“We have worked with Tapio Construction on a number of projects on the farm, mostly on historic buildings, but some that were not. There use superb craftsmanship and truly understand the sensitive nature of working on historic buildings – inlcuding three of ours which are on the National Register of Historic Buildings.

They particularly have expertise in pole building construction and restoration. They are good listeners to our needs, but have the skills and understanding to help us do the job correctly the first time. Great company, great people!”

- Bob Brink, Executive Director

“Tapio Construction has carried out a number of projects for me in recent years on our commercial property. I have found their approach both dynamic and innovative, always ready to help with new ideas and a hands-on knowledge and advice.

Tapio Construction, always provides continuous updates with a focus on customer service ensuring dialogue exists at all times, this is extremely important when dealing with deadlines and expectations.

The quality of the workmanship is of a very high standard and it is clear to see they only use the very best tradesman.

I have no hesitation in recommending – John and his team in completing a wide range of services.”

- Frank Schlaht, Centralia, WA

To whom it may concern,

Crosslands Construction has had the pleasure of working with Tapio Construction on the construction of a new Applebee’s Grill and Bar in Salmon Creek Washington. They were contracted to do all the building foundations, slabs, site concrete and utility installations. From competitive pricing, professionalism, and quality workmanship, they proved to us that these attributes are not a thing of the past. They worked well into our tight schedule and actually cared. I look forward to working with them again, when we are in the area. I strongly recommend Tapio Construction.

- Keith Bonds, Project Manager

Having Tapio on my projects is great!  They do what they say they are going to do and are a proactive teammate at solving problems quickly.

- Kyle Herbel, Portland, OR