Thursday, December 30, 2010
Monday, December 20, 2010
The PHC team would like to say a special thank you to our suppliers, subcontractors, and of course our fabulous clients. Thank you all for a wonderful year! We would also like to extend our warmest holiday wishes and we look forward to another great year in 2011!
Monday, December 13, 2010
Drawn from a pool of more than 75 nominees, the Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal selected PHC's Clayton Lynch as one of this years “40 Under Forty”. This very special group was selected based on their career success, community involvement, and personal commitment to making a difference in our community.
James Clayton Lynch
Project Manager, PHC Construction
PHC Construction is a mid-size general contractor specializing in sustainable commercial buildings. James’ father was a construction superintendent, and as a youngster he would accompany him to various jobs. He collected scrap materials and used them to construct tree houses of his own design. After high school he enrolled in the Carpenters Union Apprentice program, and 3 years later joined the firm his dad worked for, Drury Construction. James is proud of quickly responding to an emergency at Martha and Mary, when a fire sprinkler malfunctioned. It was December — cold, wet, miserable, and almost Christmas. He recruited an emergency crew and, working over the Christmas holiday, had the room safe, warm, and ready for the staff and students returning after the holiday. People would never suspect James is a singing star — in the shower — or that a jokester resides under his gruff exterior. His community service includes actively involvement with the Carpenters Journeyman Apprenticeship Program, serving as a past board member, and volunteering with Martha and Mary.
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PHC Construction has become affiliated with Butler Manufacturing as a Butler Builder®. The full-service construction company will pursue projects in a primary trade area extending from West Sound across the Olympic Peninsula, throughout Kitsap, Clallam, Jefferson, Grays Harbor and Mason counties.
PHC president Marty Sievertson foresees exceptional opportunities for PHC Construction in the Butler Builder affiliation. “Butler offers a new paradigm for the metal building industry,” remarked Sievertson. “Their product fits together with such high precision that we can provide an outstanding building in a significantly reduced construction time frame.”
The economies, speed of construction and low-maintenance of “systems” buildings have steadily increased the use of metal building systems for private, government and institutional projects. PHC Construction will now customize and supply Butler’s variety of fully integrated steel structural, metal roof and wall panel systems. The panel systems can enclose an entire building or combine with other wall materials.
Systems are well suited for projects designed and built in accord with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program administered by the U S Green Building Council. PHC Construction has a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP) on staff and intends to specialize in the high-performance design and construction standards that produce healthier, more energy efficient buildings. PHC Construction is currently involved with the seven buildings comprising the Island Gateway commercial development, all of which are designed and will be built to LEED criteria. PHC’s new office, once a truck maintenance facility, was refurbished and built to LEED Gold standards.
PHC will also supply Butler’s standing seam metal system for its wide variety of construction projects. PHC recently installed the roofing system on the new Kid’s Discovery Museum on Bainbridge Island. The patented standing seam metal roof system, widely noted for exceptional weathertightness, was introduced by Butler in 1969 and has been used on projects in all climates throughout the world.
PHC Construction is presently planning a 16,000 square foot office building in Kitsap County that will be constructed using Butler’s steel framing and panel systems.
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Designed to inspire.
Step into the new art museum and savor the work of local artists. Take the kids to have fun and learn in the all-new Kid's Discovery Museum. Stroll through the verdant native gardens. Enjoy the shops. Linger in the cafe. Take a photo of the "Living Wall" – you've probably never seen anything like it. Feel that sense of integrity? That's because this new Bainbridge Island treasure, constructed by PHC, uses superior building materials and meets exceptional green standards. It's a model of sustainability that is already earning accolades.