Chad Fisher has been a part of the construction industry for as long as he can remember, helping his father build the family business from the ground up. He learned the value of hard work, honesty, integrity and to follow through with what you promised to deliver, no exceptions. In 1976, Chad graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Construction Management. He returned to the family business and helped build the company into one of the leading construction firms in the Northwest. The firm exceeded $100 million in volume annually, erecting commercial and industrial buildings in ten states and Canada. Chad became President of the company and was selected the Skagit County “Business Person of the Year” in 2003, highlighting his role as a leader in the community.
Chad Fisher Construction is Chad’s dream becoming a reality. He now has the personal fulfillment of passing his expertise and experiences onto the next generation, his two sons, Dan and Duke, while drawing on their knowledge of and dedication to the construction industry. Although not ready to retire anytime soon, Chad looks forward to seeing the next generation gradually take over the company and continue with his commitment to serve the construction needs of the Pacific Northwest.
Chad Fisher has been helping shape the future of successful companies and organizations in the Northwest all his life. Theconstruction business has been his life’s passion for his father raised him in the business, teaching him the importance of honesty and integrity.
His exceptional leadership on the project goes beyond his work. Building community through service is a big part of Chad’s life. He has been a leader in this community and involved in many organizations. Chad firmly believes in the importance of ensuring a better quality of life for others and passing on common values that he has learned for future generations.
Chad also carries on the family tradition of exceptional service with his sons Dan and Duke Fisher on the team. Dan and Duke bring their own passion to the company with their experience, vitality and like dedication to the customer.
| Selected Projects:
- Josephine Sunset Home, Stanwood, WA (130,000 sq. ft.)
- Alf Christianson Seed, Burlington, WA (110,000 sq. ft.)
- Fed-Ex Ground, Burlington, WA (60,000 sq. ft.)
- Janicki Industries, Sedro Woolley, WA (56,000 sq. ft.)
- Church of Ladder Day Saints, Multiple Loc., WA (50,000 sq. ft.)
- Dri-Eaz, Burlington, WA (46,000 sq. ft.)
- Camping World, Burlington, WA (39,000 sq. ft.)
|Dan Fisher has been working in the construction industry for 20 years and been part of CFC since May, 2010. He attended Washington State University where he studied construction. Dan has worked with United Rentals in Skagit, Whatcom and Snohomish Counties and was a Branch Manager from 2007 to 2010. Dan also worked as a carpenter/foreman for Spane Buildings in 2005. Dan began his construction career with Fisher & Sons as an equipment operator and craft worker.
- Janicki Industries, Punkin Center Warehouse, Hamilton, WA. (45,000 sq.ft.)
- Alf Christianson Seed Office Building, Burlington, WA. (14,000 sq. ft.)
- Janicki Industries, Clean Room, Hamilton, WA. (9,600 sq.ft.)
|Duke Fisher has been working in the construction industry for 16 years and with CFC since May, 2011. He has a bachelors degree he earned from Washington State University in Construction Management in 2007. Duke worked for Dick Anderson Construction as a project manager from 2009 – 2011. He began that experience as an assistant project manager in 2007. Duke began working for Fisher & Sons Construction back in 1998 and has worked as an intern project engineer, equipment operator and craft worker.
- Benson Medical Clinic, Mount Vernon WA (2500 sq. ft. Tenant Improvement)
- Skyline Marine Center, Anacortes WA (Exterior Tenant Improvement of existing 6000 sq. ft. marine facility)
- Mount Vernon Venture Addition & Tenant Improvement, Mount Vernon WA (6700 sq. ft. Addition, 9000 sq. ft. Tenant Improvement)
- Friendship House Community Kitchen, Mount Vernon WA (2200 sq. ft. Commercial Kitchen & Cafeteria)
- Rachelsea Ranch Mechanic Shop, Sunnyside WA (4000 sq. ft. Mechanic Shop)
- Skagit Animal Clinic, Burlington WA (Veterinary Clinic Tenant Improvement)
- Skagit Regional Clinics-Urology Clinic Alterations
- WSU Extension (Greenhouse Project)
- Montana State Fund Office Building, Helena, MT, (115,000 sq. ft.)
- 15th Street Parking Garage, Helena, MT (376 stalls)
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