“In anticipation of a large salmon run, we elected to add on to and improve our existing facility. North Star’s enthusiastic and aggressive team approach got the work done well ahead of the deadline and allowed us to transition smoothly into our high volume salmon season.” John Sund, Vice President, Norquest Seafoods
“When we had a fast-track job to do for Norquest Seafoods, North Star Construction was the right Contractor to call for the job. When time is in short supply, experience and a ‘can do” attitude are prerequisites to a successful job. Alan Murph, Murph Engineering
North Star did an excellent job of managing the construction at our remote site in Port Armstrong. Remote sites are always a challenge, and this job needed to be done within a short time frame. The project involved all phases of construction, including a small bridge, large diameter water system, hydro building, and assembly/installation of large aluminum raceways. Steve and his team not only finished the project on schedule—they were also of great assistance in creating solutions to several complex design issues that came up in the course of the project….. good team players. Bart Watson, Chairman of the Board, Armstrong Keta Inc.
“North Star produced a first-rate facility for us inremodeling an old electrical warehouse for our newest Seattle retail store. Moreover, Steve Rottler and his crew got us in a wek ahead of schedule, a tangible benefit for a high volume retail operation such as ours…. We look forward to working with North Star again on future projects” Steve Zimmer, Rodda Paint Company
“North Star made sure that we had what we needed to get the job done for our latest project in Petersburg, Alaska. They were very organized and scheduled other trades accordingly so we could operate effectively”. Victor Winquist, Seattle Refrigeration
“The roofs on our gangways leaked and were high-maintenance. North Star designed and installed new roof structures that perform well and require very little maintenance…..They are a very professional organization.” James Stromdahl, Petersburg Harbor Master