While it’s true that we often work on jobs of some scale, clients are often surprised to learn that we are somewhat scale-and budget-agnostic. Meaning that we apply the same level of attention, craft, precision and service to every project–big or small.
"If I needed to remodel a harpsichord, from the inside, while someone was playing it, it would be with Krekow Jennings."
We’ve built a lakeside house that required temporary rerouting, rebuilding and reinstating a natural salmon-bearing stream running through the basement with virtually no construction access to the site other than from the lake itself.
From our Seattle base, we’ve built and managed projects as far flung as Hong Kong and France.
We have researched, resourced and worked with materials and artisans from Canada, England, Wales, France, Italy, Tunisia, China, Japan, Mexico, Croatia, Argentina, Hong Kong, Ukraine, Samoa, Ireland, Germany and Russia.
We’ve had as many as 275 people on one project at a time.
We’ve moved 12,000 cubic yards of dirt for a single project.
We’ve built a 50,000-square-foot single-family residence.
We’ve built a two-story powder room in the shape of a beehive, constructed of stone.
We’ve poured 2,400 cubic yards of concrete for one residence.
We’ve built a 200,000-gallon artificial pond and stream system with over 60 feet of elevation change and two waterfalls between the upper and lower ponds.
We’ve renovated a 35,000-square-foot historic residence requiring the reconstruction of all finish materials in the same way as was done in 1908, when the residence was originally built.
We’ve crafted numerous residential structures with fully operable and opening roofs or walls or both.
We’ve built and installed a 16-foot-tall by 8-foot-wide front door to a house.
We’ve replaced 10,000 square feet of glazing in 789 window units on one residence over the course of a three-year period, while performing the work only when the owner was not at home.
We’ve installed a 120-foot-tall, monopole wind turbine.
We’ve built a 25,000-square-foot guest residence with a 24,000-gallon indoor pool and a 95,000-gallon outdoor pool.
We’ve built an underground, cast-in-place concrete 24-car garage in the shape of a cycloid.
We’ve constructed a 60-foot-long by 20-foot-high window wall with the entire assembly able to pivot open.
We restored 3,000 square feet of fish spawning habitat after removing 200 truck loads of rock and fill, 139 tons of creosote from a bulkhead and dock, and then planting 1,600 native trees and shrubs.
We’ve temporarily rerouted, then reinstalled a 12-inch city sewer main that served an entire neighborhood, under the foundation of a new house we built.
We’ve installed a two-lane PBA-certified bowling alley in a home.
We’ve engineered and built a James Turrell Skyspace, including an 11-foot by 7-foot hydraulically operated elliptical dome, articulated to lift up and over the roof opening.
We’ve built out the interiors of two custom penthouse condominiums concurrently, in a tower that had no freight elevator.