one-of-a-kind custom homes and commercial spaces from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho to South Hill in Spokane. Our craftsmen are some of the finest around. Do you have what it takes to join our team? From our concrete crew to our trim carpenters and everyone in between, we’re seeking individuals who take pride in their work; individuals who assign as much importance to aligning concrete forms as they do to placing window trim; individuals who care about quality, accuracy and cleanliness and treat every job as if it was their own. 

If you think you’re a good match, whether you’re an apprentice who is motivated to learn to a journeyman whose production is at the highest level, check out the positions below and, if interested, complete our online application or stop by our office to pick up an application.

We are pleased to provide steady work, competitive wages and benefits to our valued crew.

Concrete Foundation Workers and Finishers

January 2018 | Press

Our concrete foundation workers and finishers build, set and align forms for various concrete structures and foundations in the North Idaho, Spokane, and Eastern Washington area. They are also involved in placing wire mesh, occasionally preparing, placing and pouring appropriate sand and cement mixtures and rough levelling of concrete. They bend, form, tie and install rebar. They spread, level and smooth concrete using rakes, shovels and trowels. They apply fine concrete finishes by...
Foundation of a lakeside house

Framing and Siding Carpenters

January 2018 | Press

Framing and siding carpenters precisely measure, cut and assemble the framing lumber needed to build residential and commercial buildings around North Idaho, Spokane, and Eastern Washington Area. They construct what becomes the framework for the rest of the building and may be involved in other components needed throughout the job. Blueprints typically guide framing and siding carpenters in constructing the project. Since most of the work is outdoors, they are able to withstand extreme weather...
Unfinished wooden trusses

Trim Carpenters

January 2018 | Press

Trim carpenters, also known as finish carpenters, install and repair casing, baseboard and crown moulding, in addition to hanging doors and handling stair work. The position is physically demanding, requiring trim carpenters to bend, kneel, lift, carry, climb and stand for long periods of time. Some finish work is outdoors requiring trim carpenters to perform under all types of weather conditions. You may also be required to drive anywhere in North Idaho, Spokane, and the Eastern Washington...
Shadow of construction worker on wooden background