Chad Fisher Construction specializes in commercial projects around Washington State and the Pacific Northwest. Our comprehensive services have seen us lead projects in a wide range of industries. This includes some notable community projects, which we discuss below.

Our professional team has over 30 years of experience building around Skagit County. We specialize in all areas of commercial construction – from start to finish. This includes site development and pre-construction to equipment installation, renovations, and everything in between.

Thanks to our extensive industry experience, the experts at CFC know exactly what is needed to get the job done. Let’s take a closer look at a few of the community projects that our team has been behind.

With over 40 years of experience in the Pacific Northwest area, we have been the team behind many successful agricultural construction projects. To give you a better idea of how we have served the industry, below are just some of the ones we have worked on over the years. In each case, our team worked meticulously with the respective client from start to finish to get an understanding of their needs and requirements.

Community Projects

Thrive Fitness

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Thrive Fitness, a large gym in Anacortes, Washington, discovered that one-third of their facility was built over unsuitable fill. This caused an issue of differential settlement, which needed to be stabilized in order for the building to remain safe and operational.

They called Chad Fisher Construction to manage this project. The job involved accessing the failing concrete slab and restabilizing the foundation. Helical piling was used to achieve this, along with adjustable brackets and a manual hydraulic pump. A new concrete slab was then poured in.

One challenge faced in this job was that the gym needed to remain operational as per usual throughout construction. This was achieved by building a temporary air and dust barrier partition wall to separate the portion of the building not affected. The team at CFC worked around the clock to make sure that the job was completed on schedule.

In order to speed up the process, we used a special concrete mix. This mix cured rapidly to meet the desired moisture content for fitting the new rubber floor coverings.

Throughout the course of this project, the team at CFC managed to:

  • Allow the fitness center to remain open throughout the course of construction
  • Restore the entire building to a safe and “like new” condition
  • Efficiently fix the issue of unsettlement without impacting the gym’s operations

Throughout the Inventure Foods project, we were able to:

  • Completely remodel the cold storage facility to include a new processing plant
  • Complete construction within the correct time frame provided
  • Create a safe and functional new processing space

Helping Hands Food Bank

Helping-Hands Food Bank Sedro Woolley - Chad-Fisher-Construction

Helping Hands Food Bank Required a brand new location after outgrowing its original premises. Construction of the new facility was managed by the team at Chad Fisher. This involved building a 1939 sqft retail space, a 1048 sqft office space, and a 6513 sqft warehouse space with a loading dock.

The facility was built using a slab on grade foundation with stick-framed walls. This was completed with prefabricated trusses and T1-11 siding over the structural plywood sheeting. The building came out just as beautiful as it is functional.

Throughout this large build, the team at CFC managed to:

  • Deliver all construction under budget
  • Build a highly functional, brand new facility
  • Maintain strong communication with the client every step of the way

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church


With a growing catholic church community in Skagit County, there was a need for a new 700-seater church. The parishioners of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church chose Chad Fisher to be the team behind constructing this project.

The build involved two 47 feet tall entrance towers, complete with bronze domes on top. The new church also utilized the stained glass windows from the original Immaculate Conception church. These were carefully restored and reused to incorporate traditional elements into the new church.

The build also involved a special drainage system to prevent holy water from being dispersed into the city sewer system.

Throughout this build, the team at CFC managed to:

  • Construct a brand new church that keeps in line with traditional elements
  • Remain professional and personable throughout the project
  • Deliver a high-quality and functional new space

Skagit Friendship House

Skagit Friendship House constructed by Chad Fisher Construction

The Skagit Friendship House is a facility designed to help the homeless. This center provides a safe haven for homeless people and offers them meals from a large scale kitchen. Skagit Friendship House contracted Chad Fisher Construction to build its full-service commercial kitchen and dining hall.

This space serves up to 6000 meals per month and was specially designed for high functionality. Throughout the course of this project, the team at CFC managed to:

  • Complete all construction within 120 days, allowing the shelter to open up just before Christmas
  • Provide a new functional and safe haven for homeless individuals

Looking For Community Commercial Construction?

If you are based around the Pacific Northwest then Chad Fisher Construction is the name to call for your community construction project. With over 30 years of industry-leading experience, our team knows exactly how to approach any project.